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New music from Anthony Pirog, Mary Halvorson, Toine Thys, & Dan Fortin, and more

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On this edition exciting new music from Anthony Pirog, Mary Halvorson, Toine Thys, Dan Fortin, Jeff Kimmel Ishmael Ali & Bill Harris, and, Sabir Mateen Christopher Dell Christian Ramond & Klaus Kugel, a subscriber special from Dave Douglas, plus rereleased albums from the 1960s from Marion Brown.

Playlist

  • Anthony Pirog "Adonna The Painter" from Pocket Poem (Cuneiform) 00:00
  • Jeff Kimmel, Ishmael Ali, Bill Harris "Focus on Vanity" from A Pound of Salt (Orbit577) 06:38
  • Mary Halvorson's Code Girl "Last Minute Smears" from Artlessly Falling (Cuneiform) 11:54
  • Toine Thys "Forever Ago" from Orlando (Hypnote Records) 21:20
  • Marion Brown "La Sorella" from Why Not? Porto Novo! Revisited (ezz-thetics) 27:54
  • Dan Fortin "Beautiful Psychic Dream" from The Latest Tech (Elastic) 39:54
  • Dave Douglas "Atmospheres" from Atmospheres (Greenleaf) 43:22
  • Anthony Pirog "Untitled Atlas" from Pocket Poem (Cuneiform) 53:22
  • Dan Fortin "Act 1" from The Latest Tech (Elastic) 1:00:00
  • Jeff Kimmel, Ishmael Ali, Bill Harris "Like Touch" from A Pound of Salt (Orbit577) 1:04:04
  • Toine Thys "Orlando" from Orlando (Hypnote Records) 1:14:23
  • Marion Brown "Sound Structure" from Why Not? Porto Novo! Revisited (ezz-thetics) 1:20:55
  • Dan Fortin "Mega Wish" from The Latest Tech (Elastic) 1:27:23
  • Mary Halvorson's Code Girl "Walls and Roses" from Artlessly Falling (Cuneiform) 1:30:49
  • Anthony Pirog "Danger Play / Pocket Poem / Mori Point" from Pocket Poem (Cuneiform) 1:34:15
  • Jeff Kimmel, Ishmael Ali, Bill Harris "A Thing Simple" from A Pound of Salt (Orbit577) 1:38:48
  • Toine Thys "Bad Gang" from Orlando (Hypnote Records) 1:42:02
  • Sabir Mateen, Christopher Dell, Christian Ramond, Klaus Kugel "Creation (Part One)" from Creation (577 Records) 1:47:45

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