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ONO “Your Future Is Metal"

Legendary Avant-Noise band ONO will be releasing a new tape on August 25th via local label American Damage called Your Future Is Metal. The tape was recorded live at The Hideout and contains five tracks of deranged Gospel, noise, rock, and chaos. ONO for this recording was P Michael Grego, Travis, Connor Tomaka, Dawi Wang, Ben Billngton, and Jordan Reyes (founder of American Damage).

1. Your Future Is Metal
2. Travis Wax Madonna
3. Albino
4. Outerlude
5. Punks

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Marker Releases a Box Set

Last week the local label Audiographic Records released a new 3 CD Boxset from the Avant Jazz Quintet Marker called "Roadwork 1 & 2/Homework 1”. The songs on each album were recorded live at performances in New Orleans, Atlanta, and Chicago, two road shows and one home show which was recorded in February at The Hungry Brain. Each of these piece are extended Jazz adventures that pull you in and circle all around you.

Marker is Steve Marquette (guitar), Steve Marquette (guitar), Macie Stewart (keyboard and violin), Phil Sudderberg (drums) and Ken Vandermark (reeds).


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Mako Sica and Hamid Drake

Austin Label Astral Spirits is preparing to release the latest project, “Rhonda”, from experimental free-rock trio Mako Sica on July 27th. This time the group is working with Veteran Jazz drummer Hamid Drake to a unique backbone to their sound. Mako Sica is Przemyslaw Krys Drazek, Brent J Fuscaldo, Chaetan Newell and they have been performing together for over a decade.

You can catch Mako Sica with Hamid Drake at Constellation on August 30th with Mark Trecka (of Pillars and Tongues).

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Footpaths is the work of Jon Rosenthal and his latest project is called “Old Timer (Lost & Reclaimed)” and will be released on August 24th through Monticulo Records . This is actually Austin Label’s first release and they have already sold out of the 25 cassettes they have produced.

Rosenthal recorded this album ten years ago while learning how to use a pinhole microphone. None of the tracks are titled, and the three that are available now to hear are intriguing sonic explorations of guitar and environment.


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