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Majel Connery, Omer Avital, Nick Cave, Vijay Iyer and More New Releases

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This week we go through another delicious stash of new and upcoming releases, many of them launched on Bandcamp on 1 May for the 'waived fee' events the website is promoting every first Friday of the month to support musicians in the time of Covid19. The cherry on top? The much anticipated first single, sung by Nick Cave, from Hal Willner's last production, Angelheaded Hipster: The Songs of Marc Bolan & T. Rex.

Happy listening!

Playlist
  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Omer Avital "Shabazi" Qantar: New York Paradox (jazz&pPeople) 0:16
  • Host talks 7:12
  • Ohad Talmor "Layas Lines" Long Forms (Intakt) 7:58
  • Danilo Gallo & Dark Dry Tears "Demolition" Hide, Show Yourself! (Parco Della Musica) 16:08
  • Devin Gray "Algorhythmica" Algorhythmica—Single (Rataplan) 22:55
  • Antti Lotjonen "Erzeben Strasse" Quintet East (We Jazz) 28:16
  • Host talks 37:14
  • Vijay Iyer, Mike Ladd "Plastic Bag -Instrumental" InWhatStrumentals (Pi) 39:08
  • Majel Connery "Pretend to Cry" Pretend to Cry -Single (Self-released) 45:06
  • Hobby Horse "In the Valley" Goodnight Moon (Auand) 49:39
  • Moon Hooch "Bronst" Life on Other Planets (Moon Hooch) 52:33
  • Host talks 55:16
  • Michael Leonhart Orchestra feat. Jswiss "Electric Relaxation" Toast of the Nation—Single (Sunnyside) 57:10
  • Nick Cave "Cosmic Dancer" Angelheaded Hipster: The Songs of Marc Bolan & T. Rex (BMG) 1:00:49
  • Host talks 1:06:41
  • Kurt Elling, Danilo Pérez "Esperanto" Secrets Are the Best Stories (Edition) 1:13:55
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