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interviews:

Rui Eduardo Paes Interviews
Revue & Corrigee
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CD reviews:

Startling Moniker
Kathodik
All About Jazz Italia
Sands-zine
Ragazzi
Gaz-Eta
tokafi
NewMusicBox
The Stranger
Vital Weekly
JazzoSphere
Signal to Noise
Ventrilocution
"revue & corrigée
Altar Magazine
Chain D.L.K.
Signal to Noise
Altar Magazine
kitty magik
Splendid Magazine
Aiding & Abetting
Vital Weekly
Touching Extremes
Improvijazzation Nation
Jackal Blaster Zine
"revue & corrigée
Liability Webzine
Infratunes
Bad Alchemy
The Wire
absurd (greece)
auf abwegen (de)
aiding and abetting
all about jazz
aaj italia
all-music guide
ampersand etcetera
aural innovations
cadence
coda
ear peace
the independent mind
improvijazzation nation
jackal blaster zine
jazz weekly
jazzosphere
kathodik
la folia
left off the dial
one final note
opprobrium
paris transatlantic
rise and reverberate
signal to noise
skylight
sonoloco
splendid e-zine
stylus magazine
tango (lithiuania)
touching extremes
vesty (russian/israel)
vital weekly
the wire


radio/internet airplay:

KAOS, CKLN, KDHX, KDVS, KFJC, KKUP, KPFA, KUNM, KUSF, KWVA, KZSU, WCKS, WEFT, WFMU, WMBR, WNUR, WOMR, WRCT... Aural Innovations Radio, Borderline, free103point9, Free Radio Santa Cruz, sound scape, taran's Free Jazz hour, Under The Pavement, Resonance104.4fm, Comander & Cheif Radio, Darkness Drops Again on Radio AKROPOLIS, DIYmedia.net

 

SOME EXCERPTS from recent reviews
"Guitarist Chris Forsyth has been an illuminating presence on the NYC free rock scene for the past couple of years." --The WIRE, March 2001

"Ernesto is by now to be considered one of the most attentive, ear-opening, brain-splitting creatives in the new music scene."--Massimo Ricci, Touching Extremes.

"there is a uniquness to this duo's work which sets it apart from any other" --Steven Loewy, All Music Guide

"He makes a dangerous playmate." --The WIRE, August 2002

"a minimalist with an expanded sense of scale" -- Time Out NY

"A fantastic and unfolding avant-garde work, this is recommended for followers of Zorn's Tzadik label, particularly the Composers Series, and it certainly one the most exciting releases from Pax."--Jackal Blaster E- Zine

"If musicians hip to Eugene Chadbourne formed a Spontaneous Music Ensemble cover-band, they might sound like Rev.99"  --  Ben Watson, The Wire

"cautiously sculpted shapes and frenetic eruptions on the borders of unruliness (The Abstractions). "  --  Julian Cowley, The WIRE

"...runs the gamut from frazzled plink and skitter to shifting atmospheric synth tones."   --  Edward Gray, The Independent Mind

"Bennett's bold jazz gestures apply strong improvisation along with commanding control over an instrument that has seen few true masters in the course of its history."  --  Andrew Magilow, Splendid E-Zine

"If you've played a game on the Atari Lynx, you've probably seen the credit, "Music by Lx Rudis" and wondered "Who is this guy with the strange name and strange glasses?" Wonder no more!"   --  Gregory D. George, The Atari Times


 

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