Episode #2696

Post Chamber Rock

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Saturday, July 25, 2009

Brooklyn-based Slow Six makes new electroacoustic music with amplified violins, viola, cello, electric guitars, fender rhodes, piano, and software instruments and it's hard to describe: Post-rock, post-chamber? Hear some of their new record, "Nor'easter" on this edition of New Sounds. Also, there's music inspired by the inner journey of Mahatma Gandhi by saxophone/flute player and composer Andrew Sterman, known for his work in the Philip Glass Ensemble. Listen to some of Sterman's "The Path to Peace" combining free-jazz, ballads, and world music. Plus, experimental, folk psychedelia from the post chamber group Oak. And more.

PROGRAM #2696, Indie Chamber Music (First aired on Thursday, 7/5/07)





Slow Six


The pulse of this skyline with lightning like nerves [14:30]

New Albion #136***


EP 1

Chaparral [4:00]


The Future According to Yesterday

Animus [4:30]

Soft Landing Records #001


EP 1

Spokes [6:00]

See above.

Andrew Sternman

The Path to Peace

Fearlessness [8:00]

Orange Mountain Music #0045**

The Nels Cline Singers

The Giant Pin

Something About David H. [10:00]

Cryptogramophone #120

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