Monday, November 10, 2014

Gutbucket Celebrates 15 Years with Residency at The Stone: November 18-23, 2014

NEW YORK PUNK-JAZZERS
– GUTBUCKET –
CELEBRATE THEIR
15th ANNIVERSARY
WITH SIX-NIGHT RESIDENCY
AT THE STONE: NOVEMBER 18-23, 2014



[ Gutbucket - l/r: Pat Swoboda, Ty Citerman, Ken Thomson, Adam D Gold ]

For this residency celebrating their 15th anniversary, Gutbucket will devote multiple sets to recording a live album scheduled for release in 2015 on esteemed avant-music label Cuneiform Records. The album, which will be the ensemble's 6th, will feature a brand new set of material that each of the band's four members has written over the past year. Alongside these exciting new pieces, Gutbucket will showcase a fascinating array of other musics, including collaborations with JACK Quartet and Tigue; a long-awaited revival of Gutbucket's film+live score work; premieres by the new music trio Bearthoven and Tzadik Records quartet Bop Kabbalah; a deep dig into rarities and favorites from Gutbucket's back catalog, a set of Ken Thomson's chamber music; a rare live set of improvisations; and a bonanza chamber group with special guest musicians on the last night. Don't miss this very special week at The Stone!

Gutbucket is Ty Citerman (guitar), Adam D Gold (drums), Pat Swoboda (bass) and Ken Thomson (saxophone).

"New York's premiere jazz/prog/punk band"
- The Boston Globe

Watch this trailer for Gutbucket's Stone Residency:
[Gutbucket: THE STONE Residency November 18-23, 2014 Trailer]

"A no-holds barred approach to the jazz-rock paradigm" - The New York Times


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GUTBUCKET’S RESIDENCY AT THE STONE
"Gutbucket has forcefully staked out its own musical territory, an exciting land of power-chording rock guitar, squawking sax, and enough time shifts to keep you happily off balance."
- The New Yorker



The Stone, New York City
Located at the corner of
Avenue C and 2nd Street
http://www.thestonenyc.com
Facebook Event

Each set costs $10.
All admissions are at the door prior to each performance.

PERFORMANCES
[for full info on lineups & more for each night, click here or scroll below]

November 18
8 PM – Gutbucket and strings with JACK Quartet
10 PM – Chamber music of Ken Thomson

November 19
8 PM – Gutbucket and percussion with Tigue
10 PM – Bearthoven

November 20
8 PM – Gutbucket live record taping
10 PM – Gutbucket No Ink

November 21
8 PM – Gutbucket live record taping
10 PM – Gutbucket movie night:
with “Night Mail” and “The Magic Life of Milarepa”

November 22
8 PM – Gutbucket live record taping
10 PM – Bop Kabbalah

November 23
8 PM – Gutbucket live record taping
10 PM – Gutbucket Chamber Orchestra (the finale)

"Like any self-respecting jazz-thrash-rock-latin-noise band from the dark underbelly of New York, Gutbucket have a peerless way...There is something smart, sleek and assured about Gutbucket, and when they begin firing on all cylinders it makes for an exhilarating, intelligently performed racket."
- The Guardian UK

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GUTBUCKET'S RELEASES ON CUNEIFORM
"Gutbucket work[s] a jagged yet fertile seam between jazz and rock highlighted by on-a-dime twists in tempo, time signature and mood -- often within the same song...an undoubtably wild ride."
- The LA Times
Destroying walls between art-rock, avant-squonk, jazz-core and beyond, the 15 year old New York quartet, Gutbucket, is not only equally comfortable playing in front of 900 sweatily pogo-ing teenage skate-punks, a crowd of cosmic indie-psych freaks, on an anarchist German art collective’s house-boat or even teaching master classes in the music departments of schools around the country, but most importantly, their music fits right in.

The New York Times has called their music "A no-holds barred approach to the jazz-rock paradigm".

"Prodigiously talented…finds the quartet painting in bold, dark strokes of color with moments of glistening light."
- JazzTimes

www.gutweb.com - www.facebook.com/gutbucketnyc
www.twitter.com/gutbucketnyc - www.cuneiformrecords.com


Flock
[Rune 321, 2011]

Ty Citerman (guitar),
Adam D Gold (drums),
Eric Rockwin (bass),
Ken Thomson (alto saxophone)

"4 9 8"
@SOUNDCLOUD / @BANDCAMP / @YOUTUBE

PURCHASE LINKS //
ITUNES - AMAZON
BANDCAMP - WAYSIDE MUSIC

A Modest Proposal
[Rune 281, 2009]

Ty Citerman (guitar),
Adam D Gold (drums),
Eric Rockwin (bass),
Ken Thomson (alto saxophone)

"Head Goes Thud"
@SOUNDCLOUD / @BANDCAMP / @YOUTUBE

PURCHASE LINKS
//
ITUNES - AMAZON
BANDCAMP - WAYSIDE MUSIC

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GUTBUCKET’S RESIDENCY AT THE STONE:
FULL SET DETAILS


"It's that right balance of composition and improvisation on music that packs a wallop which makes Gutbucket the thinking man's punk rock band of choice."
- Something Else!

11/18 Tuesday
8 pm
Gutbucket + strings with JACK Quartet
Ty Citerman (guitar) Adam D Gold (drums) Pat Swoboda (bass) Ken Thomson (alto saxophone), Chris Otto (violin) Ari Streisfeld (violin) John Pickford Richards (viola) Kevin McFarland (cello)

10 pm
Chamber music of Ken Thomson
Ty Citerman (guitar) Adam D Gold (drums) Pat Swoboda (bass) Ken Thomson (bass clarinet) Ashley Bathgate (cello) Karl Larson (piano) Beth Meyers (viola) JACK Quartet: Chris Otto, Ari Streisfeld (violins) John Pickford Richards (viola) Kevin McFarland (cello)
Featuring the bass clarinet quintet "Perpetual" from his 2013 Cantaloupe Music release THAW, the NY Premiere of "restless" for cello and piano, and more.


11/19 Wednesday
8 pm
Gutbucket + percussion with Tigue
Ty Citerman (guitar) Adam D Gold (drums) Pat Swoboda (bass) Ken Thomson (alto saxophone) Matt Evans, Amy Garapic, Carson Moody (percussion)
A new collaboration with the dynamic percussion trio Tigue (Matt Evans, Amy Garapic and Carson Moody) featuring music by Gutbucket and Tigue.

10 pm
Bearthoven
Matt Evans (drums, percussion) Karl Larson (piano) Pat Swoboda (acoustic bass)
Cutting edge new music trio Bearthoven premieres new music by members of Gutbucket and others.


11/20 Thursday
8 pm
Gutbucket live record taping
Ty Citerman (guitar) Adam D Gold (drums) Pat Swoboda (bass) Ken Thomson (alto saxophone)
Gutbucket 2015 live record taping plus music from 2011 CD "Flock".

10 pm
Gutbucket No Ink
Ty Citerman (guitar) Adam D Gold (drums) Pat Swoboda (bass) Ken Thomson (saxophone) Kaoru Watanabe (flute, fue), Stephanie Richards (trumpet) James Ilgenfritz (bass) Lukas Ligeti (drums) Eyal Maoz (guitar)
A special set of improvisations.


11/21 Friday
8 pm
Gutbucket live record taping
Ty Citerman (guitar) Adam D Gold (drums) Pat Swoboda (bass) Ken Thomson (alto saxophone)
Gutbucket 2015 live record taping plus music from 2009 CD "A Modest Proposal".

10 pm
Gutbucket movie night with "Night Mail" and "The Magic Life of Milarepa"
Ty Citerman (guitar) Adam D Gold (drums) Pat Swoboda (bass) Ken Thomson (alto saxophone)
Reprising two rarely heard Gutbucket live scores -- Ken Thomson's score for the film "Night Mail," commissioned by the True/False Film Festival, an early documentary about the overnight express mail train connecting Scotland and the UK featuring text by W.H. Auden. Plus, Ty Citerman and Eric Rockwin's score to the "Magic Life of Milarepa," commissioned by the Rubin Museum of Art, featuring panel projections of the Eva Van Dam comic book of the same name.


11/22 Saturday
8 pm
Gutbucket live record taping
Ty Citerman (guitar) Adam D Gold (drums) Pat Swoboda (bass) Ken Thomson (alto saxophone)
Gutbucket 2015 live record taping plus music from 2006 CD "Sludge Test".

10 pm
Bop Kabbalah
Ty Citerman (guitar) Adam D Gold (drums) Ken Thomson (bass clarinet) Ben Holmes (trumpet)
Guitarist Ty Citerman's quartet of original Jewish music for Tzadik Records.


11/23 Sunday
8 pm
Gutbucket live record taping
Ty Citerman (guitar) Adam D Gold (drums) Pat Swoboda (bass) Ken Thomson (alto saxophone)
Gutbucket 2015 live record taping plus music from 2001 CD "InsomniacsDream" and 2004 CD "Dry Humping the American Dream".

10 pm
Gutbucket Chamber Orchestra (the finale)
Ty Citerman (guitar) Adam D Gold (drums) Pat Swoboda (bass) Ken Thomson (alto saxophone) Todd Reynolds (violin) Ashley Bathgate (cello) Peter Hess, Mike McGinnis (woodwinds), Greta Gertler (keyboards) and Yoshie Fruchter (guitar)!

GUTBUCKET VIDEOS

"It's a squealing, shrieking, head-banging and punk-inflected free-for-all that manages to suss out moments of real melody and beauty."
- Alarm Press








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