Irreversible Entanglements, Goran Kajfes, Soul Gnawa & Other New Releases

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This week's exploration of new and upcoming releases and releases features projects inspired by music from Benin and the Gnawa tradition of Morocco, hip-hop and electronica, as well as a tribute to Eddie Harris and the socially engaged music of Irreversible Entanglements.

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  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" (0:00)
  • Goran Kajfes Subtropic Arkestra "Ne rien voir, dire, entendre" The Reason Why, Vol. 3 (Cristal) 0:16
  • Host Talks 9:07
  • Majid Bekkas "Msq" Magic Spirit Quartet (ACT) 10:35
  • Soul Gnawa (Samir Langus, Daniel Freedman) "Sandia" Unreleased (Unreleased) 15:28
  • Host Talks 21:16
  • Cheick Tidiane Seck "Ganawa Blue Moses Piano" Timbuktu (The Music of Randy Weston) (Komos) 23:27
  • Irreversible Entanglements "No Más" Who Sent You? (International Anthem) 31:43
  • Host Talks 39:39
  • Michael Leonhart Orchestra feat. JSwiss "Electric Relaxation" Electric Relaxation -Single (Sunnyside) 41:26
  • Slow Poke "Listen Here" At Home (Self-released) 45:05
  • Host Talks 52:35
  • Jimi Tenor "The Duel" Metamorpha (Self-released) 54:25
Photo credit: Bob Sweeney.

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