You Are My Everlovin’ was Flynt’s first published musical work, recorded live in a lower Manhattan loft in 1981. Featuring solo electric violin and ..(read more)
American avant-garde playwright and theater director Richard Foreman founded the Ontological-Hysteric Theater in 1968, and for years the theater performed his p..(read more)
Explores the groundbreaking representation of the body in experimental films of the 1960s and 1970s. Focusing on sexually explicit films by Andy Warhol, Barbara..(read more)
Jimmy Lyons’ first outing as a leader (recorded in Paris on August 15, 1969). Lyons (alto sax) with Lester Bowie (trumpet), Alan Silva (bass) and Andrew C..(read more)
Performed by Stephane Ginsburgh: Palais de Mari for piano / Intermission 6 for two pianos / Last Pieces for piano. From Sub Rosa’s Unclassical series.
“I have noticed something else about Christian Wolff’s music. All you can do is suddenly listen – in the same way that, when you catch cold, a..(read more)
Recorded September 2000 in various locations as part of the High Zero Festival in Baltimore. Joe McPhee – tenor with Jack Wright, Ian Nagoski, Michael Joh..(read more)
The delirious, drunken curves of Katt Hernandez’s microtonal fiddle playing were one of the best surprises of Baltimore’s world famous festival High..(read more)