Rosa Brunello, MLO & Elvis Costello, Mary Halvorson & Robert Wyatt, & More New Releases

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Elvis Costello with the Michael Leonhart Orchestra, Robert Wyatt with Mary Halvorson's Code Girl, Jesse Harris lending his pen to Camille Bertault or John Zorn and Petra Haden... that why we like blurred lines between genres! And so do Rosa Brunello, Nels Cline, Erik Friedlander with new releases that draw inspiration from a multitude of sources. And keep an eye on the French vibraphonist Simon Moullier who has just released a remarkable debut album.

Happy listening!


  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Michael Leonhart Orchestra with Elvis Costello & JSwiss "Shut Him Down" Shut Him Down -Single (Sunnyside) 0:16
  • Host talks 4:18
  • Simon Moullier "Spirit Song" Spirit Song (Outside In) 5:48
  • Rosa Brunello "Be Human" Live at Musica sulle Bocche (Self-produced) 11:11
  • Host talks 18:08
  • The Nels Cline Singers "Beam/Spiral" Share the Wealth (Blue Note) 19:39
  • Erik Friedlander "Ripleyisms" Siren (Skipstone) 28:25
  • The Stance Brothers "On Top (Guitar & Flute)" On Top -Single (WeJazz) 33:13
  • Host talks 36:53
  • Camille Bertault "Dream Dream" Le Tigre (OKeh) 38:12
  • Various Artists [Beth Orton] "Hippy Gumbo" Angelheaded Hipster: The Songs of Marc Bolan & T. Rex (BMG) 42:11
  • John Zorn, Jesse Harris, Petra Haden "Taking My Time" Songs for Petra (Tzadik) 45:17
  • Host talks 48:12
  • Mary Halvorson's Code Girl feat. Robert Wyatt "Lemon Trees" Artlessly Falling (Firehouse 12) 51:12

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