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New Sounds Including The Fictive Five, The Comet is Coming and Sylvie Courvoisier

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A wide selection of new releases this time around demonstrating the wide range of genres emerging from jazz at the moment...

Playlist

  • The Comet Is Coming "Super Zodiac" from Trust in the Lifeforce of the Deep Mystery (Impulse) 00:00
  • The Fictive Five "Immediate Human Response (for Spike Lee)" from Anything Is Possible (Clean Feed) 05:19
  • Sylvie Courvoisier & Alfred Vogel "The Sense of an Ending" from Pulse (Boomslang Records) 17:24
  • Jørgen Mathisen's Instant Light "Mayhall's Object" from Mayhall's Object (Clean Feed) 24:38
  • Cykada "Dimension Stepper" from Cykada (Astigmatic Records) 33:10
  • Chicago Odense Ensemble "Parallel Motions" from Chicago Odense Ensemble (El Paraiso Records) 39:35
  • Roil (Chris Abrahams, Mike Majkowski, James Waples) "Raft of the Meadows" from Raft of the Meadows (NoBusiness Records) 50:15
  • JJemeel Moondoc Quartet "Ornette Gone By" from The Astral Revelations (RogueArt) 1:00:05
  • Stephanie Richards "Take the Neon Lights" from Take the Neon Lights (Birdwatcher Records) 1:07:48
  • David Weiss & Point of Departure "Black Comedy" from Snuck In (Sunnyside) 1:14:33
  • Thomas Johansson, Oyvind Storesund, Paal Nilssen-Love "Close As Hall" from Revolution Before Lunch (Tammtz Records) 1:24:02
  • Sylvie Courvoisier & Alfred Vogel "The Water Lily" from Pulse (Galileo Music Communication | Boomslang Records) 1:36:29
  • Charles Rumback, Jim Baker, James Singleton, Greg Ward "Dragons In Denver" from Cadillac Turns (Astral Spirits) 1:43:29

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