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New Music From Mikami, Nava, Halvorson, Pohjola And More


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On this show we feature recent and forthcoming new releases from Rintaro Mikami, Frank Navarro, Mary Halvorson, Verneri Pohjola, Camila Nebbia, Solidaridad, Gard Nilssen, Dmitri Landain, Nitai Hershkovits, Sparks, Jim Piela, Agustin Uburu, Gastón de la Cruz, Wajdi Riahi, and Félix Tellier Pouliot.


  • Show Intro 00:00
  • Rintaro Mikami "Interlaken" from First Fish (Self Produced) 00:58
  • Fran Nava "Historia del Tiempo (4 Dimensiones)" from Una Historia de Partículas (ears&eyes) 09:23
  • Mary Halvorson "The Gate" from Cloudward (Nonesuch Records) 16:04
  • Verneri Pohjola "Space Diamonds" from Monkey Mind (Edition Records) 21:05
  • Camila Nebbia "La Permanencia De Los Ecos (Excerpt)" from La Permanencia De Los Ecos (577 Records) 27:47
  • Solidaridad "YYZ" from Distancia (Self Released) 39:45
  • Gard Nilssen's Supersonic Orchestra "The Space Dance Experiment" from Family (We Jazz Records) 46:29
  • Dmitri Landain Trio "Astor's Place" from Astor's Place (Zoho) 54:16
  • Nitai Hershkovits "Intermezzo No.4" from Call On The Old Wise (ECM) 1:00:00
  • Sparks Quartet (Eri Yamamoto, Chad Fowler, William Parker, Steve Hirsh) "Part One" from Sparks Quartet Live At Vision Festival XXVI (Mahalaka Music) 1:02:03
  • Jim Piela "Off Course" from It Comes With The Territory (ears&eyes) 1:20:07
  • Agustin Uriburu "Rolling Stone" from Rolling Stone (Lyonhill Records) 1:27:18
  • Gastón de la Cruz "Boris" from Boris (Live Session) (Self Released) 1:34:04
  • Wajdi Riahi Trio "Hymn To Stambeli" from Essia (Fresh Sound New Talent) 1:38:48
  • Félix Tellier Pouliot "7 o'clock" from Hometown Zero (Self Released) 1:46:56
  • Nitai Hershkovits "The Old Wise/A Rooftop Minuet" from Call On The Old Wise (ECM) 1:53:45


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