New Sounds and New Faces

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This week's show includes recent releases featuring Tim Berne via the 9donkeys label, New Faces from Posi-Tone, a watershed moment in East Coast Jazz, new music from Michaela Steinhauer and Francisco Mela, and much more.


  • Tim Berne's Hardcell "Van Grundy's Retreat" from The Cosmos (9donkeys) 00:00
  • Ben Allison "Spy" from Medicine Wheel (Palmetto) 08:12
  • Francisco Mela "Suite For Leo Brouwer" from MPT Trio Volume 1 (577 Records) 16:31
  • Michaela Steinhauer "Me, Myself and I" from Changes & Choices (Self Released) 26:30
  • New Faces "Shades of Brown" from New Sounds (Posi-Tone) 34:32
  • The Grasso Revita Jazz Ensemble "Jagged Spaces" from Jagged Spaces (Grassvita Music) 41:14
  • Michelle Lordi "Poor Bird" from Break Up With The Sound (Cabinet of Wonder) 48:30
  • Francisco Mela "Whisper" from MPT Trio Volume 1 (577 Records) 56:01
  • Ben Allison "Blabbermouth" from Medicine Wheel (Palmetto) 1:00:00
  • Michaela Steinhauer "Abandoned Chapel" from Changes & Choices (Self Released) 1:08:30
  • New Faces "Blues for Tangier" from New Sounds (Posi-Tone) 1:14:37
  • The Grasso Revita Jazz Ensemble "The Homecoming" from Jagged Spaces (Grassvita Music) 1:19:35
  • Ben Allison "Quirky Dungeon" from Medicine Wheel (Palmetto) 1:24:59
  • Francisco Mela "Naima" from MPT Trio Volume 1 (577 Records) 1:29:45
  • Michaela Steinhauer "The Other Day" from Changes & Choices (Self Released) 1:35:47
  • David Torn Prezens "x-Form (excerpt)" from xFORM (9donkeys) 1:44:18

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