Playlist.

A weekly tally of memorable things Steve Smith has stuck in his ears lately.

Jürg Freyephemeral constructions – University of South Carolina Experimental Music Workshop/Greg Stuart (Edition Wandelweiser)
> ephemeral constructions; circular music #7 – Jürg Frey, Erik Carlson, Greg Stuart; circular music #6


PancracePancrace (Edition Cairos/Penultimate Press; 2017)


Stick Men with Mel CollinsRoppongi – Live in Tokyo 2017, Show 1 (MoonJune; 2017)


Stick Men with Mel CollinsRoppongi – Live in Tokyo 2017, Show 2 (MoonJune; 2017)


Tom James ScottNocturnes (Skire; 2017)

James WeeksMala Punica – Exaudi, Hotus Ensemble (Winter & Winter; 2017)

Michael Pisarosometimes – colectivo maDam (Edition Wandelweiser)


Gabi LosoncySecurity Besides Love (Recital; 2017)


Anne GuthrieCodiaeum variegatum (Students of Decay; 2014)

Various artists – The Microcosm: Visionary Music of Continental Europe, 1970-1986 (Light in the Attic; 2016)

Grateful DeadCape Cod Coliseum, South Yarmouth, MA, Oct. 27, 1979, from 30 Trips Around the Sun (Grateful Dead/Rhino; 2015)

Jonah Parzen-JohnsonI Try to Remember Where I Come From (Clean Feed; due July 7, 2017)


Billy GombergFlux Factory, Long Island City, NY, April 25, 2017 (SoundCloud; 2017)


The Comet Is ComingDeath to the Planet (Leaf; 2017)

Steven WilsonGrace for Drowning (Kscope; 2011)

Burning GhostsReclamation (Tzadik; due June 30, 2017)

Art Ensemble of ChicagoLive (Delmark; 1972/1991)

Iron MaidenThe Number of the Beast (EMI/Sanctuary; 1982/1998)

Louis BellsonThunderbird (Impulse!; 1966)

ELISION EnsembleThe wreck of former boundaries (HCR; 2017)
> Liza LimHow Forests Think; Aaron CassidyThe wreck of former boundaries

Allman Brothers BandThe 1971 Fillmore East Recordings (Mercury; 1971/2014)

Fred HerschFred Hersch at Jordan Hall: Let Yourself Go (Nonesuch; 1999)

Keith Rowe/Michael Pisaro13 Thirteen (Erstwhile; 2017)

Graham Lambkin/Taku UnamiThe Whistler (Erstwhile; 2017)


Jason MoranBANGS (Yes Records; 2017)


CelerFragile That Eventually Breaks (self-released; 2017)


Stefan FraunbergerQuellgeister #2 “Wurmloch” (Interstellar; 2016)

Christoph Schillerspinet, 2016 (Edition Wandelweiser; 2016)
> spinetstück; baumschule; aus der schachtel


Larry PolanskyPiano Study #5 – Andrew C. Smith (Indexical; 2017)

Kate Carrthe story surrounds us (Helen Scarsdale; 2017)

Roger WatersIs This the Life We Really Want? (Columbia; 2017)


SummonerBeyond the Realm of Light (Magnetic Eye; 2017)


Providence Research EnsembleMusic of J.P.A. Falzone (Infrequent Seams; due June 16, 2017)

Bobby PreviteEmpty Suits (Gramavision; 1991)


Scuba DeathThe Worm at the Core (Further; 2017)

Tangerine DreamQuantum Key (Eastgate; 2015)


Various artists & sources/Alan BishopNight Recordings from Bali (Sublime Frequencies; 2003)


Various artists & sources/Mark GergisI Remember Syria (Sublime Frequencies; 2004)


Sun City GirlsTorch of the Mystics (Abduction; 1990/2015)

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With no disrespect to any of the superb recordings that preceded it, self-released or otherwise, Vol. 0 is the ideal entry point for anyone not yet acquainted with Yarn/Wire, as well as an essential acquisition for those who follow and admire the group already.