New Sounds from Canada and More

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On this show we feature seven new albums that demonstrate the musical diversity of jazz. Three of them feature Canadian artists reflecting the current strength of the scene in that country. There's a new album from Posi-Tone and the remaining three releases are from European artists.


  • Hector "Building 8" from Uncharted (Self Released) 00:00
  • Mareike Wiening "Metropolis Paradise" from Live at Bird's Eye Basel (Greenleaf) 08:19
  • Out To Dinner "Random" from Play On (Positone) 19:31
  • Sarah Jerrom "Snowblind" from Dream Logic (Three Pines Records) 24:32
  • TuneTown "Billyish" from Entering Utopia (Three Pines Records) 32:21
  • The Jazz Station & Gregoire Maret "The Jazz Studio" from Live in Dinant (Hypnote) 36:47
  • Alexander Hawkins, Evan Parker, Riot Ensemble "Indistinguishable From Magic" from Togetherness Music (Intakt) 44:51
  • Hector "Here and Now" from Uncharted (Self Released) 54:11
  • Out to Dinner "Rebbeca's Dance" from Play On (Positone) 1:00:49
  • Sarah Jerrom "Accolade Parade" from Dream Logic (Three Pines Records) 1:06:17
  • TuneTown "Sycamore" from Entering Utopia (Three Pines Records) 1:10:04
  • Jazz Station Big Band & Gregoire Maret "Blueserinho" from Live in Dinant (Hypnote) 1:16:36
  • Alexander Hawkins, Evan Parker, Riot Ensemble "Sea No Shore" from Togetherness Music (Intakt) 1:23:55
  • Hector "Richard's Rhyme" from Uncharted (Self Released) 1:31:13
  • Mareike Wiening "Future Memories" from Live at Bird's Eye Basel (Greenleaf) 1:40:11
  • Out to Dinner "The Essential Passion" from Play On (Positone) 1:46:28
  • TuneTown "Memories Remain/Look Down" from Entering Utopia (Three Pines Records) 1:52:55

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