Aruán Ortiz, Ferg Quill, Simon Lucaciu, Papanosh & More New ReleasesBy
Click the play button to listenOrgan grooves, a take on the Jackson Five opened by the merciless beat of an Ornette Coleman alumnus, a few compelling debut albums, the ongoing collaboration between Aruán Ortiz and James Brandon Lewis, the return of Joshua Abrams' meditations for large ensemble and more make this week's playlist worth your attention...
- Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" Mondo Jazz Theme 0:00
- Ari Joshua, Skerik feat. Delvon Lamarr, Grant Schroff "Fresh" FreshSingle (Color Red) 0:16
- Host talks 5:24
- Michael Blake "I Want You Back" Hellbent [Reissue] (P&M) 6:22
- Host talks 11:54
- Papanosh "Faux Soleil" A Very Big Lunch (Yellowbird) 13:09
- Simon Lucaciu Trio "mor+phing" STRG+X (ezz-thetics) 19:44
- Fergus Quill "Gutterball (For John Zorn & Sam Eastmond)" Ferg's Imaginary Big Band (Tight Lines) 23:09
- Host talks 28:12
- James Brandon Lewis "The Blues Still Blossoms" Eye of I (Anti-/Epitaph) 29:49
- Aruán Ortiz Trio "Lullaby for the End of Time" Serranías; Sketchbook for Piano Trio (Intakt) 36:25
- James Brandon Lewis Quartet "Molecular (Live)" MSM Molecular Systematic Music (Live) (Intakt) 41:34
- Host talks 53:59
- Natural Information Society "Stigmergy" Since Time Is Gravity (Eremite) 54:30
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