New releases and a feature on Scott Kinsey

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In this episode we feature new releases from Robin & The Woods, Cameron Graves and Australian jazz funk band Pickpocket, plus a feature on Scott Kinsey.


  • Robin & The Woods "Dying stars Suicide Club" from Moonfall (Bramar) 00:00
  • Cameron Graves "Sacred Spheres" from Seven (Mack Avenue) 16:50
  • Pickpocket "Refraction" from Refraction (Self Produced) 33:52
  • Sixun "La Plage" from Nouvelle Vague (Dreyfus Jazz) 42:16
  • Joe Zawinul "Tower Of Silence" from Faces And Places (ESC) 46:24
  • Weather Report "Predator" from Dominoe Theory (Columbia) 48:33
  • Human Element "Tweakerson" from You are In You (Abstract Logix) 49:41
  • Scott Kinsey "Port Of Entry" from We Speak Luniwaz (Blue Canoe) 50:11
  • Human Element "Hi Lao" from Human Element (Abstract Logix) 50:26

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