Bassist Bruno Raberg's reputation as a very creative cat is reinforced by his new release, The Prospector, an excellent album with saxophonist Allan Chase and drummer Austin McMahon. Find it on Orbis, Bruno's own label. Speaking of labels, vibraphonist Matt Moran started Diskonife as a new creative outlet for independent releases, which has launched with releases by him and by saxophonist Peter Hess. This week there's also a ton of great stuff from European artists, including from SPIME 2019, a gathering of European improvisational collectives. Top that off with a fine new New York group, Orientation of We (bassist Max Johnson, saxophonist James Brandon Lewis, trumpeter Michael Irwin and drummer Joe Hertenstein), making their debut, and you'll find plenty of interesting stuff.
Matt Moran "The Historic Poultry Houses" from Play Ball (Diskonife) 00:00
Host speaks 13:40
Peter Hess "Engines" from Present Company (Diskonife) 14:58
Peter Hess "Echolation" from Present Company (Diskonife) 23:01
Joel Harrison + 18 "My Father in Nagasaki" from America at War (Sunnyside) 29:37
Jason Robinson "Melange Geometry" from Harmonic Constituent (Playscape) 37:45
Host speaks 46:10
Bruno Räberg "Triloka" from The Prospector (Orbis) 47:52
Bruno Räberg "Rockside Haiku" from The Prospector (Orbis) 53:35
SPIME 2019 Collectives "Flussi Condotti" from Cosmic and Spontaneous Gestures (LFDS) 59:36
Host speaks 1:06:58
Matt Moran "Spring" from Return Trip (Diskonife) 1:08:23
Ben Goldberg "Someone Has to Be Lowered into the Whale Skul for the Ambergris" from Good Day for Cloud Fishing (BAG) 1:15:34
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