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On this show the exciting group of four musicians collectively known as Esthesis Quartet. They are Elsa Nilsson (flute), Dawn Clement (piano & vocal), Emma Dayhuff (bass), and Tina Raymond (drums). We include music from their first two releases, and also a look at side projects from band members. This selection highlights an exceptional group who push the musical envelope to create an impressive new sound.


  • Show Intro 00:00
  • Esthesis Quartet "Blue Light" from Time Zones (ears&eyes) 00:54
  • Elsa Nilsson "Catching Droplets" from Atlas Of Sound—Coast Redwoods—41°32'09.8"N 124°04'35.5"W (ears&eyes) 07:14
  • Esthesis Quartet "We Watch It All Burn" from Esthesis Quartet (Orenda) 11:18
  • Band of Pulses "Prevailing Winds" from Cycles of Formation (ears&eyes) 19:42
  • Esthesis Quartet "Brush Fire" from Time Zones (ears&eyes) 44:03
  • Esthesis Quartet "The Gardener" from Esthesis Quartet (Orenda) 51:44
  • Elsa Nilsson "Epicomic" from Atlas Of Sound—Coast Redwoods—41°32'09.8"N 124°04'35.5"W (ears&eyes) 1:00:00
  • Esthesis Quartet "Finding What's Lost" from Esthesis Quartet (Orenda) 1:09:55
  • Esthesis Quartet "First Light" from Time Zones (ears&eyes) 1:17:29
  • Dan Rosenboom, Jake Vossler, Tina Raymond "Hallucinations" from Trio Subliminal (Orenda) 1:25:17

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