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A Selection Of New Releases

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A selection of tracks from recent releases including music from the fourth album from drummer Andrés Elstein, cutting edge avant-garde playing from Joe O'Connor, Theo Carbo & Tim Green, and sampling and sculpting of sounds from Matias Riquelme. Then to the UK for new albums from Slowly Rolling Camera, and Sons of Kemet and to the USA for another Turnpike Diary from Tony Malaby and previews of two new releases from William Parker.

Playlist

  • Sons of Kemet "Think of Hope" from Black to the Future (Impulse!) 00:00
  • Andrés Elstein "Busca Misterio" from Familia (ears&eyes) 04:40
  • Slowly Rolling Camera "You Are The Truth" from Where The Streets Lead (Edition Records) 15:07
  • William Parker "Happiness" from Painters Winter (AUM Fidelity) 20:20
  • Matias Riquelme "A Cello Cog" from 7 (577 Records) 33:16
  • Sons of Kemet "Throughout The Madness, Stay Strong" from Black to the Future (Impulse!) 39:07
  • Andrés Elstein "Celebracion" from Familia (ears&eyes) 44:53
  • Slowly Rolling Camera "The Afternoon of Human Life" from Where The Streets Lead (Edition Records) 51:50
  • William Parker "Tabasco" from Mayan Space Station (AUM Fidelity) 1:00:00
  • Tony Malaby "Scratch The Horse (Edit)" from Turnpike Diaries Volume 4 (Bandcamp) 1:05:31
  • Sons of Kemet "Let The Circle Be Unbroken" from Black to the Future (Impulse!) 1:24:50
  • Andrés Elstein "Nomade" from Familia (ears&eyes) 1:31:19
  • Joe O'Connor, Theo Carbo & Tim Green "I" from Ecologue (577 Records) 1:40:28
  • Slowly Rolling Camera "Feels Like Fiction" from Where The Streets Lead (Edition Records 1:54:55

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