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We Sick, Soojung Lee, Jane Ira Bloom & Novembre


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The release of We Sick is not until the end of April, but definitely watch for this fiery work of improvisation and passion. Not long after George Floyd's murder, pianist deVon Russell Gray, saxophonist Nathan Hanson & drummer Davu Seru recorded We Sick in an abandoned church across from the Minnesota state capitol which was surrounded by armed National Guard. This is a powerful statement about where we are today. South Korean saxophonist Soojung Lee injects plenty of fire into her new Four Seasons, and it speaks volumes about the talent emerging from South Korea. From Europe come a couple of new releases from Phonogram Unit (SPOS and the trio of João Almeida, Rodrigo Pinheiro & Vasco Furtado) and the improvising quartet from France, Novembre. Jane Ira Bloom continues to create music out of isolation on her new 2-3-23 with Mark Helias & Bobby Previte, and saxophonist Ivo Perelman continues his frenetic pace of releasing new music, this time with frequent playing partner, pianist Matthew Shipp. This show is loaded!


  • Tobias Meinhart & Berlin People "Dreamers" from Dark Horse (Sunnyside) 00:00
  • Host speaks 11:13
  • Novembre "Continuum" from Encore (Umlaut) 13:10
  • Andrew Cyrille "Bernard Albert Wilkinson" from Music Delivery/Percussion (Intakt) 20:52
  • Anthony Branker "The Door Of No Return" from What Place Can Be For Us? (Origin) 25:37
  • Host speaks 34:27
  • Ivo Perelman & Matthew Shipp "#2" from Triptych (Mahakala Music) 36:45
  • Miles Okazaki "Dogstar" from The Sky Below (Pi) 42:34
  • Alien Radio "Alien Radio" from Cliches Vol. 1 (Oval Window) 48:55
  • Host speaks 54:20
  • Soojung Lee "Complicated Rest" from Four Seasons (Self-released) 56:22
  • Hubert Dupont & Trio Aurore "Panda" from Trio Aurore (Ultrabolic) 1:04:18
  • Host speaks 1:09:43
  • Joao Almeida, Rodrigo Pinheiro & Vasco Furtado "Roar" from Linae (Phonogram Unit) 1:10:44
  • Sam Bardfeld "On The Seat Of Which" from Refuge (BJU Records) 1:19:36
  • Drew Gardner "The Return" from The Return (Astral Spirits) 1:24:49
  • Host speaks 1:33:53
  • Spos "West Unlimited" from Now Spos! (Phonogram Unit) 1:35:32
  • Christine Correa "Triptych: Prayer, Protest, Pearls" from Just You Stand And Listen With Me (Sunnyside) 1:44:19
  • Scott DuBois Quartet "Mid To The West" from Banshees (Sunnyside) 1:50:15
  • Host speaks 1:57:38
  • Michael Rabinowitz "Minor Blues Experiment" from Next Chapter (Blue Ridge Bassoon) 1:59:57
  • East Axis "I Like It Very Much" from No Subject (Mack Avenue) 2:06:03
  • Host speaks 2:14:25
  • deVon Russell Gray, Nathan Hanson & Davu Seru "Paths Open And Toiling" from We Sick (Innova) 2:15:43
  • Peter Bruun, Jonas Westergaard & Soren Kjaergaard "DHE" from Thesauros (Ilk) 2:25:24
  • Anna Hogberg Attack "Dansa Margit" from Lena (Omlott) 2:32:06
  • Host speaks 2:39:58
  • Jane Ira Bloom, Mark Helias & Bobby Previte "Akimbo" from 2—3--23 (Outline) 2:41:24/li>
  • Andrew Cyrille "Song For Andrew #1" from Declaration Of Musical Independence (ECM) 2:46:50
  • James Brandon Lewis "Even The Sparrow" from Eye Of I (Anti-) 2:52:13
  • Host speaks 2:58:53
  • Vusi Mahlasela, Norman Zulu & Jive Connection "Prodigal Son" from Face To Face (Strut) 3:00:35

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