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CD REview: Hypercolor…Very recommended for those listeners who are not afraid to take some adventurous music out for a wild ride in the night

HypercolorArtist: Hypercolor
Title: Hypercolor
Label: Tzadik Rec
Genre: free style/free rock/noise

CD review by Dawoud Kringle

Tzadik has released a CD by the newest of the Downtown No-Wave improv scene: Hypercolor.

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Music listings – 11/1 through 11/7

1. Tin Hat

Date: Monday, November 1, 2010
Time: 10:30pm
Venue: Le Poisson Rouge (158 Bleecker Street, New York, NY 10012, Phone: 212- 505-3474)
Ticket: $18
Genre: American Music/contemporary/nu folk/avant pop

Forging a new acoustic sound that defies categorization while striking universal chords, Tin Hat from San Francisco makes freewheeling chamber music for the 21st century. Garnering widespread critical acclaim for its six CDs, the group has also earned high marks for their captivating performances. Tin Hat’s international audiences have grown over the years through its many concert tours in the United States and Europe. Hailed by the press for “interweaving Old World Europe with post- modern America, south-of-the-border sensuality with concert-hall propriety, and odd-metered syncopation with deeply soulful grooves” (The New York Press), the ensemble has created an original American ethnic music of its own device.

2. Abdoulaye Al Hassane Toure

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Music listings – 10/11 through 10/17

1. Tavitjan Brothers Trio

Date: Monday, October 11, 2010
Time: 9pm
Venue: Nublu (62 Ave C)
Ticket: $10
Genre: piano trio Jazz

Tavitjan Brothers Trio from Macedonia: with more than 300 concert performances across Europe, USA and Balkans, the music range of these superb musicians starts from mainstream jazz to fusion, ethno and electronic elements in a modern manner with accent on virtuosity of each musician involved. They have performed on numerous international festivals and concerts worldwide and received a number of international music awards.

Their original music and performance was highly estimated by several world wide critics including Jazz Times Magazine, Jazz dimensions, All about Jazz, Concerto etc. Personnel: Diran Tavitjan–piano; Garo Tavitjan–drums; Dragan Trajkovski–bass
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