Playlist.

An occasional tally of memorable things Steve Smith has stuck in his ears lately.



Luca D’Alberto – Endless (7K!; due Spring 2017)


Nicole MitchellMandorla Awakening II: Emerging Worlds (FPE Records; due May 2017)


Rapoon & PromuteMachine River (Zoharum; 2014)


Matt MitchellFØRAGE: Matt Mitchell Plays Tim Berne (Screwgun; 2017)


Nick StorringQualms (self-released; 2017)


Schlippenbach TrioWarsaw Concert (Intakt; 2016)


WarfatherThe Grey Eminence (Greyhaze; 2016)


Scuba DeathThe Worm at the Core (Further; due March 10, 2017)


The NecksUnfold (Ideologic Organ; due Feb. 10, 2017)


Kassel Jaeger/Jim O’RourkeWakes on Cerulean (Editions Mego; due March 10, 2017)


David Weiss & Point of DepartureWake Up Call (Ropeadope; due Feb. 10, 2017)

Grateful DeadDave’s Picks, Vol. 21: Boston Garden, Boston, MA 4/2/73 (Grateful Dead/Rhino; 1973/2017)


CharalambidesStrangle the Wretched Heavens/Glowing Raw (Drawing Room; 2007/2016)

MerzbowCloud Cock OO Grand (Editions Merzbow; 1990)


Michael PisaroAdd Red – Julien Héraud (Crisis; 2015)

Original Motion Picture SoundtrackMoana (Walt Disney; 2016)


Schlippenbach TrioFirst Recordings (Trost; 1972/2014)


Mikel Rouse/MetronomeTake Down (ExitMusic; 2016)


Hildegard WesterkampKits Beach Soundwalk (from Transformations) (empreintes DIGITALes; 2010)


Stefan ThutABC 1-6 – Cristián Alvear, Cyril Bondi, D’Incise (Moving Furniture; due April 1, 2017)

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Album review: David Lang, thorn

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For all that his large-scale works have commanded the spotlight over the last decade or so, David Lang initially burst into the public eye and ear with pithy, concise, and clever chamber works… On 'thorn,' an appealing new CD by flutist Molly Barth, Lang's puckish instrumental miniatures assume center stage.