This episode features some excellent new releases: veteran free jazzers, pianist Irene Schweizer and drummer Hamid Drake, tearing it up at a European festival, the sublime trio Ocelot from Brooklyn, South Korean drummer Soojin Suh, pianist Dahveed Behroozi, Tom Rainey & Obligato live in Europe, and Split-Bit from Berlin, plus tracks from several artists who record for the left-leaning El Negocito label from Belgium.
Tiziano Tononi & Future Ancestors "Mantra Of The Wind And Water" from Going For The Magic (Splasch) 00:00
Thumbscrew "Camp Easy" from Never Is Enough (Cuneiform) 10:11
Host speaks 16:45
Ocelot "Anemone" from Ocelot (577 Records) 18:55
Ocelot "Sequestration" from Ocelot (577 Records) 25:18
Paul Van Gysegem Quintet "Haaks" from Square Talks (El Negocito) 2:09:36
Paul Van Gysegem Quintet "Woodpecker" from Square Talks (El Negocito) 2:16:14
Znap "Imperfections" from Boa Boa (Self-released) 2:21:58
Host speaks 2:28:57
Orange Moon "To The Teachers" from Orange Moon (El Negocito) 2:29:30
Dan Willis & Velvet Gentlemen "Rhythmaning" from The Monk Project (Belle Avenue) 2:33:33
Ralph Alessi & This Against That "Sock Puppeteer" from Wiry Strong (Clean Feed) 2:40:13
Host speaks 2:46:58
Irène Schweizer & Hamid Drake "A Former Dialogue" from Celebration (Intakt) 2:48:44
Irène Schweizer & Hamid Drake "Song For Johnny -In Memory of Johnny Dyani" from Celebration (Intakt) 2:55:02
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