PAK: New York City Avant/Progressive Trio Releases Bestial CD Through Nefarious Industries. 

PAK: New York City Avant/Progressive Trio Releases Bestial CD Through Nefarious Industries.

Nefarious Industries this week releases Bestial, the latest album from long-running New York City-based math/prog/experimental outfit PAK, its current lineup containing members of The Molecules, Cleric, Imperial Triumphant, and more. The diverse and damaging album is now available on CD and all digital platforms, streaming in its entirety.

For more than fifteen years of…

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Ron Anderson Stone Residency Oct 27~Nov 1 

Tonight is the first concert of my Stone Residency. The Stone is John Zorn's non-profit space at East 2nd street and Avenue C in New York City.  

A retrospective spanning a 40 year music career.

These concerts will present new and improvised music that spans styles from rock to experimental. Ron Anderson will perform with two different groups each night featuring musicians that he has worked with from his formative days in the 1980’s till present.

10/27 Tuesday
8 pm
Ron Anderson, Ava Mendoza - Electric Guitar…

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Video: Oblique Quartet - The Great Temple 

Opening track from the new Oblique Quartet  CD Tlaloc Beat on Alphatauri.  The video was shot entirely in Mexico City.

Marco Fierro (synthesizer), Carlos Fierro (bass), Ron Anderson (guitar), Azael Gonzalez (drums)


English Translation from Spanish of a review of the Oblique Quartet CD Tlaloc Beat. 

Here is an English Translation from Spanish of a review of the Oblique Quartet CD Tlaloc Beat. (if you want to read the Spanish version click the link). Also I now have a box of CDs so if you want to get on send me a message. 


Tlaloc Beat is the title of the debut of Oblique Quartet. Instrumental quartet from Mexico and USA, made up Azael Gonzalez 'Chazy' (drums), Ron Anderson (guitar), Marco Fierro (analog synthesizer), and Carlos Fierro (low).

Contrary to what one…

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Review of PAK CD -NYJAP in Popdose 

Review: PAK – “NYJPN” Justin Vellucci on January 20, 2015 at 2:12 pm

Listening to PAK, composer Ron Anderson’s vehicle driving through ears a frenetic pastiche of jazz, funk and math-rock, can be transcendent. Writing about them, though, is a whole other matter. It’s a little like unraveling a knot, and a complicated one at that.

In 2011, when Anderson and company released PAK’s Secret Curve on Tzadik, I used phrases like “madman” and “masterpiece” to describe the record’s grandiose gestures and…

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I have started a video blog called Mylungpuppy. You will find plenty of music there of course, but also remixes, stuff from the archives, concert videos, travel, tips for musicians, etc.

Please subscribe to Mylungpuppy at, don’t forget to click the like or dislike button and leave you comments at mylungpuppy.  I would love to hear what you think about any of the videos,

Here is one of the most resent videos, a fun promo for the PAK Japanese tour 2014.

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Two weeks curated by Ron Anderson at the Stone November 1-11 

I am very excited to tell you about the concerts that I have put together for the first two weeks in November at the Stone. Almost all of the musicians performing at these concerts I have worked with at some point during the last 32 years of my professional music carer. I will personally be performing on only two nights; 11/9 with The Molecules and 11/10 with PAK. I hope to see you at some of the shows. - R.A.


11/1 Thursday
8 pm
Al Margolis and PAS
Al Margolis, Robert L. Pepper (electronics)

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Welcome to the new and improved website 

Welcome to the new and improved website. One of the new additions is this blog where I will post tour reports, photos, information on new projects, etc.

The first news is that; I will be the curator of The Stone for two weeks in November 1-14.  

While working on the press release for the Stone concerts, I’ve realized that I have been at this music making thing for the past 32 years (that’s not counting time spent playing in college and high school bands). During these past three decades I’ve had the…

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