The London based improviser, guitarist, composer and instrument builder Moshi Honen gives An Hour an exclusive live improvised mix-set of his latest and most interesting recordings.
Ophir Ilzetzki goes into a detailed cultural analysis of Akeda (sacrifice), the highly political oratorio written between 1981 and 1982 and only premiered last year (!), portraying a narrative of the Israeli history by Israel’s foremost composer, Arie Shpira.
Vancouver-based Peppermill Records is not your typical record label. First off, they’re a net-label…
My Castle of Quiet ————- Ghost Moth Haunt the Castle; Live Session 11th November 2009 —————– When you’re already in a dance with noise and free improvisation, the Kosmische is less than one membranous step away.