City Farm Presents x Boom Collective
Tickets on sale Friday, April 12 at 10am
TUESDAY, AUGUST 06, 2019
7:00PM Doors / 8:00PM Show
RAIN OR SHINE
$18 ADV / $22 Day of Show
General Admission - Standing
Industry City Courtyard 1/2
(Food Hall Entrance)
238 36th Street,
Brooklyn, NY 11232
Performance with Moor Mother at Bric, in Brooklyn NY.
Irreversible Entanglements, Amina Claudine Myers,Nicole Mitchell
From Copenhagen to Brooklyn, the “revolutionary" (Shadowproof) free jazz collective Irreversible Entanglements has shared its message of liberation, starting with its first appearance at a Musicians March Against Police Brutality in New York City in early 2015. Comprised of mesmerizing vocalist Camae Ayewa (a.k.a. Moor Mother) – whose searing poetic narrations of Black trauma, survival and power drive each work, alto saxophonist Keir Neuringer, trumpeter Aquiles Navarro, double bassist Luke Stewart and Tcheser Holmes on drums, this quintet will join forces for a unique evening of music-making with two equally powerful artists: Legendary pianist/vocalist/improviser Amina Claudine Myers, a member of the Association for the AACM - Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians since 1966; and the "furiously inventive" (Los Angeles Times) composer/flutist Nicole Mitchell. A member of the AACM since 1965, her influences are multi-dimensional, across generations and genres. She received a 2011 Herb Alpert Award in the Arts, and has been named “the most important jazz flutist of her generation" (All About Jazz).
An arresting display of sonic improvisation and expressive poetry from ‘liberation-minded free jazz collective’ Irreversible Entanglements.
The quintet makes music that looks to the past for influence but is not constrained by tradition. All participants in the free jazz continuum, their playing is both urgent and unpredictable – compositions and improvisations build and undulate, taking the listener into unexpected sonic locations. The tone of each piece is driven by Camae Ayewa aka Moor Mother’s fiery poetic narrations of Black trauma, survival and strength. The result is music that is powerful and beautiful – jazz music with a message and a purpose.
Irreversible Entanglements were formed in 2015 to play at a Musicians Against Police Brutality event in NYC, beginning as a trio and expanding to a five-piece for recording at Brooklyn’s Seizure’s Palace in August of that same year, which resulted in their self-titled debut album.
Live set with David Marston. At Zone One Elswhere.
└ Ma Sha
└ └ Photay (DJ Set)
└└└ David Marston & Aquiles Navarro
└└└└ Joyce Tang (Smart Moves for the Stiff Mind)
Free entrance before midnight with RSVP
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Quantic residency with xxxy plus The Funky Seshwa
Good Room presents...
Quantic Music Residency with
special guest xxxy
The Funky Seshwa in the Bad Room
Quincy Nicholson (Claireaudience)
Markis Black on Keys (Roy Ayers Band)
& Aquiles Navarro on Trumpet
+ Special Guests
Tickets - $10 first release / $15 second release / $20 at the door
The New Experience - Music Series Kickoff at Hart Bar
The New Experience is a music series sponsored by New Revolution Arts that will take place at Hart Bar in Bushwick, Brooklyn. It's aimed at giving audience members something each night that they have not experienced before. It will feature a variety of experimental and improvised music as well as edgy or avant-rock, hip hop, or punk, and then finish the night with a DJ. Some events may include other kinds of art forms that help push the New Experience into other sensory realms. Please come out for an incredible night of music, art, and fellowship in the community.
8 pm--Doors Open
9 pm--Aquiles Navarro-Tcheser Holmes Duo
9:45 pm--Anteloper (Jaimie Branch & Jason Nazary)
10:30 pm--Dismal Stars (led by Nathan Aguilar, formerly of the Cults)
11:15 pm--DJ Lucas Walters
538 Hart Street
$10 general admission
$7 students, seniors, or artists who have worked with our organization before
$7 for anyone who arrives before 8:30 pm
The New Experience is a music series funded in part by New Revolution Arts, Inc., a 501c3 organization.
Performing with the Irreversible Quartet
December 7 | $15 Admission
7:30pm Poet Patricia Spears Jones / Luke Stewart
8:00pm Irreversible Quartet - Keir Neuringer, Aquiles Navarro, Tcheser Holmes, Luke Stewart
Arts for Art presents a weekend FreeJazz Residency at the Weeksville Heritage Center, featuring performances by Irreversible Quartet & poet Patricia Spears Jones on December 7, and In Order to Survive & poet Tracie Morris on December 8.
In the early 20th century, Bed-Stuy and Crown Heights welcomed a new wave of black residents making these black enclaves stand out cultural strongholds, with music integrated into every aspect of community life. A remarkable number of jazz musicians were nurtured and schooled in these neighborhoods. So much so, that by mid-century, the number of local jazz venues in Central Brooklyn had outdistanced the number in Harlem. In 2015, Weeksville unveiled 'Lost Jazz Shrines of Brooklyn: the Weeksville Collection', an exhibit that celebrated the spirited, liberating force of jazz that took root in Central Brooklyn between the 1930s and 1960s. Weeksville and Arts for Art are elated to continue amplifying this history.
Irreversible Quartet is the instrumental formation of Irreversible Entanglements, a free jazz + poetry quintet whose 2017 debut recording rocked the year-end lists of Wire Magazine, NPR, The Quietus, Stereogum and a host of others. The Quartet, featuring Keir Neuringer on saxophone, Aquiles Navarro on trumpet, Luke Stewart on bass, and Tcheser Holmes on drums, reps scenes in Philadelphia, New York, and DC. Tapping into key legacies in creative Black music in the US, their work has been described as “a kinetic bubbling over of collective political and spiritual energy” (Liz Pelly, Shadowproof). They bring an intensity and determination honed by a string of milestones garnered by their main project, Irreversible Entanglements (featuring poet/musician Camae Ayewa a/k/a Moor Mother)
Patricia Spears Jones
Born and raised in Forrest City, Arkansas, longtime resident of New York City, poet Patricia Spears Jones is a cultural maven.. Art and music inform her poems, and she offers portraits of individuals in transit, engaging themes of class and social change with wry perception. In 2017 she was awarded the Jackson Poetry Prize, one of the most prestigious awards for American poets.
21. Festiwal Jazz Jantar / www.jazzjantar.pl
8.11.2018 / G.19.00
IRREVERSIBLE ENTANGLEMENTS / Avant Days
JOSEF LEIMBERG / ASTRAL PROGRESSIONS / All That Jazz / pierwszy raz w Polsce
Ceny biletów podane są na końcu tekstu. Bilety obejmują 2 koncerty danego dnia. Ostatni dzień sprzedaży I puli: 30 września 2018.
Zarezerwowane bilety są sprzedawane w cenie obowiązującej w dniu faktycznego wykupienia zarezerwowanych biletów.
A Celebration of Sound. 8-11 November in the picturesque city of Utrecht, Netherlands.
Le Guess Who? 2018 features programs curated by Asia Argento, Devendra Banhart, Moor Mother and Shabaka Hutchings.
With performances by a.o. Art Ensemble of Chicago, The Breeders, Anoushka Shankar, Sons of Kemet, Vashti Bunyan, Ebo Taylor, Mudhoney, Kojey Radical, Serpentwithfeet, Hailu Mergia, Beverly Glenn-Copeland, Kikagaku Moyo, and many more.
All info, line-up and tickets via www.leguesswho.com.
"Eclectic and probing" – New York Times
"Le Guess Who? remains the most diverse, open and inspiring festival out there" – The Line of Best Fit
"Dazed, happy, we leave reminded that there are music festivals, and then there is Le Guess Who?" – MOJO Magazine
// FR //
Probablement le label de jazz le plus excitant de ces deux dernières années ! Basé à Chicago, International Anthem sort pépite sur pépite. Entre free jazz engagé, hiphop et soul, les artistes phares du label investissent pendant deux jours le New Morning; le tout sous la bienveillance des dj set de l’incontournable Lexus Blondin (TRC) !
5 NOVEMBRE 2018
BEN LaMAR GAY
6 NOVEMBRE 2018
JAIMIE BRANCH'S FLY OR DIE
// EN //
We at International Anthem are proud to work with our friends from 3 Pom Prod & Total Refreshment Centre to present our 1st ever showcase in Paris, France, on the 5th & 6th of November at legendary jazz hub New Morning.
By a nice stroke of fortune, a whole bunch of our label family happen to be free in Central Europe for the beginning of November, making this stacked, 2 nights showcase at New Morning - which is not only a first for International Anthem, but also a Paris debut for Jaimie Branch's Fly or Die, Irreversible Entanglements, and Ben LaMar Gay - possible.
5TH OF NOVEMBER
BEN LaMAR GAY
6TH OF NOVEMBER
JAIMIE BRANCH'S FLY OR DIE
➡ Prevendite biglietti presso Gabbia Dischi via Dante 8, Padova!
Camae Ayewa (voce)
Keir Neuringer (sax)
Aquiles Navarro (tromba)
Luke Stewart (contrabbasso)
Tcheser Holmes (batteria)
in collaborazione col Centro d'Arte dell’Università di Padova
Quintetto votato al free jazz, gli Irreversible Entanglements si sono formati nel 2015, anno in cui registrarono anche il primo album omonimo (uscito poi nel 2017). A portare assieme il sassofonista Keir Neuringer, la poetessa Camae Ayewa e il bassista Luke Stewart fu un’esibizione per un evento di protesta contro la violenza della polizia statunitense. Poco dopo a questo nucleo si aggiunsero il trombettista Aquiles Navarro e il batterista Tcheser Holmes (anche loro presenti nel cast dell’evento Musicians Against Police Brutality).
Quello che si ascolta sul loro Cd è appunto il primo incontro del quintetto, senza alcun rodaggio o prova precedente. Ne è sortita una musica infuocata e decisamente plasmata sulla libera improvvisazione, per quanto si riconosca una chiara linea guida del flusso sonoro: le parole di Camae Ayewa, ispirate alle più traumatiche esperienze dei neri.
La formula con la musica che sostiene la parola declamata su temi di pressante attualità legati alla discriminazione verso la comunità afroamericana ha una sua storia ben radicata nella black music, da Gil Scott-Heron ad Amiri Baraka. Gli Irreversible Entanglements rinnovano questa tradizione riappropriandosi del linguaggio della new thing, innestandolo con l’eloquio dei fiati dello spiritual jazz anni Settanta e con scansioni ritmiche prossime al blues e all’hip hop.
Irreversible Entanglements (feat. Moor Mother)
Organisatie KAAP & De Zwerver
Moor Mother (vocals), Keir Neuringer (sax), Luke Stewart (bas), Aquiles Navarro (trompet), Tcheser Holmes (drums)
De politiek geëngageerde dichter/muzikante Moor Mother (echte naam: Camae Ayewa) is volgens The Wire ‘the most radical Afrofuturist artist to emerge for years’. De kiem van haar band Irreversible Entanglements werd gelegd tijdens ‘Musicians Against Police Brutality’, een protestactie naar aanleiding van de dood van de Afro-Amerikaan Akai Gurley, neergeschoten door de politie van New York. Het vorig jaar verschenen debuutalbum is zonder twijfel één van de meest relevante jazz-releases van 2017. Jazz, improvisatie, spoken word en politiek getinte teksten zorgen voor een mokerslag van jewelste. Het moderne, muzikale equivalent van de Black Lives Matter-beweging.
> Zwerverpaz: €11 (mailen naar email@example.com om te reserveren)
Irreversible Entanglements / Moor Mother & Roscoe Mitchell / jaimie branch / Art Ensemble of Chicago
Irreversible Entanglements / Moor Mother & Roscoe Mitchell / jaimie branch / Art Ensemble of Chicago
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Irreversibe Entanglements at Brighton Alternative Jazz Festival 2018
Brighton Alternative Jazz Festival 2018 Edition
St Luke's Church, Queen's Park, Brighton / Sat 13th October 2018
1500 - 2230 / Unreserved Pew Seating / Fully Licensed Bar
Tickets available here: bit.ly/bajf2018
or in person from Resident Brighton
The Brighton Alternative Jazz Festival’s main event is on Saturday October 13th – an all-day event in St Luke’s Church featuring six unique performances by artists from the UK, Europe and the US.
Making a rare UK appearance, Philadelphia’s IRREVERSIBLE ENTANGLEMENTS will provide an uncompromising mix of free-jazz and the poetry of Camae Ayewa (aka Moor Mother).
German tenor-terror PETER BROTZMANN will reconvene with brutal Swiss rhythm section Marino Pliakas (bass guitar) and Michael Wertmüller (drums) as Full Blast.
Young British trumpeter Laura Jurd will lead her band DINOSAUR, also featuring Elliot Galvin (synths), Ruth Goller (bass) and Seb Rochford (drums).
Manchester-based pianist ADAM FAIRHALL will perform a piano solo.
UK-based improvisers David Birchall (guitar), Andrew Cheetham (drums), Julie Kjær (flute) and Hannah Marshall (cello) will perform as a quartet specially commissioned by Brighton Alternative Jazz Festival.
From New York, heavyweight pianist MATTHEW SHIPP will play a duet with his longstanding partner in music, Brazilian saxophonist, Ivo Perelman.
An unforgettable day awaits, grab your tickets here:
BRIGHTON ALTERNATIVE JAZZ FESTIVAL // OCTOBER 2018
Thurs 4th Oct: Trevor Watts + Veryan Weston // Entropi // In Threads
Sun 7th + Mon 8th Oct: Terry Riley // Mésange
Sat 13th Oct:
Peter Brötzmann & Full Blast
Matthew Shipp & Ivo Perelman
Laura Jurd’s Dinosaur
David Birchall/Andrew Cheetham/Julie Kjær/Hannah Marshall
Sat 20th Oct: Ashley Paul // Gwenifer Raymond // GOITT
Tues 30th Oct: Sons of Kemet
TUSK Festival 2018 w/ Irreversible Entanglements
12-14 October 2018
Sage Gateshead, St Mary’s Square, Gateshead Quays, NE8 2JR, UK
TUSK Festival returns for its 8th edition this October, once again bringing its uniquely diverse programme of adventurous international music to the North East of England.
Continuing its partnership with Sage Gateshead, TUSK again makes full use of the landmark building, its flexible public spaces and truly high-end production values to showcase a TUSK 2018 line-up that is as unwavering as ever. Once more, alongside a truly eclectic and international music menu and TUSK’s trademark slew of UK debuts, festival-goers can again enjoy the festival’s renowned film programme, exhibitions, talks, installations, interactions and more.
The first line-up announcements for TUSK Festival 2018 (with links and more info on the festival website – follow the links) are:
• The godfather of Minimalism legend TERRY RILEY makes a very rare UK appearance in a duo with his son Gyan
• Montreal’s renowned synth and drone experimenter SARAH DAVACHI
• Tokyo’s hero of noise, improv and, now, Japanese TV and film soundtracks, OTOMO YOSHIHIDE
• Eternal UK underground stalwarts and mental health survivors CERAMIC HOBS
• KONSTRUKT, the Turkish alt-jazz collective who have collaborated with Keiji Haino, Thurston Moore, William Parker and many more
• New York duo 75 DOLLAR BILL make a rare UK appearance with their big city desert rock
Many more acts still to be announced, plus films, talks and more and after hours actions and exhibitions at The Old Police House and Workplace Gallery.
Tickets go on sale 10am Friday 9 th March.
50 early Birds are £60, then full weekend tickets are £70. Day tickets will go on sale later in the year and tickets just to see Terry Riley & Gyan Riley in Hall One on Sunday 14th October will also be available.
For more details and further announcements, visit sagegateshead.com, tuskfestival.com or call the Ticket Office on 0191 443 4661.
Prosegue la rassegna dedicata a Shirley Clarke con la musica dal vivo
L'11 ottobre alle ore 21.00 presso il Cinema del Carbone sarà la volta dell'ensemble newyorkese Irreversibile Entenglements, punta di diamante della nuova scena musicale newyorkese l’Irreversible Entanglement è un collettivo free jazz formatosi nei primi mesi del 2015 dal sassofonista Keir Neuringer, dalla poetessa Camae Ayewa (alias Moor Mother) e dal bassista Luke Stewart, che si sono riuniti per esibirsi in un evento di Musicians Against Police Brutality organizzato dopo l'uccisione di Akai Gurley dal NYPD. Mesi dopo il gruppo aggiunse il trombettista Aquiles Navarro e il batterista Tcheser Holmes per una sessione di registrazione al Seizure's Palace di Brooklyn, da allora il progetto a continuato a percorrere le strade della ricerca musicale sotto la spinta delle brucianti narrazioni poetiche di Ayewa, narrazioni che parlano di sopravvivenza e potere, perfettamente in linea con i film della rassegna.
Ingresso €17 - €15 per i soci del Cinema del Carbone