Cyanotype will celebrate the release of their debut album Two Silent Schnauzers Wednesday, September 7 at 8:30pm at Arcana in Durham, NC.
Two Silent Schnauzers was one of Avant Music News’ Picks of the Week, and the Indy Week says of the album: “The album’s pieces scrape and squeak, yip and wail, to odd and occasionally unsettling ends. Cyanotype requires close listening, but lean in, and you’ll be fascinated by every detail.”
There is a $5 suggested donation, which gets you a download card of the album. Hope to see you there.
It’s here folks, the debut album from Cyanotype, Two Silent Schnauzers.
Featuring a stellar quartet of adventurous improvisers—Dan Ruccia, viola; Chris Eubank, cello; Laurent Estoppey, saxophone; Chris Robinson, saxophone—Two Silent Schnauzers is a blazing, fully improvised avant-garde chamber jazz album with echoes and refigurations of Bach and Ayler, Hindemith and Braxton, James Tenney and Evan Parker.
It’s available on a variety of digital outlets, including Bandcamp, iTunes, CD Baby, Google Play, and Amazon.
Cyanotype will celebrate the release of Two Silent Schnauzers at an album release party Wednesday, September 7 at Arcana in Durham, NC.
Cyanotype‘s debut album, Two Silent Schnauzers, will come out August 12 on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, CD Baby, and other digital outlets.
But…we decided to throw it up early on Bandcamp-so get it now! Eight bones gets you over 50 minutes of fully improvised chamber music. You can’t go wrong with that. Be cool, get it now.
If you’re in the Triangle, make sure to stop by the Shed in Durham on Tuesday, July 19, where Cyanotype will open for the experimental rock band JOBS.
Cyanotype – featuring Dan Ruccia on viola, Frank Meadows on bass, Chris Robinson on saxophone, and Heidi Wait on flute – will hit at 9, followed by JOBS.
Check out the event on Facebook and listen to the latest album from JOBS on Bandcamp below.
Hope to see you there.
Cyanotype’s duo/noise incarnation (Dan Ruccia – viola/Chris Robinson – alto and ipad) performed an improvised half hour set at Nighlight in Chapel Hill June 29. Peep the video.