New Releases, April 2011 (Special Podcast)

Friday, July 08, 2011


It's that time of the month again for the new releases show on New Sounds. John Schaefer carefully sorts through the stacks, bins, and towers of new CDs, records, and bandcamp sites which have come across his desk or into his email over the past month to present some choice cuts.

PROGRAM #        3199, New Releases, April 2011         (First aired on 4/29/11)                                                       





Various Artists: Meredith Monk

Pianos in The Kitchen, From The Kitchen Archives No. 5

Meredith Monk: Travelling, excerpt [1:30]

Orange Mountain Music 0070   

Meredith Monk & Vocal Ensemble, Todd Reynolds Quartet, Bodhan Hilash, bass clarinet

John Hollenbeck, percussion

Songs of Ascension

Burn [4:18]

ECM Records
Due out May 17, 2011

Angele Dubeau & La Pieta

John Adams Portrait

Shaker Loops for string septet: Loops & Verses

Analekta AN 2 8732

Chiara Str Qt & Matmos

Jefferson Friedman Quartets

Jefferson Friedman - String Quartet #2, I [5:35]

New Amsterdam 030

Chiara Str Qt & Matmos

Jefferson Friedman Quartets

Matmos - Remix #1 (Jefferson Friedman Str Quartet #2) [5:22]

See above.



Run-On [4:32]

Watcha Clan

Radio Babel

Im Nin'Alu intro [1:47]
Im Nin'alu [3:22]

Piranha PIR 2543  OR
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Andy Akiho

No One to Know One

Kiiro (Yellow) [5:10]

Innova 801

Amjad Ali Khan & David Murphy -, w Scottish Ch Orch


Swar Samir [4:38]

World Village 468102 OR

Various Artists: Harold Budd

Pianos in The Kitchen, From The Kitchen Archives No. 5

Harold Budd, Excerpt from Preludes fo Solo Piano, [2:00]

See above.


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