New Jazz From Around The World

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In this episode of World of Jazz, we offer a truly trans-global selection of music with exciting new releases from Italian, German, American, Swedish, Japanese, Argentinian, and Australian artists. There are selections from Marco Rottoli, Marcus Klossek, Mary Halvorson, Bjorn Ingelstam, Emi Makabe, Javier Subatin, and Cyclone Trio.


  • Marco Rottoli Trio "Acacia" from New Years Eve (AMP Music and Records) 00:00
  • Marcus Klossek Electric Trio "Like 4 Minutes Ago" from Time Was Now (DoubleMoon/Challenge Records) 07:03
  • Mary Halvorson's Code Girl "Walls and Roses" from Artlessly Falling (Cuneiform Records) 10:42
  • Björn Ingelstam "Ancestral Calling" from The Start of Something (Fiol Sessions) 14:43
  • Emi Makabe "Joy" from Anniversary (Greenleaf) 21:25
  • Javier Subatin "Trance #1" from Trance (ears&eyes) 29:24
  • Marco Rottoli Trio "Snowball" from New Years Eve (AMP Music and Records) 40:15
  • Marcus Klossek Electric Trio "Unexpected Skies" from Time Was Now (DoubleMoon/Challenge Records) 43:28
  • Björn Ingelstam "Tiny Capers" from The Start of Something (Fiol Sessions) 48:12
  • Mary Halvorson's Code Girl "Bigger Flames" from Artlessly Falling (Cuneiform Records) 52:49
  • Emi Makabe "Flash" from Anniversary (Greenleaf) 1:00:00
  • Javier Subatin "Trance #5" from Trance (ears&eyes) 1:03:08
  • Marco Rottoli Trio "Bye Ya" from New Years Eve (AMP Music and Records) 1:07:42
  • Marcus Klossek Electric Trio "Memory Lane" from Time Was Now (DoubleMoon/Challenge Records) 1:12:58
  • Mary Halvorson's Code Girl "Muzzling Unwashed" from Artlessly Falling (Cuneiform Records) 1:21:26
  • Björn Ingelstam "Twelve's It" from The Start of Something (Fiol Sessions) 1:32:10
  • Emi Makabe "Anniversary" from Anniversary (Greenleaf) 1:37:06
  • Javier Subatin "Trance #4" from Trance (ears&eyes) 1:40:50
  • Cyclone Trio "Electric" from Electric (Orbit577) 1:49:52

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