Celebrating Gauci Music

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This week a selection of new albums including material from Stephen Gauci's gaucimusic imprint, a first look at a new electric album celebrating the music of John Coltrane, new music from Rebecca Hennessey, and two great new releases from the ears&eyes label.


  • Hans Tammen, Jeremy Carlstedt, Stephen Gauci "#1" from Studio Sessions Vol. 11 (gaucimusic) 00:00
  • A Love Supreme Electric : Vinny Golia, John Hanrahan, Henry Kaiser, Wayne Peet, Mike Watt "A Love Supreme: Acknowledgement" from A Love Supreme Electric: A Love Supreme and Meditations (Cuneiform) 11:07
  • Rebecca Hennessey "Magnolia" from All the Little Things You Do (Self Released) 25:00
  • Jason Stein & Adam Shead "Compassion" from Synaptic Atlas (ears&eyes) 28:58
  • Stephen Gauci, Adam Lane, Kevin Shea "#1" from Studio Sessions Vol. 9 (gaucimusic) 36:44
  • QMR Plus "Pt.4" from Uhzoid EP (ears&eyes) 42:59
  • VWCR "Prouvé" from Moulin Vert Improvisations (Catalytic Sound) 46:06
  • Tony Koch and the AltNews Band "Q" from Groove Rangers (Self Released) 1:00:47
  • Jason Stein & Adam Shead "Endurance" from Synaptic Atlas (ears&eyes) 1:06:24
  • QMR Plus "Pt.5" from Uhzoid EP (ears&eyes) 1:18:19
  • Stephen Gauci, Santiago Leibson, Shawn Lovato, Colin Hinton "#2" from Live at Scholes Street Studio (gaucimusic) 1:20:34
  • Rebecca Hennessey "Nothing Passes For Favour" from All the Little Things You Do (Self Released) 1:28:34
  • Jason Stein & Adam Shead "Capitulation" from Synaptic Atlas (ears&eyes) 1:34:57
  • QMR Plus "Pt.6" from Uhzoid EP (ears&eyes) 1:42:55
  • Don Paul "Love Is The Main Flame" from The Time We Have, Meld 1 (Self Released) 1:45:08
  • Vijay Anderson Trio "#2" from Studio Sessions Vol. 10 (gaucimusic) 1:49:44

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