Boris Hauf – Sax
D Bayne – Piano
Martin Siewert – Electronics
out soon on Monotype Records
Jason Molina is one of my big musical heroes. I was truly saddened to learn of his untimely passing.
This is for him.
Thanks to the team of Kule, Berlin for inviting me to perform at Labor Sonor and my two buddies – Tom Meadowcroft and Steve Heather, them beauties.
Berlin, KuLe – Labor Sonor, April 15, 2013.
If you;ve had enough circular breathing solo sax multiphonics, drones n trills you’re not only a loser but can also jump to minute 10 for juicy vocals and backing harmonies.
“[…] On Next Delusion by Berlin-based saxophonist Boris Hauf, […] forms […] an even more unconventional lineup. There can be few instrumentations that are completely novel, but three horns matched with three drumsets recalls few precedents. Waxed on one of the German’s regular trips to Chicago, Hauf has assembled a talented crew, though their abilities are almost totally sublimated to the leader’s offbeat conceptions.
For much of the time, the three percussionists (Frank Rosaly, Steven Hess and Michael Hartman) are so restrained as to be subliminal and the horns (Keefe Jackson, alongside Stein and Hauf) aren’t much more demonstrative. It’s largely impossible to tell who does what in the four tracks, which defy categorization in their execution of Hauf’s austere and rigorous charts. Dissonant unisons and subdued drones characterize the horn lines, which often sound on a parallel but unconnected track to the rumbling massed drums. Ultimately it’s a curiosity that sounds like nothing else.”
The New York City Jazz Record
NEW YORK’s ONLY HOMEGROWN JAZZ GAZETTE
original review in croation here.
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Boris Hauf Chicago Sextet ‘Next Delusion’ – sound set out in the iris of the eye
Boris Hauf Sextet ‘Next Delusion’
Haufov Chicago sextet Next Delusion three wind players and three drummers, in the first series bass clarinetist Jason Stein , and saxophonists Hauf (tenor, baritone) and Keefe Jackson (tenor, bass clarinet), while in the second Frank Rosaly , Michael Hartmann and Steven Hess , respectively drummers.
Connection Chicago and Berlin is not sporadic, because at the time before it was Jeb Bishop left the electric guitar to be devoted entirely to the trombone, Art Institute of Chicago has organized a major event dedicated tuvanskoj singer Sainkho Namtchylak inhabited in Vienna, where the Chicago quartet performing guitarists Werner Daefeldeckera . And judging by the recordings are from 1991. year on YouTube, it seems that it was Boris Taba. Ahead Viennese moving to Berlin at the beginning of the millennium Hauf mapped sound EAI label Durian, Mego, Grave and Extraplatte, along with colleagues from the collectiveKlingt . Electrification of experience gained in the sound texture group Efzeg with Saks, synthesizers and computer harnessed to work with the American trio TV Pow, lap-gunner, in which in addition to a Hartmann opskurnija names.
Sextet moving aesthetic minimalist sound, even before the reductionist, in the introductory “Gregory Grant Machine” frequency point are established from the rainy strikes by cymbals and mikrovizatorskih winds that slowly heat up the intoxicating drone collective timbre spreading aura solar orgasm. In “Eighteen Ghost Roads” suggestive atmosphere is indicated akordnim voicinzima three winds, followed by the massive crowds refined drumming.
In polikromatskoj “Fame and Riches” idea is enshrined in the iris of the eye with a provocative voice, saxophone playing a double role, the soloist and the first one to vote almost chamber orchestra. And although they are invasive in “Wayward Lanes”, the listener is also not required to take care of every detail.Crawl under his skin – that! – Leaving him at a distance to the sound discretion cope.
(Clean Feed, 2012).
Type Jeraj Sundays from 22:00 to 24:00 hours editing and hosting the show ‘Hearing deception’ on Radio 808th
The 3 level parking garage in the center of Berlin, in which my beloved studio is located, will be blown up and torn to pieces come January 1, 2013. No kidding… I’ve been saying good bye to the place these last weeks, recording on the ramps and levels of the actual parking garage. Awesome Sauce Songs and Sounds with Loves It! from Austin, Texas and my ancient buddy Kurt Johnson on bass and most recently some Solo Organ Noise Drones…. a tube mic on the ramp, the organ amp pointing into the parking level. here’s the noise. check and if you really really like it, drop me a line. Looks like I’m gonna start a remix project with this recordings with my long time buddies and collaborators Michael Hartman and Adam Sonderberg.
Todd Carter – Vocals, Percussion
Brent Gutzeit – Vocals, Percussion
Michael Hartman – Vocals, Percussion
Boris Hauf – Vocals, Percussion