Playlist.

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

Iceland Symphony OrchestraEmergence (ISO Project Vol. 1) – Daníel Bjarnason (Sono Luminus; due April 7, 2017)
> Anna ThorvaldsdóttirDreaming; Daníel BjarnasonEmergenceThurídur JónsdóttirFlow and FusionMaría Huld Markan SigfúsdóttirAequoraHlynur Aðils VilmarssonBD

Harrison BirtwistleThe Triumph of Time – Philharmonia Orchestra/Elgar Howarth; Ritual Fragment – London Sinfonietta; Gawain’s Journey – Philharmonia Orchestra/Elgar Howarth (NMC Recordings; 2005)

Peter GarlandWalk in Beauty (New Albion; 1994)
> Walk in Beauty – Aki Takahashi; Sones del flor – Abel-Steinberg-Winant Trio; Journada del muerto – Aki Takahashi

Michael PisaroResting in a Fold of the Fog – Didier Aschour, Stéphane Garin, Michael Pisaro (Potlatch; 2017)


Jim O’RourkeSteamroom 32 (Steamroom; 2017)


Mayhem – De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas Alive (self-released; 2017)

King CrimsonZoom Club, Frankfurt, Germany, April 15, 1971 (DGMLive; 1971/2010)


Stick Men+ with David CrossMidori (MoonJune; 2016)


Grant EvansAnd the body beneath. (Adversary Electronics; 2017)


Motion Sickness of Time TravelLet-Down (Adversary Electronics; 2017)

MirrorEye of the Storm (Streamline; 1999)


George LewisThe Will to Adorn – International Contemporary Ensemble (New Focus; 2017)
> The Will to Adorn; Shadowgraph, 5; Born Obbligato; In Memoriam Albert Lee Murray

Ian David Rosenbaum – Memory Palace (VIA Records; 2016)
> Timo Andres – Crashing Through Fences (featuring Gina Izzo); David CrowellCelestial Sphere; Paola PrestiniG-Force (featuring Brooklyn Rider); Tawnie OlsonMeadowlark; Christopher CerroneMemory Palace

Prince1999 (Warner Bros.; 1982)


King Gizzard & The Lizard WizardFlying Microtonal Banana (ATO; due Feb. 24, 2017)

Peter HammillIn Camera (Charisma; 1974/2006)


Áine O’DwyerMusic for Church Cleaners (Fort Evil Fruit; 2012)


Amirtha Kidambi Elder OnesHoly Science (Northern Spy; 2016)

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