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New Releases and a focus on the RGG Trio

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A great selection of new releases from Sam Dillon, Alexander Hawkins and Carlos Bica, Daniel Erdmann, & DJ Ilvibe plus music from the Polish group RGG Trio with some very special guests.

Playlist

  • Alexander Hawkins "Song All The Way" from Iron Into World (Pears from an Elm) (Intakt) 00:00
  • Carlos Bica, Daniel Erdmann, DJ Illvibe "Caruma" from I Am The Escaped One (Clean Feed) 05:38
  • Sam Dillon "Force Field" from Force Field (Posi-tone) 12:38
  • Gonçalo Almeida, John Dikeman, George Hadow "Pentagon" from O Monstro (Creative Sources) 19:23
  • Bruno Angelini "Tree Song (for John Taylor)" from Open Land (La Buissonne) 28:10
  • Alexander Hawkins "It Should Be A Song" from Iron Into World (Pears from an Elm) (Intakt) 34:34
  • Carlos Bica, Daniel Erdmann, DJ Illvibe "Los Frigos" from I Am The Escaped One (Clean Feed) 40:13
  • Sam Dillon "Hit It" from Force Field (Posi-tone) 47:35
  • Evan Parker and RGG Trio "Part One" from [email protected] (Fundacja Słuchaj!) 53:58
  • RGG, Verneri Pohjola, Samuel Blaser "Inception" from City of Gardens (Fundacja Słuchaj!) 1:10:50
  • Trevor Watts and RGG "Rafa 5" from Rafa (Fundacja Słuchaj!) 1:20:50
  • Tatakai Trio "Exhilarated" from Happi (Relative Pitch) 1:30:00
  • Ari Brown "In A Sentimental Mood" from Madam Queen (The Sirens) 1:38:40
  • Sam Dillon "Dexterity" from Force Field (Posi-tone) 1:49:02
  • Carlos Bica, Daniel Erdmann, DJ Illvibe "Le Jardin" from I Am The Escaped One (Clean Feed) 1:53:08
  • Alexander Hawkins "We All Bleed" from Iron Into World (Pears from an Elm) (Intakt) 1:56:45

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