New music from Adam Kolker plus a selection of recent albums

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There's an international feel to this show with music from around the world. The main focus is on the excellent new release from Adam Kolker. There's also the Anglo-Belgian pairing of the Damon Brown & Stephane Mercier Quintet, Canadian William Chernoff, and from the North West of England a new band from Nick Steed called THR33. I also feature music out of the USA from Restroy, James Brandon Lewis Quartet, Noah Haidu and from Australia Ken Stubbs.


  • Adam Kolker "The Time of Barracudas (General Assembly)" from Lost (Sunnyside Records) 00:00
  • Damon Brown & Stéphane Mercier Quintet "Joe's Serenity" from The Road (Hypnote) 07:59
  • William Chernoff "Aim to Stay" from Aim to Stay (Self Released) 12:15
  • Restroy "Shape Twenty One" from Sketches (ears&eyes) 16:35
  • James Brandon Lewis Quartet "Molecular" from Molecular (Intakt) 32:22
  • Noah Haidu "Mr J.C." from Doctone (Sunnyside Records) 39:10
  • Adam Kolker "Lost" from Lost (Sunnyside Records) 46:19
  • THR33 "Freefall" from THR33 (Self Released) 51:40
  • Ken Stubbs "For Evan Parker" from Big Hush (CherryK Records) 56:52
  • Damon Brown & Stéphane Mercier Quintet "The Road Less Travelled" from The Road (Hypnote) 1:01:02
  • Ken Stubbs "Tres Palabras" from Big Hush (CherryK Records) 1:07:31
  • Restroy "New Three" from Sketches (ears&eyes) 1:15:23
  • William Chernoff "Being Bill" from Aim to Stay (Self Released) 1:22:43
  • THR33 "Pumpkin Soup" from THR33 (Self Released) 1:28:27
  • Ken Stubbs "Baby Won't You Please Come Home" from Big Hush (CherryK Records) 1:34:18
  • Damon Brown & Stéphane Mercier Quintet "Pink Legged Tourist" from The Road (Hypnote) 1:41:09
  • Adam Kolker "Hidden Treasure" from Lost (Sunnyside Records) 1:45:55
  • Restroy "Sketch Two" from Sketches (ears&eyes) 1:50:51

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