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Portuguese drummer Joao Lencastre's tune Departure seemed like the right track to end a show, but perhaps I saved the best for last as well. His new recording Parallel Realities is a gem. Lencastre says he likes to hear dramatic contrasts in music, so that was his focus and the tool was using smaller groups within the quintet to play different things at the same time. Definitely worth tracking this one down. Another artist you would do well to watch/listen closely is the great young Chicago alto player Andrew Collier. There are a couple more very worth sax men to check out as well: Akihiro Yoshimoto and Jon Crompton, and I think you'll dig two very different guitarists who are debuting new releases: Dan Phillips and Tony Wilson . They're all part of a very interesting three hours of music. Enjoy!


  • André Carvalho "The Forlorn Mill" from The Garden of Earthly Delights (Outside In) 00:00
  • Anti-Rubber Brain Factory "Danza de la culebra" from Ensueños Burlescos, Peligrosos y Misticos de Tierras Mexicanas (Le Fondeur de Son) 05:57
  • Host speaks 10:24
  • Isaiah Collier "Closed Doors" from The Unapologetic Negro (self-released) 12:45
  • Angles 9 "Against the Permanent Revolution" from Beyond Us (Clean Feed) 25:09
  • Volpe "Tokkel" from Volpe (self-released) 33:36
  • Host speaks 38:24
  • Akihiro Yoshimoto "Enpitsu Hiko" from Nostalgic Farm (self-released) 39:40
  • Le Rex "Strong Woods" from Escape of the Fire Ants (Cuneiform) 42:37
  • Host speaks 47:40
  • Zwitschermaschine "Unisono I, II, III" from System for Us (WhyPlayJazz) 48:56
  • Eric Hofbauer's Five Agents "Water Understands Civilization Well" from Book Of Water (Creative Nation) 59:12
  • Host speaks 1:09:04
  • Tony Wilson "Sash's Dream" from This Way Through the Forest (Self-released) 1:11:14
  • Gabriel Ferrandini "Rua Academia Das Ciences" from Volupias (Clean Feed) 1:22:43
  • Dan Phillips Trio "Emphatic Resonance" from Sound Energy in Space (Lizard Breath) 1:29:01
  • Host speaks 1:36:05
  • Jon Crompton "Intuit" from Intuit (New Lab) 1:38:00
  • Kenneth Jimenez Trio "What's the Frequency?" from Sublunary Minds (Self-released) 1:48:47
  • Host speaks 1:52:03
  • Casino Di Terra "Orlando" from Cosa Potrebbe Accadere (Aut) 1:53:10
  • Albert Beger Quartet "This Is It!" from The Gate (NoBusiness) 1:58:04
  • Whit Dickey, Kirk Knuffke"Oblique Blessing" from Drone Dream (NoBusiness) 2:08:04
  • Host speaks 2:15:05
  • The Attic "Walking Metamorphosis" from Summer Bummer (NoBusiness) 2:15:51
  • Samuel Ber "Beyond the Fourth Wall" from Maps and Synecdoches (Self-released) 2:31:31
  • Nick Mazzarella Trio "The Puzzle" from Counterbalance (Astral Spirits) 2:38:11
  • Host speaks 2:44:36
  • Joao Lencastre's Parallel Realities "Departure" from Parallel Realities (Self-released) 2:46:27

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