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Luke Stewart Silt Trio, John Escreet, Natsuki Tamura/Jim Black & Matt Pavolka

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Bassist Luke Stewart has become rather indispensable to the creative music scene in the past few years. That big unmistakable sound drives important bands like Irreversible Entanglements, Heroes Are Gang Leaders, his own Exposure Quintet and his Silt Trio. That trio is the setting for his new Unknown Rivers. It's a don't-miss-this-one recording. Other features in this episode: Matt Pavolka who has reassembled his band which featured—and still does—guitarist Ben Monder. Disciplinary Architecture is classic Pavolka; freest of the free trumpeters Natsuki Tamura reunited with the wonderful drums of Jim Black for NatJim, while trumpet master Wadada Leo Smith joined Danish pianist Soren Norbo and drummer Kresten Osgood in Norbo's living room to record their new album; and John Escreet's LA-based trio with LA natives Eric Revis and Damion Reid sizzles on The Epicenter Of Your Dreams, abetted by the always brilliant saxophone of Mark Turner. So much great music coming out!

Playlist

  • Bag Of Bones "Onwards & Upwards" from No One Gets Saved (577 Records) 00:00
  • Host speaks 04:22
  • Luke Stewart Silt Trio "Dudu" from Unknown Rivers (Pi Recordings) 06:06
  • Simon Lucaciu Trio "Bird Of Prophets" from STRG+X (Hat Hut Ezzthetics) 19:00
  • Tiziano Tononi "Water Protectors" from The Winter Counts (We'll Still Be Here) (Felmay) 25:48
  • Host speaks 32:56
  • Matt Pavolka Band "Vile, In The Sunshine Crawling" from Disciplinary Architecture (Sunnyside) 34:39
  • Luke Stewart Silt Trio "Unknown Rivers" from Unknown Rivers (Pi Recordings) 44:41
  • Satoko Fujii Trio "Gentle Slope" from Jet Black (Libra) 49:09
  • Host speaks 58:31
  • Natsuki Tamura & Jim Black "Quiet City" from NatJim (Libra) 1:00:10
  • Tomeka Reid Quartet "Turning Inward/Sometimes You Just Have To Run With It" from 3+3 (Cuneiform) 1:06:08
  • Host speaks 1:21:17
  • Soren Norbo, Wadada Leo Smith & Kresten Osgood "Om Det Slutter" from Dét, Som Ikke Kan Kaldes Tilbage (Ilk Records) 1:23:08
  • Russ Lossing & King Vulture "Cloned Again" from Alternate Side Parking Music (Aqua Piazza) 1:30:51
  • Who Trio "The Mooche" from Strell (Clean Feed) 1:36:29
  • Host speaks 1:43:44
  • Bo van de Graaf "Paprika Endorphina" from Oneway Ticket To Tibet (IC Disc) 1:45:43
  • John Escreet Quartet "Trouble And Activity" from The Epicenter Of Your Dreams (Blue Room Music) 1:52:44
  • Host speaks 1:59:41
  • Bill Frisell "Lookout For Hope" from Orchestras (Blue Note) 2:01:36

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