Further Jazz Tunes From The Horizon Of Sound

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The Wild Detectives says
Join us to experience Chicago based saxophonist Dave Rempis and his solo tour concept; Lattice. The plan is to work with local improvisers in every town he hits along the way – some old friends, and plenty of new collaborators. Here in Dallas he’ll be joined by Ingebrigt Håker Flaten. We’ll also count with the experimental approach of Isabelle Duthoit and Franz Hautzinger, and our beloved local Yells at Eels.

Norwegian bass player Ingebrigt Haker Flaten (The Thing, The Young Mothers, Atomic and another hundreds of amazing projects) is joining Dave Rempis, extraordinaire saxophonist from Chicago (Ballister, The Rempis Percussion Quartet, The Vandermark 5 and some other hundreds of collaborations), for some dates in Texas.

Isabelle Duthoit, French clarinetist and vocalist, is travelling with Franz Hautzinger, trumpet player from Austria. She has recorded with Jacques Demierre and Roger Turner, among many others. He has been developing a kind of resonant way of playing were just breathing seems more important than other musical aspects; his body of work includes recordings with Derek Bailey, Fennesz, Ekkehard Ehlers, Otomo Yoshihide, Oren Ambarchi, Ava Mendoza and Luc Ex.

Yells At Eels will be kicking off a ten day tour that will take them around Texas and Louisiana. Los Gonzalez don't need much an introduction around here, I think. They are local titans.

Mutarrancho, will be selecting mucha buena música (jazzes, international jazzes and other sounds from far beyond) before, between and after them.

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