Mette Rasmussen and new releases

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This week we focus on Mette Rasmussen, new releases from Endangered Blood and Master Oogway and a selection of recent and archive cuts. A more avant-garde/free selection than usual, but still a compelling playlist!


  • Endangered Blood "Passion Fruit Birthday Cake" from Don't Freak Out (Skirl Records) 00:00
  • Master Oogway "Eddapliks Pt.1 Kan vi flytte til Mars" from The Concert Koan (Clean Feed) 04:29
  • Der Lange Schatten "Serenata Maledetta" from Concurrences (Trouble In The East) 13:00
  • Eva Novoa Ditmas Quartet "Yela" from Live at IBeam (Fresh Sound) 22:22
  • Geir Sundstol "Warsaw/Alabama" from Brødløs (Hubro) 31:00
  • Jacob Saks "The Opener" from Fishes (Clean Feed) 38:20
  • LFU "Praise 1" from Praise of our Folly (Clean Feed) 45:32
  • Endangered Blood "Waiting for Mami" from Don't Freak Out (Skirl Records) 57:53
  • Master Oogway "Eddapliks Pt.2" from The Concert Koan (Clean Feed) 1:03:24
  • Mette Rasmussen, Chris Corsano "How Many Of These Things Do We Need Anyway" from All The Ghosts At Once (Relative Pitch) 1:05:34
  • Mette Rasmussen , Tashi Dorji "Cattail Horse" from Mette Rasmussen/Tashi Dorji (Feeding Tube) 1:11:27
  • Mette Rasmussen, Chris Corsano "Folding In On Itself" from A View of the Moon (Clean Feed) 1:17:05
  • Quin Kirchner "Limbo/The Shoes of the Fisherman's Wife Are Some Jive Ass Slippers" from The Other Side Of Time (Astral Spirits) 1:24:32
  • Rodrigo Amado, Joe McPhee, Kent Kessler, Chris Corsano "The Primal Word" from This Is Our Language (Not Two Records) 1:33:39
  • Zak Clarke "Curtain" from Mesophase (Clean Feed) 1:40:44
  • Master Oogway "The Gum You Like" from The Concert Koan (Clean Feed) 1:48:10
  • Endangered Blood "Bella V" from Don't Freak Out (Skirl Records) 1:54:46

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