Posts Tagged ‘Pete Robbins’

PETE ROBBINS’ Transatlantic Quartet Releases LIVE IN BASEL, Working With All European Musicians

Friday, January 20th, 2012

Out February 7th via Hate Laugh Music

Featuring MIKKEL PLOUG – Guitar (Denmark), SIMON JERMYN – Electric Bass (Ireland/Brooklyn) & KEVIN BROW – Drums (Canada)

Alto saxophonist and composer Pete Robbins has united a quartet of musicians with far-flung origins from across North America and Europe. Recorded at the end of one of their numerous European tours,Live in Basel documents a band focused on the interaction of its members.

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Since we last posted…Pete Robbins released a record!

Tuesday, June 8th, 2010

Since our last post, Pete Robbins record siLENT Z Live came out on the alto saxophonist’s own imprint, Hate Laugh Music. Pete had two consecutive CD release shows at The Tea Lounge in Park Slope, Brooklyn and at Cornelia Street Cafe in Manhattan which received nice preview coverage from The New York Times who called siLENT Z “a willfully progressive outfit” and Time Out New York who wrote “In saxist Pete Robbins’s siLENT Z project, highly developed harmony, complex meter and searing improv merge with a world of experimental loops, ambient soundscapes, hard beats and general abandon. The ’70s term jazz-rock doesn’t cut it, so the best description of this outfit is probably the artist’s own: Brooklyn prog-modern (post)jazz.”

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Pete Robbins’ siLENT Z Live To Be Released May 25 on Hate Laugh Music

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010

Pete Robbins’ “siLENT Z Live” To Be Released
May 25, 2010
On Saxophonist’s Own Hate Laugh Music


Release Shows Scheduled For
May 28 at Tea Lounge in Park Slope, Brooklyn
May 29 at Cornelia Street Cafe in East Village

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Winter/Spring 2010 Release Schedule

Sunday, January 17th, 2010

JANUARY

January 12
Dave Rempis & Frank Rosaly – Cyrillic (482 Music)
(saxophone & drums duo)

January 19
Colorlist – A Square White Lie (482 Music)
(Chicago minimalist electronic duo; 180-gram vinyl or download only – no CDs)

January 26
Greg Burk Quartet – Many Worlds (482 Music)
(new recording from 482 Music stalwart; American pianist based in Italy)

Sam Sadigursky – The Words Project III: Miniatures (New Amsterdam Records)
(poetry by Emily Dickinson, William Carlos Williams, Carl Sandburg, Léon de Greiff, Maxim Gorky, Fernando Pessoa + ensemble featuring vocalists Michael Leonhart, Heather Masse, Christine Correa, Jamie Leonhart, Monika Heidemann, Sunny Kim, Sadigursky + more)

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