[Music] Bettina feat​. ​Márk Szöke and Thomas Gerendás ​-​ Clinical Feelings EP


Imagine a Japanese Tina Turner clone singing on top of a muffled, claustrophobia-inducing drum & bass track upholding a 60s soul groove. This is the glorious mess Thomas Gerendás and his collaborators have made.



I don’t know what is going on in France that is drawing in such amazing talent from outside her borders (it’s probably the incredibly good quality of local performers who are developing massive catalogs and worldwide respect for their bodies of work), but the country is seeing a small explosion of creativity. One case-in-point is the Mexican guitarist Hector Javier Ayala. He has begun releasing some incredible CDs recently (his newest will be reviewed here soon, but this particular album was done in collaboration with drummer Cedric Lemaire. The recordings are sparse, but gel together quite nicely. A lot of the material reminded be of Derek Bailey and is free improvisations with percussionists around the world.

[Music] Gary Monheit & Dan Krimm will perform at Yoshi’s 10/03/2016

[Literature] Pedro Páramo, de Juan Rulfo (Pdf) — Poecraft Hyde

Hoy se celebra en México el día de la Independencia. En lugar de evocar a los héroes de la Independencia, lo haré a mí manera, evocando a uno de los héroes literarios que ha dado este país, y lo celebro compartiendo este enorme clásico no solo de México, sino universal, el maravilloso Pedro Páramo (1955). Si […]

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