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London-Based Label Rare Noise Records Presents A Night Of Progressive Music At Shapeshifter Lab, Dec. 13 At 8pm

Published: 2013-12-06
New York - Having built its reputation documenting the best of the avant-jazz scene, RareNoise offers a rare evening of improvised and composed music from three distinct bands, each with a new release on December 13:

Ivo Perelman/Joe Morris/Balazs Pandi (ONE); Jamie Saft/Joe Morris/Gerald Cleaver/Chris Lightcap/Mary Halvorson (PLYMOUTH); Slobber Pup (BLACK ACES).

One and Black Aces are available in stores and online, through RareNoise on CD, Vinyl and Hi-Res Digital download. Plymouth is scheduled for release in 2014.

ONE
Ivo Perelman
Ivo Perelman
Ivo Perelman
b.1961
saxophone
(sax)
Joe Morris
Joe Morris
Joe Morris
b.1955
guitar
(e-bass)
Balazs Pandi (drums)

PLYMOUTH
Jamie Saft
Jamie Saft
Jamie Saft

piano
(organ)
Joe Morris
Joe Morris
Joe Morris
b.1955
guitar
(guitar)
Gerald Cleaver (drums)
Chris Lightcap
Chris Lightcap
Chris Lightcap
b.1971
bass
(bass)
Mary Halvorson (guitar)

SLOBBER PUP
Jamie Saft
Jamie Saft
Jamie Saft

piano
(organ, keyboards)
Joe Morris
Joe Morris
Joe Morris
b.1955
guitar
(guitar)
Tim Dahl
Tim Dahl
Tim Dahl

bass
(bass)
Balazs Pandi (drums)

ABOUT THE LABEL

RareNoiseRecords was founded in late 2008 by two Italians, guitarist /arranger/ producer Eraldo Bernocchi and all-round music nut and visionary Giacomo Bruzzo. Located in London, the label was created to present a platform to musicians and listeners alike who think beyond musical boundaries of genre.

ADDRESS
Shapeshifter Lab
18 Whitwell Place
Brooklyn, NY 11215
+1-646-820-9452

The venue is located between 1st and Carroll Str, off 4th Ave., Park Slope.

Admission: $15
Doors open at 7PM


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