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New Releases, December 2010 (Weekly Podcast)

Monday, January 31, 2011

WNYC

It's the most wonderful time of the month!  John Schaefer sifts through the steady stream of CDs that have flooded his office to find a sampling of new releases worthy of showcasing in tonight's New Sounds program.  From here we can see some acoustic Afro-pop, a heaping helping of Balkan-inspired jazz, Balkan-informed indie rock, and the Sway Machinery, featuring Khaira Arby.  Plus, new music from Stephan Micus, and much more.

PROGRAM #3153, Music for the New Year                            (First aired on 12-30-10)                                                     

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RECORDING

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SOURCE

Stephan Micus

Bold as Light

The Shrine [4:38]

 

ECM Records 2173
www.ecmrecords.com

Billy Fox’s Blackbirds and Bullets

Dulces

Deva Dasi [10:49]

Clean Feed 204
www.cleanfeed-records.com  

A Hawk and a Hacksaw

Cervantine

No Rest for the Wicked [8:21]

LM Duplication
Due out in March 2011

Matt Darriau Paradox Trio

Matt Darriau Paradox Trio with Bojan Z

Faux Clarinet with Glass [6:51]

Felmay 167032
www.felmay.it  

The Sway Machinery, feat. Khaira Arby

The House of Friendly Ghosts, Vol. I

Serigou (with Khaira Arby) [4:33]

JDub Records
www.jdubrecords.org
Due out in Feb. 2011

Sidi Toure

Sahel Folk

Djarii Ber (A Great Day) [4:01]

Thrill Jockey 256
www.thrilljockey.com

Phyllis Chen

Mesmers

Carousel [2:41]

Cerumspoon
www.phyllischen.net
www.cerumspoon.com

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