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JEAN-LUC GUIONNET ET LE GGRIL – TATOUAGES MIROIR 2020
MÜLLER/NORMAND/VRBA – TRICHE 2020
KAZE & IKUE MORI – SAND STORM 2020
TOC & DAVE REMPIS – CLOSED FOR SAFETY REASONS 2020
TOC – INDOOR 2020
STEFAN ORINS – SUMMER’S HOPES 2020
GGRIL – PLAYS INGRID LAUBROCK 2020
ABDOU/DANG/ORINS – LESCENCE/GMATIQUE 2020
ZOUBEK/CRUZ/WITKOWSKI – RADIUM 2019
FAVREUILLE/MOTURY/ORINS – TILL MINA VÄNNER 2019
PETER ORINS – HAPPENED BY ACCIDENT 2019
GGRIL – FAÇONS 2019
UN ENSEMBLE – POINTS SANS SURFACE 2019
GARBOWSKI / CRUZ / ORINS – LINES OF FLUX 2018
RENÉ LUSSIER QUINTETTE 2018
BRÛLEZ LES MEUBLES 2018
KAZE – ATODY MAN 2018
TOC – WILL NEVER PLAY THESE SONGS AGAIN 2018
LOUIX MINUS XVI – DE ANIMA 2017
FALTER BRAMNK – GLASSICAL MUSIC 2017
STEFAN ORINS TRIO – THE MIDDLE WAY 2017
IVANN CRUZ – LIGNES DE FUITE 2017
TROUBLE KAZE – JUNE 2016
WEI3 – SINGLA/GARBOWSKI/ORINS – KALIKO 2016
TOC & THE COMPULSIVE BRASS – AIR BUMP 2016
THOMAS GRIMMONPREZ TRIO – KALEIDOSCOPE 2016
BI-KI ? – QUELQUE CHOSE AU MILIEU 2016
JEAN-LUC GUIONNET – PLUGGED INCLINATIONS 2016
TERNOY/CRUZ/ORINS – QEQERTARSUATSIAAT 2015
SAKAY – ANTIPODES 2015
OUTRE MESURE – LA LIGNE PERDUE 2015
KAZE – UMINARI 2015
TOC – HAIRCUT 2014
QUARTET BASE – LE DIAPASON 2014
STEFAN ORINS TRIO – LIV 2014
CIRCUM GRAND ORCHESTRA – 12 2014
GARBOWSKI – CRUZ QUARTET – RASHOMON EFFECT 2013
PETER ORINS – EMPTY ORCHESTRAS 2013
KAZE – TORNADO 2013
LA PIEUVRE & CIRCUM GR. ORCHESTRA – FELDSPATH 2013
[nu] 2013
JÉRÉMIE TERNOY TRIO – BILL 2012
FLU(O) – ENCORE REMUANTS 2012
TOC – YOU CAN DANCE (IF YOU WANT) 2012
THOMAS TILLY & JEAN-LUC GUIONNET – STONES, AIR, AXIOMS 2012
MAHIEUX “FAMILY LIFE” QUARTET – PEAUX D’ÂMES 2011
VAZYTOUILLE 2011
KAZE – RAFALE 2011
OLIVIER BENOIT – SERENDIPITY 2011
STEFAN ORINS TRIO – STÖT 2010
CHRISTIAN PRUVOST – IPTERAVOX 2009
ARSIS -DÉSORDRES 2010
CIRCUM GRAND ORCHESTRA – LE RAVISSEMENT 2009
TERNOY/CRUZ/ORINS – LE GORILLE 2009
QUARTET BASE – ALLO ? 2009
LA GRANDE PEREZADE – URBAN BUSH 2008
HUÉ/CIRCUM – BAI HAT 2008
HAPPY HOUSE – INOXYDABLE 2008
LA PIEUVRE – ELLIPSE 2007
LA PIEUVRE – 1999-2005 2010
STEFAN ORINS TRIO – BONHEUR TEMPORAIRE 2006
CIRCUM GRAND ORCHESTRA 2005
STEFAN ORINS TRIO – NATT RESA 2004
IMPRESSION – LE BÉNÉFICE DU DOUTE 2004
HAPPY HOUSE 2000

International Cooperative Quartet Kaze Meets Laptop Wizard Ikue Mori 
On New CD Sand Storm

“Intense and playful, down-to-earth and international, Kaze communicates in a musical language of contrasts and continuity.”—Virginia Schaefer, JazzTimes

“If you think you can imagine what piano, drums, and two trumpets will sound like, think again.” ― Derk Richardson, KPFA Radio

On Sand Storm, Kaze – the cooperative quartet featuring Japanese composer-pianist Satoko Fujii and trumpeter Natsuki Tamura along with French trumpeter Christian Pruvost and drummer Peter Orins – welcomes pioneering laptop player Ikue Mori as a special guest. It’s no easy task for a band that’s been together for 10 years to add a player without upsetting a well-developed group balance, but the merger proves to be a natural one. Sand Storm’s vibrant collective improvisations and brilliant soloing make this a highpoint in the life of the band. “I knew Kaze would sound great with Ikue,” says Fujii, “but I have to say it turned out even better than I imagined it would. She brought fresh, new sounds to the band and a very strong feeling.”

For Fujii, Mori was a natural choice for a special guest. “While Kaze was on tour in Europe in spring 2019, Peter got an offer for us to play at the Sons d’Hiver Festival in Paris in January 2020,” she remembers. “They also said we could invite a special guest. When I heard this, I had this strong feeling that Ikue would fit great in the group. I could feel it. It is hard to explain, but I knew it would work. I told Peter and he loved the idea.”

A one-week tour in Austria, France, and Russia was set up for early 2020 and Fujii’s intuition proved correct. “We only had one short rehearsal right before our first concert in Vienna, but we knew immediately that the music would be great,” she says. “We were all so comfortable. We hadn’t planned on recording together, but we really wanted to after the tour.”

Sand Storm is the result of that collective enthusiasm generated by the tour. From the opening swirl of granular sounds on Pruvost’s “Rivodoza” (a Malagasy word for “hurricane”) that hits the listener with coordinated intensity, it’s clear this is a deeply attuned quintet. The subtle little details, rapidly changing timbres, and the ease with which everyone interacts indicate a group in which each member is selflessly dedicated to creating vivid, organic improvisations. Similar passages of highly musical sound abstraction also highlight “Kappa” and “Noir Soir.”  Three short collective improvisations also showcase their strong intuitive bond as a group. Their command of extended techniques for their respective instruments often makes it’s hard to tell whether a sound is acoustic or electronic.

Each member of Kaze contributes distinctive compositions that provide frameworks for individual solos as well as collective interaction. On Tamura’s “Kappa,” Tamura takes a bravura turn, ranging freely through lyricism, soft tones, high wails, percussive notes, and humorous sounds. Pruvost follows with his own unique blend of pure sound and musical notes. Fujii’s dark and urgent piano highlights “Noir Soir.” Mori, whose presence is felt strongly throughout the album, solos eloquently on Orins’ “Noir Poplar.”

“I love playing with both Kaze and Ikue because they think of the music first, not themselves,” Fujii says.


Le quartet international Kaze rencontre la magicienne du laptop Ikue Mori 
Sur le nouveau CD Sand Storm

“Intense et ludique, terre-à-terre et international, Kaze communique dans un langage musical de contrastes et de continuité” – Virginia Schaefer, JazzTimes

“Si vous pensez pouvoir imaginer à quoi ressembleront piano, batterie et deux trompettes, détrompez-vous.” – Derk Richardson, KPFA Radio

Sur Sand Storm, Kaze – le quartet avec les japonais Satoko Fujii (piano) et Natsuki Tamura (trompette), ainsi que les français Christian Pruvost (trompette) et Peter Orins (batterie) – accueille la pionnière du laptop Ikue Mori en tant qu’invitée spéciale. Ce n’est pas une tâche facile pour une formation qui joue ensemble depuis 10 ans d’ajouter un instrumentiste sans bouleverser l’équilibre du groupe, mais la fusion s’avère être naturelle. Les vibrantes improvisations collectives de Sand Storm et ses brillants solos font de cette réunion un moment fort dans la vie du groupe. “Je savais que Kaze sonnerait bien avec Ikue”, dit Fujii, “mais je dois dire que cela s’est avéré encore mieux que ce que j’avais imaginé. Elle a apporté des sons frais et nouveaux au groupe et une sensibilité très forte”.

Pour Fujii, Mori était un choix naturel. “Alors que Kaze était en tournée en Europe au printemps 2019, Peter a reçu une offre pour que nous jouions au festival Sons d’Hiver à Paris en janvier 2020”, se souvient-elle. “Ils nous ont proposé d’inviter un musicien. Quand j’ai entendu cela, j’ai pensé qu’Ikue s’intégrerait très bien dans le groupe. Je le sentais bien. C’est difficile à expliquer, mais je savais que ça marcherait. Je l’ai dit à Peter et il a adoré l’idée”.

Une tournée d’une semaine en Autriche, en France et en Russie a été mise en place pour le début de l’année 2020 et l’intuition de Fuji s’est avérée juste. “Nous n’avons eu qu’une courte répétition juste avant notre premier concert à Vienne, mais nous avons tout de suite su que la musique serait géniale”, dit-elle. “Nous étions tous si à l’aise. Nous n’avions pas prévu d’enregistrer ensemble, mais c’était évident après la tournée”.

Sand Storm est le résultat de cet enthousiasme collectif généré par la tournée. Dès le premier tourbillon de sons granuleux de “Rivodoza” de Pruvost (un mot malgache pour “ouragan”) qui frappe l’auditeur avec une intensité coordonnée, il est clair qu’il s’agit d’un quintet profondément accordé. Les petits détails subtils, les timbres qui changent rapidement et la facilité avec laquelle tout le monde interagit indiquent un groupe dont chaque membre se consacre de manière désintéressée à la création d’improvisations vivantes et organiques. Des passages similaires d’une abstraction sonore très musicale illuminent aussi “Kappa” et “Noir Soir”.  Trois courtes improvisations collectives mettent également en évidence leur lien intuitif fort en tant que groupe. Leur maîtrise de techniques étendues sur leurs instruments respectifs fait qu’il est souvent difficile de dire si un son est acoustique ou électronique.

Chaque membre de Kaze apporte ses compositions qui fournissent un cadre pour les solos individuels ainsi que pour l’interaction collective. Sur “Kappa”, on assiste à un tour de force de Tamura, qui va librement du lyrisme à la douceur, en passant par les gémissements, les notes percussives et les sons humoristiques. Pruvost suit avec son propre mélange unique de sons purs et de notes. Le piano sombre et urgent de Fujii met en valeur “Noir Soir”. Mori, dont la présence est fortement ressentie tout au long de l’album, se produit en soliste avec éloquence sur “Noir Poplar” d’Orins.

“J’aime jouer avec Kaze et Ikue parce qu’ils pensent d’abord à la musique, pas à eux-mêmes”, dit Fujii.


All music by Kaze & Ikue Mori

Recorded on February 12,  2020 by Max Ross and Mike Marciano of System Two at the Samurai Hotel Recording Studio (New York City – USA).
Mix and edit Peter Orins. Mastered by Mike Marciano.
Cover photo and graphic design by Peter Orins. Inside photo by Max Ross.

Available in CD (digifile cover), FLAC HD (96kHz/24bits) and mp3

Produced by Circum-Disc and Libra Records


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TOC & DAVE REMPIS – CLOSED FOR SAFETY REASONS 2020
Toc invited Dave Rempis to join the trio in February 2018 for the release concert of “Will Never Play These Songs Again” at the malterie, Lille France. The meeting is instantaneous, the agreement immediate. Could it be otherwise?
The saxophonist is today a Chicago free-jazz figure, after having studied ethnomusicology in Ghana, which is reflected in his Percussion Quartet where his stormy saxophones blow on the embers of untenable rhythms. But it was within the Vandermark 5 that he made his name, before embarking on his own projects such as The Engines, Ballister or the various bands we find on his label Aerophonic.
Toc like not to define themselves… Tirelessly searching since their creation in 2008 where the practice of improvisation will lead them, the three musicians multiply forms and encounters, like to get lost in aesthetics and styles, disturb the landmarks. As their name seems to indicate, Toc’s members are quite obsessive and even compulsive. Their frenetic, ritualized but non-contagious behaviors bring the listener in a hectic space-time before bringing him back to the mainland in a more or less troubled state.
In addition to their taste for improvisation without barriers or eyes, Toc and Dave Rempis share a communicative energy and power, play the density and the organic and joyful trance.

The album “Closed For Safety Reasons” was produced as part of a tour in November 2019 that took them from Amsterdam to the South of France, via la malterie where they had a day to record and perform a concert, inviting the saxophonist Sakina Abdou from the Muzzix collective to join them on a track that can be found on the CD.


Toc invite Dave Rempis à se joindre au trio en février 2018 lors du concert de sortie du disque « Will Never Play These Songs Again » à la malterie à Lille. La rencontre est instantanée, l’entente immédiate. Pouvait il en être autrement ? 
Le saxophoniste est aujourd’hui une figure du free-jazz de Chicago, après avoir poursuivi une formation d’ethnomusicologie au Ghana, dont se ressent son Percussion Quartet où ses orageux saxophones soufflent sur la braise de rythmes intenables. Mais c’est au sein du Vandermark 5 qu’il s’est fait connaître, avant de se lancer dans ses propres projets comme The Engines, Ballister ou les différents groupes que l’on retrouve sur son label Aerophonic.
Le trio Toc quant à lui aime à ne pas se définir… Avec pour seule balise l’improvisation depuis la création du trio en 2008, les trois musiciens multiplient les formes et les rencontres, aiment se perdre dans les esthétiques et les styles, perturbent les repères. Comme leur nom semble l’indiquer, les membres de Toc sont plutôt obsessionnels voire compulsifs. Leurs comportements frénétiques, ritualisés mais non contagieux accompagnent l’auditeur dans un espace-temps en effervescence avant de le ramener à la terre ferme dans un état plus ou moins trouble. 
Outre leur goût de l’improvisation sans barrière ni oeillère, Toc et Dave Rempis partagent une énergie et une puissance communicative, jouent la densité et la transe organique et jubilatoire. 

Le disque « Closed For Safety Reasons » a été réalisé dans le cadre d’une tournée en novembre 2019 qui les a emmenés d’Amsterdam à la Drôme, en passant par la malterie où ils ont profité d’une journée pour enregistrer et faire un concert, invitant la saxophoniste du collectif Muzzix Sakina Abdou à se joindre à eux sur un titre que l’on retrouve sur le CD.


All music composed by Toc & Dave Rempis (& Sakina Abdou for “Temporary Lease)

Recorded on November 11,  2019 at la malterie (Lille – France).
Mix and master Peter Orins.

Available in Vinyl, CD (digifile cover), FLAC HD (96kHz/24bits) and mp3

Produced by Circum-Disc, Do It Youssef! & Tour de Bras


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In April 2019, Toc performs its first North American road-trip, and between the Canadian snow and the Baltimore humidity, appears for the 3 musicians the desire to come back to record in a studio. They hadn’t had a chance to do so since the recording of You Can Dance (If You Want) (2012), focusing on instantaneous and live composition: the band’s music is shaped with the audience.
So they locked themselves up, before anyone else, in September 2019 for a few days in the Aveyron countryside, where ideas were thrown away, built and deconstructed, always improvised but triturated, arranged, amplified. Always eager to amalgamate sounds and styles, the trio unravels its influences and other bad habits by allowing itself to experiment. Pulse, breath, troubled perspectives, Toc’s psychotropic music crosses the styles we vainly try to attach to it: kraut, post-rock, jazz-core, drone… If energy and electricity are always present, suspensive daydreams also appear, magnetic ambiences where electronics and acoustics mix.

A variety record, therefore, in its first sense, where we see other possibilities for these explorative and enthusiast musicians.


En avril 2019, Toc effectue son premier road-trip nord-américain, et entre la neige canadienne et l’humidité de Baltimore nait l’envie pour les 3 musiciens de revenir à l’exercice de la musique enregistrée en studio. Ils ne s’y étaient pas frottés depuis l’enregistrement de You Can Dance (If You Want) (2012), privilégiant depuis l’instantané et la composition en direct : la musique du groupe se façonne avec le public. 
Ils s’enferment donc, avant tout le monde, en septembre 2019 pour quelques jours dans la campagne aveyronnaise, où les idées sont jetées, construites et déconstruites, toujours improvisées mais triturées, arrangées, amplifiées. Toujours avides d’amalgamer les sons et les styles, le trio détricote ses influences et autres mauvaises habitudes en s’autorisant toutes les expérimentations. Pulsion, souffle, trouble des perspectives, la musique psychotrope de Toc chevauche les genres qu’on tente vainement de lui attacher : kraut, post-rock, jazz-core, drone… Si l’énergie et l’électricité sont toujours bien présentes, apparaissent aussi des rêveries suspensives, ambiances magnétiques où se mélangent l’électronique et l’acoustique.

Un disque de variété donc, dans son sens premier, où l’on entrevoit d’autres possibles pour ces musiciens toujours explorateurs et enthousiastes.


All music composed by Toc

Recorded on September 23-26,  2019 in Bibal (Aveyron – France).
Mix and master Peter Orins.
Artwork : “Présences” by Jérôme Minard

Available in Vinyl, CD (digifile cover), FLAC HD (96kHz/24bits) and mp3

Produced by Circum-Disc, Do It Youssef!, Tandori Records & Les Clampins d’abord


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Summer’s Hopes is a painting from Patricia Jeanne Delmotte, that inspired me these 12 improvisations. Painted during summer 2018 in the heart of her garden, she was inspired by nature, with its colors, lights and the emotions it provides.

The point was not for this artist to reproduce a landscape or to represent flowers, plants and trees, but rather an attempt to translate, through abstraction, the impression left by nature. On March 2019, sound engineer Benoit Ganoote offered me to record piano solo improvisations. Looking at the painting on the wall in front of me, I improvised, trying to give an account through music of what the painting produced on me…

Patricia Jeanne Delmotte and Stefan Orins have formed an unusual artistic duo since 2008, while one is painting and the other plays the piano. Their complicity and their obstinacy to advance in their respective art and in their common project constantly push them to sharpen their listening and their vision. They cultivate a fertile ground for improvisation in their duo called «Bonheur Temporaire» (named after an album by Stefan Orins Trio). They do not hesitate to embark on various experiments such as residencies, show openings or visual concerts to establish a living contact with the audience.


12 improvisations en piano solo inspirées de la toile « Summer’s Hopes » de Patricia Jeanne Delmotte

« Summer’s Hopes », une peinture de Patricia Jeanne Delmotte, a été la source d’inspiration de ces 12 improvisations. Peinte au cours de l’été 2018 au cœur de son jardin, cette artiste a été inspirée par la nature, avec ses couleurs, ses lumières et les émotions qu’elle procure.
Il ne s’agissait pas pour elle de reproduire un paysage ou de représenter des fleurs, des plantes et des arbres, mais plutôt d’essayer de traduire, par l’abstraction, l’impression laissée par la nature. En mars 2019, l’ingénieur du son Benoit Ganoote m’a proposé d’enregistrer des improvisations en piano solo. Face à la peinture accrochée sur le mur, j’ai improvisé en essayant de traduire en musique ce que cette magnifique toile produisait sur moi…

Patricia Jeanne Delmotte et Stefan Orins forment un duo artistique atypique depuis 2008, tandis que l’un peint et l’autre joue du piano. Leur complicité et leur obstination à avancer dans leur art respectif et dans leur projet commun les poussent constamment à aiguiser leur écoute et leur vision. Ils cultivent un terrain fertile pour l’improvisation dans leur duo appelé « Bonheur Temporaire » (d’après le titre du second album du Stefan Orins Trio). Ils n’hésitent pas à se lancer dans des expérimentations diverses comme des résidences, vernissages ou concerts visuels pour établir un contact vivant avec le public.


All music composed by Stefan Orins
Recorded at home on March 12, 13, 14 2019 by Benoît Ganoote. Mix and cd-master Benoit Ganoote.
Cover Photo “Summer’s Hopes” painting by Patricia Delmotte. Artwork by Stefan Orins.

Available in CD (digifile cover), FLAC and mp3.

Produced by Circum-Disc & Stefan Orins

Le GGRIL is a motley horde of improvised music enthusiasts in the small Quebec town of Rimouski.
Each year, the group invites 3 to 4 composers of all trends to create new works with it.
After John Butcher, Caroline Kraabel, Jean Derome and Frédéric Blondy, the group welcomed German-American composer Ingrid Laubrock in November 2018.
A close collaborator of Anthony Braxton and a pillar of the New York scene, Ingrid Laubrock took the group into new, less abstract territory than usual.

The album brings together 3 of the 5 pieces created with her.


Le GGRIL est une horde hétéroclite de passionnés d’improvisation sévissant dans la petite ville québécoise de Rimouski.
Chaque année, le groupe convie de 3 à 4 compositeurs de toutes les tendances pour créer de nouvelles oeuvres avec lui.
Après, John Butcher, Caroline Kraabel, Jean Derome ou Frédéric Blondy, le groupe recevait en novembre 2018 la compositrice germano-américaine Ingrid Laubrock.
Proche collaboratrice d’Anthony Braxton et pilier de la scène New Yorkaise, Ingrid Laubrock a entraîné le groupe dans des contrés nouvelles, moins abstraites qu’à leur habitude.

L’album réunit 3 des 5 pièces créées avec elle.


All music composed by Ingrid Laubrock

Recorded at Salle Desjardins-Telus à Rimouski (QC – Canada) on October 27 – 2018 by Val Bernatchez.
Mix Robin Servant.
Mastering Paul Dolden.
Artwork : Olivier Blot.
Graphic design : Marie-Pierre Morin.

Available in CD (digifile cover), FLAC and mp3

Produced by Circum-Disc & Tour de Bras


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We collect Device Information using the following technologies:

“Cookies” are data files that are placed on your device or computer and often include an anonymous unique identifier. For more information about cookies, and how to disable cookies, visit allaboutcookies.org.

“Log files” track actions occurring on the Site, and collect data including your IP address, browser type, Internet service provider, referring/exit pages, and date/time stamps.

“Web beacons”, “tags”, and “pixels” are electronic files used to record information about how you browse the Site.

Additionally when you make a purchase or attempt to make a purchase through the Site, we collect certain information from you, including your name, billing address, shipping address, payment information (including credit card numbers or PayPal information), email address, and phone number. We refer to this information as “Order Information”.

When we talk about “Personal Information” in this Privacy Policy, we are talking both about Device Information and Order Information.

How Do We Use Your Personal Information?

We use the Order Information that we collect generally to fulfill any orders placed through the Site (including processing your payment information, arranging for shipping, and providing you with invoices and/or order confirmations). Additionally, we use this Order Information to:

  • Communicate with you;
  • Screen our orders for potential risk or fraud; and
  • When in line with the preferences you have shared with us, provide you with information or advertising relating to our products or services.

These communications are only sent to customers or subscribers who have opted in to receive them.
We use the Device Information that we collect to help us screen for potential risk and fraud (in particular, your IP address), and more generally to improve and optimize our Site (for example, by generating analytics about how our customers browse and interact with the Site, and to assess the success of our marketing and advertising campaigns).

Sharing Your Personal Information

We do not share your Personal Information with third parties.

Finally, we may share your Personal Information to comply with applicable laws and regulations, to respond to a subpoena, search warrant or other lawful request for information we receive, or to otherwise protect our rights.

Do Not Track

Please note that we do not alter our Site’s data collection and use practices when we see a Do Not Track signal from your browser.

Your Rights

If you are a European resident, you have the right to access personal information we hold about you and to ask that your personal information be corrected, updated, or deleted. If you would like to exercise this right, please contact us through the contact information below.

Additionally, if you are a European resident we note that we are processing your information in order to fulfill contracts we might have with you (for example if you make an order through the Site), or otherwise to pursue our legitimate business interests listed above. Additionally, please note that your information will be transferred outside of Europe, including to Canada and the United States.

Data Retention

When you place an order through the Site, we will maintain your Order Information for our records unless and until you ask us to delete this information.

Changes

We may update this privacy policy from time to time in order to reflect, for example, changes to our practices or for other operational, legal or regulatory reasons.

Contact Us

If you have questions about this privacy policy, please contact us by using the contact form.