Daniel Bingert, Andrea Keller, Antoine Pierre & New Releases

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It's time to get back to the new releases menu for the month of August and its delicious assortment of modern jazz infused with timeless Miles Davis aromas, forward looking fare marked by traces of Tim Berne, as well as gargantuan ensembles for good measure.

Bon appetit!

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Daniel Bingert "Kaya Boca" Berit In Space (Moserobie) 0:16
  • Host talks 4:14
  • Antoine Pierre Urbex Electric "Steam" Suspended (Outnote) 6:40
  • Nubya Garcia "Source" Source (Concord) 12:24
  • Host talks 24:25
  • Rudresh Mahanthappa "Dewey Square" Hero Trio (Whirlwind) 27:01
  • In Common: Walter Smith III, Matt Stevens "Clem" In Common 2 (Whirlwind) 29:39
  • Tommaso Gambini "Anonymous" The Machine Stops (Workin' Label) 34:51
  • Host talks 39:38
  • Andrea Keller Five Degree Below "Life Is Brut[if]al" Life is Brut[if]al (Self-released) 43:04
  • Makaya McCraven "Mak Attack" Universal Beings E&F Sides (International Anthem) 52:02
  • On Dog "J'accuse, Mancoose" Dielectric (ILK) 54:04
  • Host talks 1:01:19
  • Michael Formanek Quartet "Small Places" Pre-Apocalyptic (Out of Your Head) 1:03:32
  • Small Choices "Arnold's Lane" Awake (Aut) 1:11:30
  • Host talks 1:15:17
  • The Spike Orchestra "Standing on the Shoulders of Giantslayers" Splintered Stories (Tzadik) 1:16:44
  • Schapiro 17 "Freddie Freeloader" New Shoes: Kind of Blue at 60 (Summit) 1:27:37
Photo credit: Truls Nord.

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