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Old 04.05.2013, 11:31 PM   #77
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I hit the newsstand today, and was flipping through the pages of a very recent issue of Q Magazine. Found a favorable review of Low and Chelsea Light Moving's latest albums, which also included brief interviews with Alan Sparhawk and Thurston Moore, respectively.

Thurston was asked if he has any upcoming releases and he mentioned the Otoroku LP with Alex Ward; the LP on Open Mouth consisting of him and Bill Nace & Joe McPhee; a CD of his and Mats Gustafsson; a CD of his and John Zorn, all of which have been already mentioned in this thread; and he also said there's a record in the works by him with Nels Cline, and certainly a few collaborations with diverse musicians related more with improvisation than with anything else, or something along those lines.

I didn't buy the magazine, though.
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