28 Feb 2013 - 19:30 - 1 Mar 2013 - 01:00

Jooklo Duo (IT)

Jooklo Duo was formed in 2004 by Virginia Genta (tenor sax) and David Vanzan (drums).
In the past six years of restless activity, the couple has toured the US and Europe extensively, performing around five-hundred concerts. Jooklo Duo have collaborated with Sonic Youth, Makoto Kawabata, Sabu Toyozumi, Chris Corsano, Paul Flaherty,Daniel Carter, Bill Nace, and many others.
In 2009, they also began working with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, performing on October 2010 for “Nearly Ninety” at the Barbican Centre in London, together with Takehisa Kosugi (Taj Mahal Travellers) and John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin).
Now they’re back, stripped right back to the pure skronking duo will be joined by a very special guest this evening.

Dror Feiler (IS/SE)

Saxophonist Dror Feiler was born in Tel Aviv, Israel, in 1951, and moved to Sweden permanently in 1973. During his twenty years as a musician he has played with numerous groups and has performed solo in Sweden, Russia, Israel, Germany, France, Japan, Colombia and the United States. Among the most active groups he belonged should be mentioned legendary Lokomotiv Konkret and Too Much Too Soon Orchestra.
Dror Feiler has worked with many prominent musicians over the years, such as Hans Ola Ericsson, Mats Gustavson, Henry Kaiser, Fred Frith,Tom Cora, Charles Morrow, Stone Sandel, Phil Minton, Vladimir Tarasov, Juri Kusnetsov, Shoji Hano, Werner Lüdi, Blixa Bargeld, Zbigniew Karkowski, Merzbow and V. Chekasin.
He has also composed chamber music, symphonies and music for theatre, film and dance. Live he emerges with analog synth modules, laptop and many saxophones often with a power and intensity that makes you sag.

...with Jooklo Duo;
...with Lokomotiv Konkret

Ryan Tebo's
free jazz film "Whoever Fights Monsters"

A film which deals with the nature of improvisational music through a unique approach to the filmmaking process itself. Though the film features footage of eight contemporary improvisers doing their thing, which for some filmmakers would satisfy the improv quotient of a documentary on the subject, Tebo has gone many steps further than the standard for the genre: he has created a film that is not only about improvisation, but is itself constructed as an improvisation – or more precisely, as a particular improvisation. Tebo arrived at the structure for the film – right down to details of shot length – by patterning his audiovisual editing strategies after the structure of Ornette Coleman’s classic 1961 album Free Jazz.

An essay that Brett Kashmere wrote about the film;

Dj Elena Wolay
Jazz är farligt

Sun Ra film "The Magic Sun"

Stunning visuals and the sounds of Sun Ra & His Solar Arkestra fill this classic 1966 black and white short experimental film by composer/photographer/ filmmaker and multi-media artist Phill Niblock.  The Arkestra provide its characteristic spacial sounds in conjunction with visually abstract images - severe closeups on hands and heads to ornate cosmic/psychedelic patterned costumes. Opening spooky reed exclamations, pulsing bass bellows, syncopated percussion, blistering yet warm-toned trumpet - the Arkestra eventually is heard in its disorienting orchestral glory, ideally suited to the morphing visuals. The 17-minute extended (pre-MTV) music video would have served as an appropriate backdrop to an Arkestra performance at Bill Graham's Fillmore, its unique negative processing creating a medley of X-ray footage.

On at 19.35!

Art curated by Jeffery Kriksciun including Peter Larsson, Joshua Kermiet,
Cari Vander Yacht and Jack Felgate + Jeffrey's International Yes Zine Library Collection
Kitchen "Seneca's Pumpkin" will be making meals and snacks to buy


Entré: 60 kr, 18 År, 19.30 - 01.00

SAMMARR: Mother & Fylkingen

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