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New sounds from Chris Potter, Matthew Shipp, Sunjae Lee and more

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This show features albums by Chris Potter, Matthew Shipp Trio with Nicole Mitchell, Sunjae Lee and Quinsin Nachoff together with releases from vocalists Angela Verbrugge and Karin Plato, and one or two surprises in between...

Playlist

  • Chris Potter "Hold It" from Circuits (Edition) 00:00
  • Matthew Shipp Trio invites Nicole Mitchell "Elements" from All Things Are (RogueArt) 07:41
  • Quinsin Nachoff's Flux "Path of Totality" from Path of Totality (Whirlwind Recordings) 15:45
  • Angela Verbrugge "Si Tu Pudieras Quererme (You and the Night and the Music)" from The Night We Couldn't Say Good Night (Gut String Records) 22:05
  • Karin Plato "This Could Be the One" from This Could Be the One (Stikjazz Music) 26:36
  • SLUGish Ensemble "The Tower" from An Eight out of Nine (SLUGish) 30:31
  • Chris Potter "Circuits" from Circuits (Edition) 39:11
  • Matthew Shipp Trio invites Nicole Mitchell "Void of Ground" from All Things Are (RogueArt) 48:34
  • Sunjae Lee "World on Fire" from Entropy (Sunjae Lee) 55:02
  • Angela Verbrugge "The Night We Couldn't Say Good Night" from The Night We Couldn't Say Good Night (Gut String Records) 1:02:15
  • Karin Plato "Heart and Soul" from This Could Be the One (Stikjazz Music) 1:06:38
  • Quinsin Nachoff's Flux "March Macabre" from Path of Totality (Whirlwind Recordings) 1:10:54
  • Sunjae Lee "Foxdeer" from Entropy (Sunjae Lee) 1:24:42
  • Damian Allegretti, Erik Friedlander, Tony Malaby "-1 (#1)" from Stoddard Place (Damian Allegretti) 1:34:13
  • Matthew Shipp Trio invites Nicole Mitchell "All Things Are" from All Things Are (RogueArt) 1:41:03
  • Sunjae Lee "Alternative Facts" from Entropy (Sunjae Lee) 1:49:50
  • Chris Potter "Queens of Brooklyn" from Circuits (Edition) 1:58:16

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