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When a highly respected saxophonist like David Binney recommends a young up-and-coming musician, I tend to pay attention. Los Angeles trombonist Logan Kane and his Nonet live up to the tip on his new Nope, Science, one of the featured new releases hitting this week. Also of great interest are albums from the much-admired trumpeter Ambrose Akinmusire, Swiss alto player Omri Ziegele with Han Bennink in tow, guitarist Adam Caine, drummer Mike Pride with saxophonist Jonathan Moritz, and another duo, Spanish free jazz pianist Agusti Fernandez and Lithuanian saxophonist Liudas Mockūnas. Things wrap up with an intriguing trio from Romania led by pianist Mircea Tiberian. There's lots of good music from start to finish in this episode.


  • Dustin Laurenzi & Snaketime "Maybe" from Behold (Astral Spirits) 00:00
  • Host speaks 07:33
  • Logan Kane Nonet "Dots & Specks" from Nope, Science (Orenda) 10:20
  • Logan Kane Nonet "Proximity" from Nope, Science (Orenda) 18:14
  • Veryan Weston "Kafka's Escape" from Crossings (Hi 4 Head) 25:48
  • Host speaks 31:40
  • Adam Caine Quartet "The Spiral" from Transmissions (NoBusiness) 33:08
  • Daniel Carter, Matthew Shipp, William Parker & Gerald Cleaver "Scintillate" from Welcome Adventure Vol. 1 (577 Records) 40:20
  • Anna Hogberg Attack "Parlemor" from Lena (Omlott) 44:49
  • Host speaks 50:40
  • Morten Pedersen 5tet "Itzi" from Sammensuriam (Barefoot) 51:54
  • Omri Ziegele Tomorrow Trio "O. My God" from All Those Yesterdays (Intakt) 59:11
  • Host speaks 1:09:20
  • Omri Ziegele Tomorrow Trio "When the River Spoke" from All Those Yesterdays (Intakt) 1:10:29
  • Icepick "Chicago Deader" from Hellraiser (Astral Spirits) 1:18:13
  • Alexander Hawkins, Tomeka Reid "If Becomes Is" from Shards and Constellations (Intakt) 1:25:35
  • Host speaks 1:29:36
  • Keys & Screws "The Other Morning in the Park" from Some More Jazz (NoBusiness) 1:30:48
  • Ambrose Akinmusire Quartet "Tide of Hyacinth" from The Tender Spot of Every Calloused Moment (Blue Note) 1:42:05
  • Host speaks 1:50:15
  • Mike Maddux "Mixed Results Part II" from Duck Walks Dog (With Mixed Results) (NoBusiness) 1:51:27
  • Matt Wilson "Space Force March Interplanetary Music" from Hug (Palmetto) 1:58:46
  • Host speaks 2:04:22
  • Mike Pride & Jonathan Moritz "Black Dirt" from The Invitation (Astral Spirits) 2:06:10
  • Brodie West Quintet "Prel & Fog" from Clips (Lorna) 2:11:44
  • Joel Harrison + 18 "The Vultures of Afghanistan" from America at War (Sunnyside) 2:28:25
  • James Brandon Lewis, Chad Taylor "Under/Over the Rainbow" from Live in Willisau (Intakt) 2:34:50
  • Host speaks 2:42:09
  • Mircea Tiberian Trio "Tenso" from Raphaël (Self-released) 2:43:53

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