ADAM CAINE AND FEDERICO UGHIUS TOUR 2011
Avant garde guitar and drums duo from NYC will tour the country in October and November 2011. This is a collaboration of two NYC players that have a long history in the creative music community of New York. Focusing on dynamics, pulse and textures this project will bring their NYC sound from the East coast to New Mexico.
OCT 27 Pittsburg, PA @ Garfield Artworks 8pm www.garfieldartworks.com
OCT 28 Grand Rapids, MI @ Mexicains Sans Frontieres hugo-claudin.blogspot.com
OCT 29 Chicago, IL (w/ Dan Godston trp) @ Brown Rice www.brownricemusic.org
OCT 30 Chicago, IL @ Hungry Brain umbrellamusic.org
NOV 1 Denver, CO @ West Side Books www.westsidebooks.com
NOV 3 Albuquerque, NM KUNM 89.9FM kunm.org Live Radio Show 1pm
NOV 3 Albuquerque, NM The Projects 3614 High St NE
A guitarist, improvisor and composer, Adam Caine plays primarily jazz and experimental music but has a background in diverse styles from blues to metal to electronic music. Adam fronts the Adam Caine Trio with Tom Blancarte and John Wagner and plays in Eric Eigner's Mysterium and Josh Myer's Big Words.
Adam grew up in Rochester, New York and studied music at the University of Rochester. Since 2000 he has lived in Brooklyn, New York and has played in New York City and throughout the United States. Adam has performed with Connie Crothers, Paul Smoker, Daniel Carter, Ken Filiano, Phil Haynes, Glen Branca, Haale, and the New York Soundpainting Ensemble.
Adam's trio CD's "Thousandfold" (NoBusiness Records, 2009) and "Pipe" (TrueFalse, 2005) received rave reviews in the Wire, Cadence, and All About Jazz. In 2008, Adam was awarded a grant from the Brooklyn Arts council for an improvised performance with visual artist Marjan Moghaddam. As a composer for video art, Adam's music has been featured in over 20 international festivals since 2006.
"Federico Ughi is characteristically splendid, his drums serving as much more than a rhythmic undercurrent..." Cadence Magazine
Federico Ughi is a drummer and composer based in New York.
Federico Ughi's music infuses the New York avant garde sound with a sense of melody inspired by the Italian classical and folk traditions of his childhood in Rome. Ornette Coleman has been a major influence for Federico as well as a mentor.
Born in Rome, Italy Federico relocated to London at age 21 to play music, from there moving to New York in 2000 again to play music. He has been based in Brooklyn, NY ever since.
He has performed or recorded with Daniel Carter, William Parker, Darius Jones, The Cinematic Orchestra among others. Federico Ughi has perfomed throughout Italy, the UK, Holland, Belgium, Denmark, Slovenia, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, Austria, Canada and the US.
"Ughi seems less concerned with the usual strategies of Free Jazz, although much of what he writes falls in that genre, than with the integration of improvisation and composition in a seamless unit that meshes melodic abstraction with sophisticated writing." All Music