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Jaimie Branch, Nick Dunston, Malleus Trio, Quartet Next and More

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Trumpeter Jaimie Branch brings her 'tude and much-praised talent to her follow-up recording to Fly or Die in Fly Or Die II—Bird Dog of Paradise. Her music is even more incendiary as she turns her attention to the current state of political and social unrest in America. Also making debuts this week are the Malleus Trio from Vancouver with their second release Play, much-heralded bassist Nick Dunston, Chicago guitarist Dan Phillips' latest project, Quartet Next, and also with a deep Chicago connection, the Kobra Quartet celebrating the well-established connection between Chicago and New Orleans. Longboard, a French trio with two of that scene's finer saxophonists, Alban Darche and Matthieu Donarier, introduce their fine new album. As always, there's much more great music for you. This episode first aired on taintradio.org on 10-03-19.

Playlist

  • Jaimie Branch "Simple Silver Surfer" from Fly or Die II—Bird Dog of Paradise (International Anthem) 00:00
  • Host speaks 05:39
  • Jaimie Branch "Prayer for Amerikkka Pt. 1 & 2" from Fly or Die II—Bird Dog of Paradise (International Anthem) 07:18
  • Henrik Olsson "Harmony" from Hand of Benediction (Barefoot) 18:45
  • Malleus Trio "Half Full" from Play Nice (Self-released) 24:12
  • Host speaks 31:02
  • Malleus Trio "Foghorn Factory" from Play Nice (Self-released) 31:42
  • Franklin "Hammer Gut" from Amen (Earshift) 37:26
  • Tenor Triage "Try Tones" from Tenor Triage (Ropeadope) 41:35
  • Host speaks 45:47
  • Cheikh Tidiane Seck "African Cookbook" from The Music of Randy Weston (Komos) 48:00
  • Kevin Haynes "Osun" from Osun (Self-released) 59:40
  • Host speaks 1:09:19
  • Kevin Haynes "Ori Iray" from Osun (Self-released) 1:10:04
  • Damien Kingston Trio "Iron Pot" from Tributary (Self-released) 1:18:45
  • Joao Lencastre's Communion 3 "Hittin' The Heavy Bag" from Song(s) Of Hope (Clean Feed) 1:22:10
  • Host speaks 1:26:29
  • Kobra Quartet "Telly Attire" from Kobra Quartet (Astral Spirits) 1:28:09
  • Andrew Schiller "Sonoran" from Sonoran (Self-released) 1:36:49
  • Longboard "Cairo Hipsters" from Being Wild (Yolk) 1:43:20
  • Host speaks 1:49:18
  • Nick Dunston "Globular Weaving" from Atlantic Extraction (Out Of Your Head) 1:51:30
  • John Yao's Triceratops "The Golden Horn" from How We Do (See Tao) 1:59:04
  • Host speaks 2:06:05
  • Gaël Mevel "Deuxieme Feuillade" from Quartet Alta (Self-released) 2:07:00
  • Gaël Mevel "Le Deuxieme Chat" from Quartet Alta (Self-released) 2:12:27
  • Dor Herskovits "Scottish Fold" from Flying Elephants (Endectomorph) 2:18:04
  • Jacek Kochan "Man of No Words" from Man of No Words 2:22:44
  • Host speaks 2:30:54
  • Quartet Next "Dutiful Dissent" from Dutiful Dissent (Lizard Breath) 5:08
  • Quartet Next "Sisyphean Journey" from Dutiful Dissent (Lizard Breath) 10:43
  • Host speaks 2:48:37
  • Miles Perkins Quartet "Sea Drop" from The Point in Question (Lizard Breath) 9:17

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