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Episode #3529

October 2013 New Releases

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Thursday, October 31, 2013

It's that time of the month again for the new releases show on New Sounds, despite the fact that it's All Hallows' Eve. John Schaefer carefully sorts through the stacks, bins, and boatloads of new CDs which have come across his desk over the past month to present some of the finest (and scariest) new releases. He'll pick the lentils from the ashes to present the cream of this crop.

PROGRAM #3529, New Releases, October 2013 (10/31//2013)                                                        

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Stefan Zeniuk & Gato Loco

The Enchanted Messa (after Giuseppe Verdi)

Die, You Sucka (Dies Irae of Verdi Requiem) [3:44]

Winter & Winter 910 211-2

www.winterandwinter.com


Daniel Jacobson

new music::new Ireland one

ZoiD vs Nick Roth: Kecskemet Mix [5:00]

http://cmc.ie/shop

The Raybeats

The Lost Philip Glass Sessions

Pack of Camels [4:55]

Orange Mountain Music OMM 7008
orangemountainmusic.com

David Starobin, with Mari Yoshinaga, percussion

New Music with Guitar, Vol. 8>

Paul Lansky: Partita for guitar and percussion - Allemande [4:56]

Bridge Records 9404
www.bridgerecords.com

Ensemble Ériu

Ensemble Ériu

Jurna [8:58]

raelachrecords.com

Evan Ziporyn

In My Mind and In My Car

In My Mind and In My Car [5:54]

Airplane Ears
Digital download only.

airplaneears.com

Tim Hecker

Virgins

Live Room [7:00]

Kranky  KRANK 183

www.kranky.net

David Starobin, with Mari Yoshinaga, percussion

Vol. 8

Paul Lansky: Partita for guitar and percussion - Gigue [5:01]

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