Playlist.

A weekly tally of memorable things Steve Smith has stuck in his ears lately.

Spotify jukebox does not correspond precisely with the listed selections that follow, but maintains the playlist’s continuity and personality.


Various artists & sourcesIshq Ke Maare: Sufi Songs from Sindh and Punjab, Pakistan (Sublime Frequencies; 2017)


Omar SouleymanHaflat Gharbia – The Western Concerts (Sublime Frequencies; 2011)

King CrimsonRadical Action to Unseat the Hold of Monkey Mind (DGM; 2016)

Iron MaidenThe Book of Souls (Sanctuary/BMG; 2015)

Miles DavisThe Complete In a Silent Way Sessions (Columbia/Legacy; 1969/2001)


Grant EvansSeeking Fragrance (Adversary Electronics; 2017)

Pink FloydThe Final Cut (Columbia; 1983)

Natasha BarrettIsostasie (Empreintes Digitales; 2002)


Marc BarrecaMusic Works for Industry (Freedom to Spend; 1983/2017)


Pep LlopisPoiemusia La Nau Dels Argonautes (Freedom to Spend; 1986/2017)


Lesley FlaniganLesley Flanigan at the Guggenheim, November 22, 2014 (Vimeo; 2014)


Michele MercureEye Chant (Freedom to Spend; 1986/2017)


Motion Sickness of Time TravelBifurcation & Bereavement (Adversary Electronics; 2017)

Kara-Lis CoverdaleGrafts (Boomkat Editions; 2017)


Nat EvansCoyoteways (Mon Amie; 2017)

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Further reading

Performance Review: Donnacha Dennehy, The Hunger

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Political theater is a challenging balancing act, one that requires a creative team to tread a thin line stretched precariously high. How audacious a creator must be, then, to attempt a feat so risky in the opera house, where comparatively little precedent exists for successful activist art.

Night after night.

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Welcome to Night After Night, since October 2005 a blog about conspicuous consumption of music, live and recorded, in New York City and points beyond – now rebooted and refreshed as a place for sharing on-the-fly responses to creative events, timely news items from throughout the musical world, and links to other items of interest on the web.

Performance Review: David Lang, the loser

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If you’ve followed the career of Pulitzer Prize-winning composer David Lang for any significant amount of time, you might…umm…worry just a bit about a seeming preoccupation with cruelty that extends from early works up to his newest.

Prologue

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