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Khyber Pass Podcast
50 minutes | Dec 30, 2019
Charlie Parr, guitar
An easily confused and very shy individual, Charlie Parr has been traveling around singing his songs ever since leaving Austin Minnesota in the 1980’s in search of Spider John Koerner, whom he found about 100 miles north at the Viking Bar one Sunday night. The experience changed his life, made him more or less unemployable, … Continue reading "Charlie Parr, guitar"
43 minutes | Dec 24, 2019
Lynn Avery, synth
57 minutes | Dec 15, 2019
JT Bates, drums
JT Bates has worked with artists from the ends of the spectrum. Equally at home improvising with Paul Metzger, as well as delicately rumbling under a Pieta Brown song, the drums are an extension of his daily life. Exposure and experience into improvised and creative music through a high school friendship with Ben Vida … Continue reading "JT Bates, drums"
69 minutes | Dec 6, 2019
Davu Seru, percussion
Davu Seru is a drummer and composer. He has worked with numerous improvising musicians and composers throughout the United States and France. He is composer and bandleader for the ensembles Motherless Dollar and No Territory Band. For the year 2017-2018 he served as the first-ever composer-in-residence at Studio Z in Saint Paul. Davu has also … Continue reading "Davu Seru, percussion"
43 minutes | Nov 16, 2019
Pat Moriarty and Phil Hey began playing together in 1973. They have been dedicated jazz musicians and teachers ever since, performing in ensembles medium-sized and small. But their sax-drum duos make for a refreshing, intrepid, tightrope walk — always tricky and unpredictable, yet at this stage in their careers, well within their collective grasp, even … Continue reading "Pat Moriarty"
28 minutes | Nov 12, 2019
Sarah Larsson, vocalist, instrumentalist
Sarah Larsson, anthropologist by training, likes to say that her day job is listening to people’s stories. Sarah’s outreach work with the Somali Museum of Minnesota means that she gets to talk with fascinating community members every day, while helping to start a new cultural resource in Minnesota. Sarah studied in Bosnia, Serbia, and Croatia, … Continue reading "Sarah Larsson, vocalist, instrumentalist"
39 minutes | Nov 1, 2019
Curt Wenzel, trumpet, electronics
Shaped by 1960’s free jazz and the implications of composers like John Cage, Ornette Coleman and Captain Beefheart, the music of Visitor is chaotic, spiritual and oddly comforting in tumultuous times. It reflects our past, present and future in a real-time sound experience. The trio features Timothy Kane (drums and woodwinds), Keith Miller (tuba and … Continue reading "Curt Wenzel, trumpet, electronics"
47 minutes | Oct 21, 2019
George Cartwright, saxophone
George Cartwright is a Minnesota-based composer, performer, bandleader, producer and musical collaborator, with a prolific career spanning over 30 years. His career began in his home state of Mississippi, shaped by a childhood woven through with early memories of singing in church and learning songs at his grandfather’s knee. He grew up on rock-n-roll and … Continue reading "George Cartwright, saxophone"
37 minutes | Oct 12, 2019
Sean Hamilton, drums and electronics
Sean Hamilton is a percussionist, composer, improviser, and audio engineer whose interests primarily lie in the intersections of new music, electroacoustic music, free improvisation, experimental music, and interdisciplinary projects. Sean has presented performances throughout North America and in Europe, with featured performances including WKCR-FM New York’s Afternoon New Music, the Interference Series, the Red Room … Continue reading "Sean Hamilton, drums and electronics"
33 minutes | Oct 4, 2019
Alden Ikeda, drums
Alden has played in Twin Cities and elsewhere. Some of the great Musicians he has worked for include Douglas Ewart, Stephen Goldstein, Carei Thomas, Benny Weinbeck, Pat Patrick, Billy Bang, Roscoe Mitchell, Julius Hemphill, John Devine, Bill Lang, Adam Linz, Chris Bates, Tommy O’Donnell, Ronnie Castrato, Christine Rosholt, Gene Adams, Frank Hooks, Don Cherry, Dave Maslow, … Continue reading "Alden Ikeda, drums"
83 minutes | Oct 1, 2019
Noah OB, Trumpet
Noah Ophoven-Baldwin is an American cornetist and composer and a resident of Minneapolis, Minnesota.
37 minutes | Sep 26, 2019
Bill Brovold, guitar
Bill Brovold is an educator, visual artist, and composer/musician. He has performed with Rhys Chatham, Arthur Russell, and Glenn Branca; and led the New York band Strange Farm (feat. Billy Ficca of Television and Ernie Brooks of the Modern Lovers) and the six-to-thirteen-member Detroit post rock band Larval, which features his twangy guitar alongside a … Continue reading "Bill Brovold, guitar"
62 minutes | Sep 18, 2019
Patrick Marsche, percussion
Patrick Marsche, percussion
37 minutes | Sep 3, 2019
Mankwe Ndosi, vocalist
“The bewitching and virtuosic vocalizing of Ndosi spans genres, ethnicities, species, continents, and likely galaxies, too.” – Greg Tate Of Tanzanian and African American heritage, Mankwe Ndosi is celebrated for a sound and practice that spans genres and disciplines: celebrating influences from Jazz and African legacies, Hip Hop and Soul, performance art, theater, public art … Continue reading "Mankwe Ndosi, vocalist"
51 minutes | Aug 26, 2019
Emerson Aagaard, soprano saxophone
Emerson Aagaard is a free improviser on soprano saxophone.
43 minutes | Aug 21, 2019
Rick Ness, reeds, percussion
Rick Ness. Reeds and percussion free improviser with Aerosol Pike.
39 minutes | Aug 14, 2019
Cory Healey, drums
Cory Healey’s unique drumming has led to collaborations with artists from many different genres. He has toured North America and Europe and had the privilege of performing with Kenny Wheeler, Dr Lonnie Smith, John Abercrombie, and David Berkman. While living in Chicago, he performed and recorded with Algernon, Fareed Haque’s Flat EarthEnsemble, W.W. Lowman, Ike Riley, … Continue reading "Cory Healey, drums"
41 minutes | Aug 8, 2019
Adam Zahller, multi-instrumentalist
Adam Zahller (b. 1988) is an American composer, vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, and improviser. As a composer, his concert works have received premieres from ensembles such as Loadbang, Duo Gelland, the 113 Collective, Eclipse Quartet, TAK, and Zeitgeist, as well as many acclaimed soloists. He holds a B.M. in music composition from the Chapman Conservatory, where he studied under … Continue reading "Adam Zahller, multi-instrumentalist"
37 minutes | Jul 31, 2019
Peter Goggin, alto saxophone
Peter Goggin graduated in jazz studies at the University of Michigan, performed at the Detroit Jazz Festival with the university jazz orchestra. Peter was a three-year member of the Dakota Combo.
34 minutes | Jul 17, 2019
Matt Blair, piano
Matt Blair is a pianist and composer from Mpls, MN. He performed new solo work for Fender Rhodes, electronics, and found objects. This new work is an extension of ideas from his 2018 release “Shadow Sets”. https://mattblair.bandcamp.com/releases
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