James Moore plays Matthew Welch – Gorgamor the Giant Gecko on #neuguitars #blog

James Moore plays “Gorgamor the Giant Gecko” by Matthew Welch on the 5-string banjo. Moore is a New York based guitarist and multi-instrumentalist, Welch is a composer and virtuoso of the highland bagpipe who is also involved with free improvisation and balinese gamelan — The result is a beautiful hybrid with influences from Indonesian, Scottish…

#Recensione di Dither, Dither, Henceforth records, 2010 su #neuguitars #blog

Recensione di Dither, Dither, Henceforth records, 2010 Incomincia in maniera quasi innocente questo cd, diversi secondi si suoni tenui e impalpabili, quasi glitch sfocati in lontananza, costringono a elevare la soglia dell’attenzione,a guardare il minutaggio sul lettore, a chiedersi se non sia il caso di alzare il volume … non fatelo, dopo quasi un minuti…

#podcast James Moore: Strings and Things on #neuguitars #blog

The podcast goes unplugged this week! Our host, Patrick Grant is in the front parlor with James Moore of the Dither Guitar Quartet. They’ve got National and Ovation acoustic guitars and they intend to use them. We’ll find out how James made it from the San Francisco Bay Area to the new music scene here in New…

#Review of Dither by Dither, HenceForth records, 2010

Review of Dither by Dither, HenceForth records, 2010 This cd begins in almost innocent way, several seconds of soft and impalpable, almost glitch sounds lost in a distance, force to raise the threshold of the attention, to look at the timing on the cd player, to wonder if we should rise the volume … please…

#video James Moore: The Hunt for Sonic Solutions on #neuguitars #blog

James Moore: The Hunt for Sonic Solutions With three guitars, fifteen balloons, a talking doll, and a serious commitment, composer and guitarist James Moore recorded John Zorn’s The Book of Heads, a challenging collection of 35 etudes now available on a CD/DVD set from Tzadik.