Episode 310

This episode does two things. One, it weaves it way between the Newish queue and the library–and by that I mean, track by track. And two, it goes all over the dang place, musically speaking. Buckle up. It’s a pretty wild ride, and I’m not getting in the way. We’ll talk in 90.

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Start      Igneous Flame, Arp 12, Speed of Life
4.37       Life Audience, Buddah Wears Headphones, Waves & Particles
9.50       Matthias Grubel, Stars Under the Snow, Matters of Stability
14.16     Stratus Luna, Onirica, Stratus Luna
21.42     Mong Tong, In the K Court, Mystery
25.29     Samurau, Goteborg’s Light, Things Left Unsaid
34.16     Under the Reefs Orchestra, Le Marcheur, Under the Reefs Orchestra*
40.19     Kyle Bobby Dunn, Sets Of Four (Its Meaning Is Deeper Than Its Title Implies), A Young Person’s Guide To
45.08     Eleuteria, Cello Sonata in E Minor (Largo, Allegro), In My Chest
49.16     Domingues & Kane, Lament No 7, Gut + Voltage
54.46     Ambinate, Remnant, Studies
1.00.56  Majestica, Monte Alban, Auriga to Orion
1.06.18  Jarguna & Henrik Meierkord, Through Melancholy, Tapestry Flow
1.14.45  North Atlantic Drift, Formation, Departures, Vol 2
1.19.29  AJNA, Astral Hybridization, Oracular
1.25.46  Spiricom, Dead Time, Anthems for the Afterlife

*A fun story about your clueless host–but let it be said that I do get some unusual album titles here, so bear that in mind. You will hear me say that this album is called “s/t”–because that’s the way it imported in when I downloaded it, and who am I to question such things? It wasn’t until I looked for the link to the album (weeks later) that I understood that “s/t” was not the actual title but meant…yup…”self-titled.”

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