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New Releases, February 2011 (Weekly Podcast)

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

WNYC

It's that time again for the monthly program of new releases. John Schaefer picks through the boatloads of CDs that have flooded his inbox to find new releases worthy of showcasing in tonight's program. We'll hear from the new double-release by Todd Reynolds, "Outerborough," a collection of both his own works and pieces written for him by other folks.  Also, hopefully we will sample music from Corsican singers performing Tibetan music and Brooklyn-based Balkan brass band music.

PROGRAM #        3175, February 2011 New Releases   (First aired on 2-28-11)                       

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Todd Reynolds

Outerborough

Transamerica, feat.Kid Beyond [5:08]

Innova 741
www.innova.mu

Julia Kent

Green and Grey

A Spire [3:58]

Important Records IMPREC324CD
Due out March 28, 2011
www.juliakent.com

Todd Reynolds

Outerborough

Michael Lowenstern: Crossroads [4:37]

See above.

Carolina Chocolate Drops / Luminscent Orchestrii with Adam Matta (vocal percussion/beatbox)

Carolina Chocolate Drops / Luminscent Orchestrii

Escoutas (Diga Diga Diga) [4:40]

Nonesuch 526130
www.nonesuch.com

Ansambl Mastika & Black Sea Hotel

Songs & Dances for Life NONSTOP

Ispukav Poema [4:27]

www.ansamblmastika.com

Raya Brass Band

Raya Brass Band

Di Di [4:11]

www.rayabrassband.com

Inna Zhelannaya feat. Trey Gunn

Cocoon

Well [5:56]

7d Media 1013
www.7dmedia.com
www.inasound.ru

Paolo Fresu / A Filetta Corsican Voices / Daniele di Bonaventura

Mistico Mediterraneo

Le Lac [6:39]

ECM 2203
www.ecmrecords.com

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