Albums from Urbex, Alex Moxon, Steve Slagle and Toc

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On this week's show we feature music from Belgian drummer's Antoine Pierre's project Urbex, inspired by the electric period of Miles Davis, and in particular Bitches Brew. I also feature Canadian guitarist Alex Moxon with his debut recording and Steve Slagle celebrating Charlie Parker's centenary. There's more new music with two new releases from the Circum-Disc Label with TOC and Dave Rempis. I have another featured album from Felice Clemente's back catalogue and one or two other treats.


  • Urbex "You Nod But You Ain't" from Suspended (Outnote) 00:00
  • Alex Moxon "In a Capricornian Way" from Alex Moxon Quartet (Self Released) 06:40
  • Felice Clemente Quartet "Blue of Mine" from Blue of Mine (Crossroads of Sounds) 14:02
  • Steve Slagle Trio "Dewey Sq." from Alive in Harlem (Panorama Records) 22:06
  • Toc "Indoor" from Indoor (Circum-Disc) 27:06
  • Urbex "What U Expect!" from Suspended (Outnote) 37:29
  • Alex Moxon "Melodramatic Minors" from Alex Moxon Quartet (Self Released) 45:48
  • Felice Clemente Quartet "To Clifford" from Blue of Mine (Crossroads of Sounds) 52:24
  • Christian McBride "Milestones" from For Jimmy, Wes and Oliver (Mack Avenue Records) 1:00:00
  • Miles Davis "Bitches Brew" from Miles Davis at Newport: 1955-1975: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 4 (Columbia Legacy) 1:03:39
  • Urbex "Steam" from Suspended (Outnote) 1:15:32
  • Alex Moxon "Romantique" from Alex Moxon Quartet (Self Released) 1:21:54
  • Felice Clemente Quartet "The Second Time" from Blue of Mine (Crossroads of Sounds) 1:29:59
  • Toc & Dave Rempis "No Sleep at La Zone" from Closed for Safety Reasons (Circum-Disc) 1:38:01
  • Steve Slagle Trio "Redemption Song" from Alive in Harlem (Panorama Records) 1:47:17
  • Michael Formanek "The 12½% Solution" from Loose Cannon (Soul Note) 1:52:29

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