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 Rising 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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