New Music from Lauren Lee, Eric Wyatt, Manuel Dunkel and More

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This week we feature loads of new releases, including music from Lauren Lee, Eric Wyatt, Manuel Dunkel and Mark Fox.


  • Eric Wyatt "Bud Powell" from The Golden Rule, For Sonny (Whaling City Sound ) 00:00
  • fo mo deep "Move On Up" from Szygy (RH Media) 09:10
  • Lauren Lee "Windowsill" from Windowsill (ears&eyes Records) 14:49
  • Manuel Dunkel "The Endless Path" from Discoveries (Eclipse Music) 24:03
  • Mark Fox "Iridescent Sounds" from Iridescent Sounds (Humble Genius Records) 32:13
  • Kris Davis "Diatom Ribbons" from Diatom Ribbons (Pyroclastic Records) 39:46
  • Billy Mohler "Even Tide" from Focus! (Make Records) 46:37
  • Dave Robbins Sextet "Upper Management" from Joan of Art (Cellar Live) 52:08
  • Ben Wolfe "First Things First" from Fatherhood (Resident Arts Records) 1:00:00
  • Ben van Gelder, Tony Tixier, Tom Berkmann, Matthias Ruppnig "Chamberlain" from Scopes (Whirlwind Records) 1:05:49
  • Ronnie Cuber "Gloria's Step" from Straight Street (SteepleChase) 1:11:56
  • Nat Reeves "Spirit Waltz" from Blue Ridge (Nat Reeves / Side Door Jazz) 1:21:18
  • Manuel Dunkel "Sun Dogs" from Discoveries (Eclipse Music) 1:29:13
  • Mark Fox "Magenta Moods" from Iridescent Sounds (Humble Genius Records) 1:35:35
  • Lauren Lee "Get Off Me" from Windowsill (ears&eyes Records) 1:39:54
  • Eric Wyatt "Don't Stop The Carnival" from The Golden Rule, For Sonny (Whaling City Sound) 1:46:37
  • fo mo deep "Maple Street" from Szygy (RH Media) 1:53:49

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