Veronica Swift, Daniel Casimir, Rahsaan Barber, Neil Ardley & More New Releases

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This week we focus on music about fake news: Veronica Swift (pictured) and Daniel Casimir, SPAZA, historic British jazz reissues by Neil Ardley and young compelling reeds players Rahsaan Barber, Pauli Lyytinen, Tobias Meinhart, Michael Thomas, Leonhard Skorupa of the Austrian angular trio Znap!, and Nathan Daems of the Belgian power-outfit Echoes of Zoo.

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  • Ben Allison Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Rahsaan Barber "The Pink Piranha" Mosaic (Jazz Music City) 0:16
  • Host talks 07:15
  • Veronica Swift "The Sports Page" This Bitter Earth (Mack Avenue) 08:09
  • Host talks 14:28
  • Pauli Lyytinen Magnetia Orkesteri "Multidimensional Banquet" Hypnosis (Eclipse) 15:22
  • Daniel Casimir "Safe, Pt. 1" Safe, Pt. 1 -Single (Jazz re:freshed) 20:12
  • Host talks 27:17
  • SPAZA "Sizwile" UPRIZE! (Mushroom Hour Half Hour) 28:14
  • Tobias Meinhart "White Bear" The Painter (Sunnyside) 36:41
  • Host talks 44:40
  • Michael Thomas "Demise" Natural Habitat (Sunnyside) 45:40
  • Znap "Kdgdbw III" Boa Boa (Waschsalon) 51:27
  • Echoes of Zoo "Dance Around Bullets" Breakout (W.E.R.F.) 55:16
  • Host talks 1:01:06
  • Neil Ardley "Prologue/Rainbow 1" Kaleidoscope of Rainbows: Live '75 (Jazz in Britain) 1:02:09
Photo credit: Matt Baker

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