Keith Rowe

Erstwhile Records Announces New Keith Rowe Album

Erstwhile Records Announces New Keith Rowe Album

Erstwhile Records has announced a new album on its ErstClass imprint. The album finds Keith Rowe performing a composition by Frank Abbinanti entitled “City Music.” Rowe performed a piece by the same composer and with the same title on his 1990 album A Dimension Of Perfectly Ordinary Reality. This composition is, however, different despite sharing the same title. Rowe performed the piece in Chicago earlier this decade, a video of which you can see below. Jon Abbey of Erstwhile has stated that the recording that will appear on this new album will be “very different” from what was heard in Chicago. No release date is confirmed as of yet.

Keith Rowe last released an album on Erstwhile in 2017, a collaboration with Michael Pisaro entitled 13 Thirteen. Earlier this year, he released a collaborative album with John Tilbury and Kjell Bjørgeengen on Sofa entitled Sissel.

Mikroton Releases Five New Albums


Mikroton has just released a batch of five new records. All five albums are currently available as digital downloads on their respective Bandcamp pages. The five albums that were released are:

MIKROTON CD 45: Kurt Liedwart / Phil Raymond - Rim
MIKROTON CD 46: Keith Rowe / Martin Küchen - The Bakery
MIKROTON CD 47: Norbert Möslang / Ilia Belorukov / Kurt Liedwart - sale_interiora
MIKROTON CD 48: Strøm (Gaudenz Badrutt / Christian Müller) - X
MIKROTON CD 49: Serge Baghdassarians / Boris Baltschun / Burkhard Beins - Future Perfect

You can find more information about each album on their respective album pages on the Mikroton website, as linked above. You can also stream samples from each album above. Physical copies of each album are currently available for pre-order and will be shipped around March 21st.