Playlist.

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

Spotify jukebox does not correspond precisely with the listed selections that follow, but maintains this playlist’s continuity and personality.


Maria PomianowskaThe Voice of Suka (For Tune; 2016)


Dennis GonzálezStars / Air / Stripes (daagnim; 1982)


CelerOasis [Pt. 1] – The Path Around the Palms (self-released; 2017)


Yannis KiriakidesSubvoice (Unsounds; 2016)
> Words and Song without Words – Francesco Dillon; Paramyth – Barbara Lüneburg, Michel Marang, Reinier van Houdt; Toponymy – Hezarfen Ensemble; Music for Viola – Elisabeth Small; Circadian Surveillance – The Electronic Hammer; Der Komponist – Philharmomie Zuidnederland/Bas Wiegers; Testudo – Dario Calderone; Politicus (Dawn in the Giardini); Oneiricon – MAZE

Art Ensemble of Chicago with Muhal Richard AbramsFanfare for the Warriors (Atlantic; 1974)

King CrimsonRadical Action (to Unseat the Hold of Monkey Mind) (DGM; 2017)

Pink FloydPulse (Columbia; 1995)

King Crimson – The Elements 2017 Tour Box (DGM; 2017)

Morton SubotnickSilver Apples of the Moon; The Wild Bull (Wergo; 1967-68/1994)


Keiji HainoWatashi Dake? (Pinakotheca/The Black Editions; 1981/2017)


Felipe LaraInjust Intonations (#BlackLivesMatter) – Conrad Tao (SoundCloud; 2017)

The KnightsNaumburg Orchestral Concerts, Central Park, New York, NY, July 11, 2017 (WQXR; 2017)
> Henry PurcellFantasia Upon One Note; John AdamsCommon Tones in Simple Time; Judd Greenstein – Flute Concerto – Alex Sopp; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Symphony No. 40 in G minor


Motion Sickness of Time TravelDiaries & Documents: 2006-2010 (Adversary Electronics; 2017)


Robert RichLive at the Gatherings 2015 (Industry8; 2017)

Vijay Iyer SextetFar from Over (ECM; due Aug. 25, 2017)


Jute GyteOviri (self-released; 2017)

Tim Berne’s SnakeoilIncidentals (ECM; due Sept. 8, 2017)


Konstrukt featuring David Massey & Graham McLeanLive at Islington Mill (Astral Spirits; 2016)


ImpalersCellar Dweller LP (540 Records/Static Shock; 2017)


Jake MuirAcclimation (Dragon’s Eye; 2017)

King CrimsonSupper Club, New York, NY, Nov. 12, 2000 (DGMLive; 2015)


Don SlepianThe Sea of Bliss (Plumeria Productions/Numero; 1980/2017)


Don SlepianOpen Spaces (Plumeria Productions/Numero; 1980/2017)


Don SlepianNew Dawn (Plumeria Productions/Numero; 1980/2017)

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