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Randy Peterson Interview : Microtonal Rhythm

Randy Peterson Interview :  Microtonal Rhythm

Ruweh Records (R) : What was your experience like to play with Joe and Mat Maneri? Randy Peterson (P) : I think the idea we had at first would go back to 1988 or 1989, when the music really started happening to a greater degree. And then with each year, into the mid 90s, there’s a lot of things and changes that happened. But the idea that we came up on, the first time we played together, was that we wanted to play exactly what we wanted to play as musicians and then let the chips fall as they will....

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Brazil x New York : Sergio Krakowski and Vitor Gonçalves, in conversation with Todd Neufeld

Brazil x New York : Sergio Krakowski and Vitor Gonçalves, in conversation with Todd Neufeld

Todd Neufeld: What does Brazilian Music mean to you and how does that interface with living in New York? Sergio Krakowski: The first image that came to my mind is an anchor. It’s something that connects me to a certain ground. So I think any expression that I can make or produce, in terms of music, has this point of view. This is intrinsic to anything I play. You know the thing is, it’s not about the reproducing or copying tradition. It’s about having a reference field to anything that I create, and that interaction of ideas is not necessarily...

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RUWEH RECORDS MISSION STATEMENT

Ruweh Records is a Brooklyn based independent record label established in 2015. The label focuses on introducing the selected records with free musical approach: free in the sense of crossing borders of various realms, free in the sense of deconstructing the existing forms, and free in the sense of open-mindness. We aspire to provide our audience with compelling, meaningful music and quality sound. “Ruweh” means footsteps in Ainu, an indigenous language of Ainu tribe of Japan, which is now at risk of extinguishing. A language that has once been used to express maybe lost one day, but the sound and energy of it will...

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