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Episode #3516

New Releases, September 2013

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Monday, September 30, 2013

It's that time of the month again! Time to showcase all the latest new releases that have come across the desk (and made it ALL THE WAY OFF of the desk, in fact!)  John Schaefer sorts through the stacks of new CDs, the Soundcloud files, and other digital submissions direct to his inbox to present some of the finest new music for the month.

PROGRAM #3516– New Releases, September 2013 (First aired on 9/30/2013)             

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

ETHEL

Documerica

James Kimo Williams: Veterans Lament [4:43]

This performance not commercially available.
Info at BAM.org

Baldo Martínez feat. Germán Díaz, David Herrington & Antonio Bravo

Zona Acustica I

Pais de Ningures [6:06]

A digital only reissue of their 2003 recording.  Available at Amazon.com, iTunes, and Emusic.com

 

Daniel Bachman

Jesus I'm a Sinner

Under the Shade of the Trees [6:14]

Tompkins Square LP (TSQ2950), CD (TSQ2943)
tompkinssquare.com
Due out October 8, 2013.
Info at danielbachman.com

Rajery & Ballaké Sissoko, Driss El Maloumi

3MA (2008)

Anfass [6:11]

Contrejour/ Harmonia Mundi
www.contrejour.com  or Available through Amazon.com or iTunes

Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita

Clychau Dibon

Ceffylau [5:23]

Astar Mwlden AAR CDA 025
Due out October 13, 2013
www.astarmusic.co.uk
astarartes.bandcamp.com

Ellika Solo Rafael

NOW

Skänklåt från Bingsjö  /Sahadougou/Kelefapolska/Kelefaba [8:30]

Country & Eastern CE26
www.countryandeastern.se

Claudia Quintet (Hollenbeck)

September

17th, Loop Piece [6:53]

Cuneiform Records RUNE 377
www.cuneiformrecords.com

Peter Cancurra

Down Home

Those Were The Times [4:03]

www.petrcancura.com

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