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New Nick Millevoi Split Available for Streaming & Purchase

When it comes to the local avant-garde music community, we can't think of a harder-working musician, who is making Philly prouder, than guitarist Nick Millevoi. With his mutiple collaborations in the past few years, it's amazing that he has any time to work on his own material, but he does. Below is his latest solo effort entitled Number on the Side, which was recorded by Eric Carbonara on July 7, 2013 at The Rotunda. It is also being released as a split CD with the band Onibaba via Ivory Antler Records, and Millevoi will be celebrating its release on Saturday, April 26 at Pageant Soloveev Gallery. Also look out for Many Arms' second album for John Zorn's label Tzadik Records, Suspended Definition, scheduled for release on April 29.

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Ricart/Millevoi Quartet Record Release Show at Ortlieb's Aug. 10

Avant-garde guitarist Nick Millevoi will be celebrating tonight at Ortlieb’s the release of his new collaborative album with Ed Ricart entitled Haitian Rail, which also features Travis Laplante and Ches Smith and is being released via Gaffer Records (vinyl) and New Atlantis Records (cassette). This will be the debut performance of the Ricart/Millevoi Quartet, and they’ve made some changes to the band with the addition of Dan Blacksberg on trombone and Kevin Shea on drums. It will most likely be Millevoi final performance in Philly before his European tour in September/October. There will also be a rare electric guitar set by Eric Carbonara and a solo performance by Lantern’s Zachary Fairbrother so come out and enjoy an evening of guitar wizardry. Ortlieb’s Lounge, 847 N. 3rd St., 9pm, $7, 21+ - Alexis V.

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Reissued Track: "Slowly Dark" - Nick Millevoi

Here's a bit of drone and noise for you called "Slowly Dark" from one of our favorite avant-garde guitarists Nick Millevoi. The track originally appeared on his 2012 album In White Sky (Flenser Records), and is being reissued as part of a split single with Dutch improv sax/drum duo Dead Neanderthals, who Millevoi will be touring with this fall. He also has two shows in Philly on August 8 at The Random Tea House as a duo with Jesse Kudler and August 10 at Ortlieb's for his Ricart/Millevoi Quartet record release of Haitian Rail (Gaffer Records). They will most likely be his last local ones before hitting the road in Europe for nearly a month during September/October.

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New Track: "Linive" - Nick Millevoi & Ed Ricart Quartet

Ha...this should abruptly awaken you this morning. Avant-garde schredder Nick Millevoi has a collaborative release coming out with the Ed Ricart Quartet. Here's a new track called "Linive" off their upcoming LP entitled Haitian Railroad due out this July via Gaffer/New Atlantis.

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Nick Millevoi Opening for Japanese Guy at PhilaMOCA May 23

Nick Millevoi is one of the finest guitarist flying under the radar in Philly’s avant-garde music scene. You may have come across his work while performing on the electric 6-string with such acts as Many Arms, Electric Simcha, Archer Spade, Make A Rising, or one of the numerous jazz projects that he has lent his skilled fingers to over the years. However, when he fearlessly performs solo on his 12-string electric guitar creating some otherworldly sounds, that is the best evidence to support the truth behind my opening statement (and possibly that aliens, in fact, do live among us). Millevoi will be joined on the musically adventurous lineup at PhilaMOCA tonight by instrumental psych rock duo Air is Human, who will also be opening the evening for Japanese Guy, the experimental noise side project from Fleet Foxes’ Skye Skjelset with Andrew J.S. and Chris Icasiano. Yeah, things are about to get even weirder at the Moz. PhilaMOCA, 531 N. 12th St., 8:30pm, $7 - $10 Donation, All Ages - Alexis V. 

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