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Borderlands Trio, Amir ElSaffar & Michael Attias

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This episode is packed with music from several new releases. Stephan Crump's Borderlands Trio leads things off with a track from Wandersphere's set of riveting extended songs. Then come tunes from William Parker, a pair of bands from Poland—Kwasny Desczc and saxophonist Michal Bak's Quartetto, Canadian bassist Nick Adema, Chilean saxophonist now living in France—Diego Manuschevich, bassist André Carvalho, and saxophonist Michael Attias with a killer group from Buenos Aires. Lots of other great stuff as well. Enjoy!

Playlist

  • Irreversible Entanglements "Open The Gates" from Open The Gates (Intl. Anthem) 00:00
  • Irreversible Entanglements "Lagrimas Del Mar" from Open The Gates (Intl. Anthem) 02:34
  • Host speaks 10:32
  • Borderlands Trio "An Invitation To Disappear" from Wandersphere (Intakt) 13:13
  • Steph Richards & Joshua White "Aurora III" from Zephyr (Relative Pitch) 32:50
  • Host speaks 37:07
  • William Parker "Painter's Winter" from Painter's Winter (AUM Fidelity) 38:33
  • Strange Attractors "Penny Arcade Peep Show" from Strange Attractors (Self-released) 46:49
  • Host speaks 50:17
  • Kwaśny Deszcz "Dualities" from Kwaśny Deszcz (Multkulti Project) 51:12
  • Michal Bak Quartetto "Deliverance" from Fortress (Alpaka) 59:35
  • Host speaks 1:06:39
  • Nick Adema "Magnolia" from DemiLan (Self-released) 1:08:22
  • Nick Adema "Basement Dweller" from DemiLan (Self-released) 1:18:21
  • Shay Hazan Quintet "Evening Puja" from Nuff Headlines (Chant) 1:24:56
  • Ziv Taubenfeld "Snail's Pace" from Bones (Leo) 1:32:32
  • Host speaks 1:39:05
  • Diego Manuschevich "Turista Espacial" from Snowy Weather (Self-released) 1:40:42
  • Garfo "Giraldo" from Garfo (Clean Feed) 1:45:12
  • Host speaks 1:48:58
  • Amir ElSaffar "Transformations" from The Other Shore (Outnote) 1:50:16
  • Jonah Rosenberg "Kinetics In New Directions" from The Bulbous & The Budding (Infrequent Seams) 2:00:05
  • Host speaks 2:10:31
  • Jean-Paul Bourelly "Harmofunkalodica" from Trance Atlantic Boom Bop II (Challenge) 2:12:21
  • Amok Amor "The Resistance" from Amok Amor (Self-released) 2:19:21
  • Charles Rumback "Fast Shadows" from Seven Bridges (Astral Spirits) 2:24:13
  • Host speaks 2:32:30
  • André Carvalho "Luftmensch" from Lost In Translation (Outside In) 2:34:09
  • Jean-Paul Bourelly "Blowin' Omni" from Trance Atlantic Boom Bop II (Challenge) 2:39:42
  • Host speaks 2:44:39
  • Michael Attias "Ping Pong Angel Fold" from Los Angeles (Ears&Eyes) 2:47:02

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