Henry Threadgill, Adam O'Farrill, Patricia Barber, Donald Fagen & Other New Releases

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We're back! Our ongoing exploration of the best new and upcoming releases, from the neo-cool of Donald Fagen and Patricia Barber, to one of the events of the fall, the latest album by Henry Threadgill's Zooid. The cherries on top: the thoroughly satisfying new albums by Burnt Sugar the Arkestra Chamber and Adam O'Farrill.

Happy listening!


  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Donald Fagen "The Nightfly" The Nightfly: Live (Geffen) 0:16
  • Host talks 6:00
  • Patricia Barber "This Town" Clique (Impex) 7:21
  • Host talks 11:53
  • Burnt Sugar—The Arkestra Chamber "Oakanda Overdrive~Full Ride" Angels Over Oakanda (Self-released) 13:32
  • Adam O'Farrill "Stakra" Visions of Your Other (Biophilia) 20:45
  • Host talks 24:44
  • Julius Rodriguez feat. Cisco Swank "Actual Proof " Actual Proof—Single (Verve) 26:13
  • Michel Meis 4tet "State of Uncertainty" Kaboom (Double Moon) 35:25
  • Antoine Pierre "Nuaage" Vaague (Shapes No Frame) 43:41
  • Host talks 45:27
  • Hermon Mehari, Alessandro Lanzoni "Volver" Arc Fiction (Mirr) 46:56
  • Simone Alessandrini Storytellers "Entrance" Mania Hotel (Parco della Musica) 52:04
  • Silke Eberhard Trio "Zeitlupenbossa" Being the Up and Down (Intakt) 57:18
  • Host talks 1:03:00
  • Henry Threadgill's Zooid "Beneath the Bottom" Poof (PI) 1:04:38
Photo credit: Luciano Rossetti (Phocus Agency)

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