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Man Forever (US)

Drummer, composer and improviser John Colpitts aka Kid Millions founded Man Forever in 2010 as a vehicle for his more experimental compositional ideas. Since the founding of the ensemble Colpitts has released three albums and toured throughout the US and Europe. Man Forever compositions are vehicles through which the performer will discover and contemplate the limits of his or her physical and conscious selves. The experience of performing and hearing these compositions will be similar in their contradictions; they are at once relentless and meditative. Performers with the group have included Brian Chase, Richard Hoffman, Ryan Sawyer, James McNew, SR Palm, Chris Baio, Shahin Motia, and Greg Fox. Read more on . User-contributed t...

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John Chantler (UK)

Resident of Brisbane, rural Japan and now South London, John Chantler has developed his sound from organic electronics to his current interests in exploratory electro-acoustics, messy guitars and a loose spin on rhythm. With releases out on Room40, Piehead, Fat Cat and his own Inventing Zero label, John's kept performing alongside Mum, Janek Schaefer, DJ Olive, Ami Yoshida, Taku Sugimoto - and most recently, Tujiko Noriko... Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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Katt Hernandez

Katt Hernandez (May 16, 1974 - ) is a violinist living in Stockholm, Sweden with strong connection to Boston, Massachussetts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Baltimore, Maryland. Katt's violin playing employs many virtuostic extended techniques, as well as microtones. Her influences range a vast gamut of music, and her own work is entirely improvised. She has been noted for her unique playing in many publications and on-line review sites, including Cadence Magazine, Signal to Noise, Arthur Magazine and All About Jazz.

As a teenager, she attended Community High School, an alternative, experimental school that was in her hometown of Ann Arbor, Michigan. She was admitted to the University of Michigan in 1992, and was among the fir...

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