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Jim Black & The Schrimps, Juanma Trujillo & Pulverize The Sound


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With Jim Black living in Berlin now, you would expect he'd get hooked into the German scene. His new quartet called The Schrimps features three very exciting young German players (Asger Nissen and Julius Gawlik saxophones and Felix Henkelhausen acoustic bass ). Black's new release Ain't No Saint presents the drummer at his quirky and unpredictable best. It's a great recording and the feature in this episode. Guitarist Juanma Trujillo's new Contour on Clean Feed is terrific too, as are new free jazz releases by the Relative Pitch label, including a screamer by Pulverize The Sound.


  • Anansi Trio "Africa" from On The Path (Self-released) 00:00
  • Host speaks 06:57
  • Bugpowder "Times Square" from Cage Tennis (Trytone) 08:24
  • Bugpowder "Song For Che" from Cage Tennis (Trytone) 13:14
  • Sebastiano Dessanay "The Joshua Trees" from L. A. Impressions (Self-released) 19:34
  • Timucin Sahin's Flow State "S.N.S." from Nothing Bad Can Happen (Between The Lines) 25:11
  • Host speaks 35:13
  • Pulverize The Sound "Lifo" from Black (Relative Pitch) 36:53
  • Maximiliano Kirszner "Rastros" from Trama (Ears&Eyes) 44:03
  • Host speaks 48:41
  • Drew Gardner "Hill Street Raga" from The Return (Astral Spirits) 50:38
  • Machine Mass "Not Another Loud Song" from Intrusion (Off Records) 1:01:34
  • Host speaks 1:10:30
  • Das Kondensat "Etoile Schnuppe" from Das Kondensat 2 (WhyPlayJazz) 1:11:27
  • Peter Bruun "Kinesis" from Thesauros (Ilk) 1:17:47
  • Samuel Blaser "Lonesome Road Blues" from Moods (Blaser Music) 1:26:43
  • Christoph Irniger Pilgrim "Calling The Spirits" from Ghost Cat (Intakt) 1:34:56
  • Simon Lucaciu Trio "UmrisS" from STRG+X (Hat-Hut Ezzthetics) 1:46:55
  • Family Band "Monty" from Family Band (Discus) 1:51:26
  • Host speaks 2:00:00
  • Juanma Trujillo "Rumination" from Contour (Clean Feed) 2:00:27
  • Host speaks 2:07:48
  • Mette Rasmussen, {m: Paul Flaherty}} & {m: Chris Corsano}} "Industrial Sabotage Friday" from Crying In Space (Relative Pitch) 2:09:23
  • East Axis "No Subject" from No Subject (Mack Avenue) 2:13:44
  • Sana Nagano "Zoomies" from Anime Mundi (577 Records) 2:24:16
  • Steve Coleman "Alt-Shift-Return" from The Tao Of Mad Phat (Fringe Zone) (RCA Novus) 2:29:53
  • Host 2:36:47
  • Being Five "Amusic" from Being Five (Relative Pitch) 2:38:44
  • 10 32nd K "1000 Years Of Peace" from The Law Of Vibration (Self-released) 2:43:39
  • Host speaks 2:51:44
  • Jim Black & The Schrimps "The Set Up (For Baikida Carroll)" from Ain't No Saint (Intakt) 2:53:32
  • Jim Black & The Schrimps "Asgingforit" from Ain't No Saint (Intakt) 2:56:34




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