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Matt Mitchell, Anti-Rubber Brain Factory & Nite Bjuti


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Not much to say about Matt Mitchell, a true force in creative music. He continues to astound. He's returned to two earlier albums with different drummers on Oblong Aplomb, out on Out Of Your Head Records. It's a double, with Mitchell and Kate Gentile on one and Ches Smith on the second. French ensemble, Anti-Rubber Brain Factory, is one of the most unique groups in existence, and very unpredictable as their new release shows, while the trio Nite Bjuti is totally uncategorizeable and very original, but you can definitely categorize hour two as a solid non-stop blast of terrific music.


  • Damien Brassart Quartet "Noire Comme La Pupille" from Plume (Self-released) 00:00
  • Kahil El'Zabar's Ethnic Heritage Ensemble "Degi Degi" from Spirit Gatherer (Spiritmuse) 07:22
  • Host speaks 15:20
  • Matt Mitchell "Blinkered Hoopla" from Oblong Aplomb (Out Of Your Head) 17:33
  • Tobia Bondesan & Giovanni Maier "Jungle Ballad" from Live In Pisa (Fonterossa) 26:52
  • Anthony Branker "What Place Can Be For Us?" from What Place Can Be For Us? (Origin) 33:25
  • 10-32-K "RB" from The Law Of Vibration (Self-released) 41:50
  • Host speaks 50:59
  • Anti-Rubber Brain Factory "Don't Blame Me" from Musiques de Rêves et de Démences (Le Fondeur De Son) 53:07
  • SPOS "Apologise" from Now SPOS! (Phonogram Unit) 1:00:13
  • Host speaks 1:06:19
  • Wadada Leo Smith "Muhammad Ali & George Foreman Rumble In Zaire Africa" from Fire Illuminations (Kabell) 1:08:42
  • Wadada Leo Smith "Muhammad Ali's Spiritual Horizon" from Fire Illuminations (Kabell) 1:17:06
  • Yamabiko Quartet "Sandrinella" from Yamabiko Quartet (Nemu) 1:20:53
  • Ziv Taubenfeld's Full Sun "Moon Doctor" from Out Of The Beast Came Honey (Clean Feed) 1:27:38
  • Ben Monder "Oh What A Beautiful Morning" from Amphorae (ECM) 1:35:32
  • Wayne Shorter "Infant Eyes" from Speak No Evil (Blue Note) 1:40:46
  • Oriol Roca Trio "What's The Point" from Live At Jazz Cava (Underpool) 1:47:37
  • Aaron Leaney & Jacques Thouin "Every Child" from Lockdown (Astral Spirits) 1:54:02
  • Host speaks 1:59:51
  • Charlie Mariano "Parvarti's Dance" from Helen 12 Trees (MPS) 2:00:35
  • Host speaks 2:08:03
  • Dave Liebman "The Beginning" from Live At Small's (Cellar Jazz) 2:09:19
  • Dark Horse "Fri Form" from Listen (We Jazz) 2:24:05
  • Soojung Lee "Autumn Wind" from Four Seasons (Self-released) 2:29:48
  • Host speaks 2:37:13
  • Nite Bjuti "Speech & Silence" from Nite Bjuti (Whirlwind) 2:38:28
  • Aruán Ortiz Trio "Los Tres Golpes" from Serranias, Sketchbook For Piano Trio (Intakt) 2:43:50
  • Host speaks 2:52:01
  • Marc Jufer "Like Waves" from Both (Ranunkel) 2:53:14

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