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New sounds from Trialogues, Nick Grinder and Marker

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New albums from Berlin trio Trialogues, Nick Grinder and Ken Vandermark's Marker plus great piano music from William Tatge and selections from Johannes Enders. In between music old and new.

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  • Trialogues "Samarkand" from Trialogues (Edition64) 00:00
  • Nick Grinder "New and Happy" fromFarallon (OiM Music) 05:18
  • Marker "Alphaville #2/Trance/Alphaville #1" from New Industries (Audiographic Records) 12:19
  • William Tatge Trio "Illegal Machines" from General Cargo (Brooklyn Jazz Underground) 27:42
  • Johannes Enders "Atmosphere" from Soprano (Pirouet Records) 36:15
  • Trialogues "Kowloon" from Trialogues (Edition64) 43:49
  • Nick Grinder "Belly Up" from Farallon (OiM Music) 45:17
  • Amir ElSaffar "The 13th of November" from Saadif (nusica.org) 53:13
  • Manu Katche "Keep Connexion" from The Scope (Anteprima Productions) 1:03:22
  • Erik Jekabson "Blues for Q" from A Brand New Take (OA2 Records) 1:07:01
  • Johannes Enders "X March" from Mondgovel (Jazzwerkstatt) 1:15:20
  • William Tatge Trio "The Lay of the Land" from General Cargo (Brooklyn Jazz Underground) 1:22:10
  • Marker "Alphaville #2/Trance/Pickpocket #1/Alphaville #1(Live)" from New Industries (Audiographic Records) 1:30:28
  • Nick Grinder "Farallon" from Farallon (OiM Music) 1:47:49
  • Trialogues "Guica Carvoeiro" from Trialogues (Edition64) 1:54:32

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