Click the play button to listenTime to plunge our hands into the review-copy grab-bag and hope nothing bites. Good newsno flesh wounds, just four brand-spankin' new 2021 releases by artists who are also new to us (if not the public at large) and all of them have something to offer. Trigger warningthe Dave Mathews Band may be mentioned, briefly during this episode.
- Discussion of Paul Bedal's album Cerulian Stars (BACE Records) 7:45
- Discussion of Jeff Coffin's album Let It Shine (Ear Up Records) 21:505
- Discussion of Roni Ben-Hur's album Stories (Dot Time) 32:00
- Discussion of Colin Cannon's album McGolrick (Infrequent Seams) 47:25
- Pop Matters 1:01:10
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