Tags » John Zorn

Masada String Trio

No, I haven’t sampled all of the Book of Angels CDs in John Zorn’s Masada series. Haven’t even come close.

So, despite the players’ pedigrees, I hadn’t yet heard the Masada String Trio. 146 more words


Album Review: Igorrr- Savage Sinusoid

Savage Sinusoid is hands down the weirdest album I have ever heard. Gautier Serre, the mastermind behind Igorrr, was one of the people behind Whourkr which is how I originally discovered him. 448 more words


John Zorn, Filmworks XV 'Protocols of Zion'

This is personally one of my favorite movie scores to ever exist. Without forgetting to mention the genius that is John Zorn of course, but this specific Filmwork of his truly left an impact on me. 40 more words


Monster Bunker #4 (Mar. 5, 2017)

this is colorful monsters’ fourth and official weekly podcast Monster Bunker. in a wasteland 3,000 years into the future, a trio of guys have awaken from their cryogenic sleep in search of food and music. 59 more words


At The Stone, NYC 2.

Marc Ribot & James Moore play John Zorn’s ‘Tennis’, 1979 & ‘The Book of Heads’.


Reinier Van Houdt – Paths of the Errant Gaze

Hallow Ground – HG1606 – 28th October 2016

Christopher Nosnibor

Reiner Van Houdt presents an interesting proposition: a classically-trained pianist who’s worked with John Cage and Luc Ferrari, he also plays in Current 93 and has worked in collaboration with Nick Cave, John Zorn and Antony Hegarty. 405 more words