Ingrid Laubrock - Sonic Spells

Having upped roots from London to Brooklyn a decade ago, the idiosyncratic saxophonist and composer Ingrid Laubrock has gradually made a name for herself on the New York experimental improv scene with a prolific, critically-acclaimed run of solo albums and as a bandmember of avant-garde visionary Anthony Braxton. Inspired by Braxton and last century New Music composers, she makes a grand entry into the epic world of orchestral composition with new release Contemporary Chaos Practices. Selwyn Harris gets the low-down on her inspirational journey from Germany to New York via London and how she's finding compositional order from societical chaos

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