Roulette of the Cradle, the latest release by Ingrid Laubrock's Anti-House - an ever expanding elite group of New York improvisors - begins with a solo drum. It soon switches to solo slide guitar, which then collides into the piano for a climatic ending.
Roulette of the Cradle, the latest release by Ingrid Laubrock's Anti-House - an ever expanding elite group of New York improvisors - begins with a solo drum.
Ingrid Laubrock (born September 24, 1970) is a German jazz saxophonist, who primarily plays tenor saxophone but also performs and records on. .Roulette of the Cradle. "Anti-House by Ingrid Laubrock".
Ingrid Laubrock (born September 24, 1970) is a German jazz saxophonist, who primarily plays tenor saxophone but also performs and records on soprano, alto, and baritone saxophones Laubrock moved to London, England in 1989, and became a member of the F-IRE Collective. As the band Anti-House; quintet, with Mary Halvorson (guitar), Kris Davis (piano), John Hébert (bass), Tom Rainey (drums); guest: Oscar Noriega (clarinet). Retrieved August 25, 2011.
Roulette of the Cradle by Ingrid Laubrock Anti-House, released 05 May 2015 1. That’s All She Wrote 2. Roulette of the Cradle 3. Face the Piper, Part 1 4. Face the Piper, Part 2 5. Silenc. for Monika) . and Light (for Izumi) 7. From Farm Girl to Fabulous, Vo. Anti-House is perhaps Laubrock’s most New York-centric band, comprised of herself on tenor and soprano saxophones, guitarist Mary Halvorson, pianist Kris Davis, bassist John Hébert, and drummer Tom Rainey. Bert Noglik writes in the liner notes of this third release Roulette of the Cradle : Abstraction and reification, accentuation and accumulation, laid-back and pushing.
The fact that Ingrid Laubrock's Anti-house is an established working band is borne out by the degree of trust the German saxophonist places in her world class cast of collaborators. But even though she doesn't put in an appearance until part way through the second track, her imprint is all over the outfit's third release, which builds confidently on the success of its predecessors; the first outing of the same name (Intakt, 2010) and Strong Place (Intakt, 2013).
Roulette of the Cradle Ingrid Laubrock's Anti-House. 3. Face the Piper, Pt. Listen on Apple Music. 1. 3:57. 4. 2. 5:06.
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Ingrid Laubrock : tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone Mary Halvorson : guitar Kris Davis . One part modern chamber music, one part radical jazz, Roulette of the Cradle is action-packed even during its quietest moments.
Ingrid Laubrock : tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone Mary Halvorson : guitar Kris Davis : piano John Hébert : bass Tom Rainey : drums + Oscar Noriega : clarinet (5-6). Recorded by Joe Marciano at Systems Two, Brooklyn, New York, USA, on December 5, 2014.
Roulette of the Cradle is an album by German jazz saxophonist Ingrid Laubrock, which was recorded in 2014 and released on the Swiss Intakt label. It was the third recording by her Anti-House quintet, the first band that she formed on her relocation to New York with guitarist Mary Halvorson, pianist Kris Davis, bassist John Hébert and drummer Tom Rainey. They are joined by clarinetist Oscar Noriega on two tracks.
Ingrid Laubrock Anti-House
Roulette of the Cradle
2015 - Intakt Records: Intakt CD 252
* Ingrid Laubrock: tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone
* Mary Halvorson: guitar
* Kris Davis: piano
* John Hébert: bass
* Tom Rainey: drums
* Oscar Noriega: clarinet (5-6)
Recorded by Joe Marciano at Systems Two, Brooklyn,
New York, USA, on December 5, 2014.
Roulette of the Cradle
By Mike Shanley
Dynamics ebb and flow from track to track and often within a single
piece. Group improvisation sits on equal footing with composition. Many of the
pieces find the players working in pairs and trios, one entering gently while
others provide background color. While Laubrock calls the shots, her bandmates
often get more spotlight time than she does. However, on the penultimate track,
“From Farm Girl to Fabulous, Vol II,” she cuts loose, blasting staccato figures
against the rhythm section, climaxing with Ayler-esque wails and delicious
overtones. One part modern chamber music, one part radical jazz, Roulette of
the Cradle is action-packed even during its quietest moments.
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