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We'll sample several tracks from the new album on this episode, along with a new live release from the Australian-Japanese outfit Orbirturtle. We'll also hear from Ethi-jazz pioneer Mulatu Astatke and his collaboration with Melbourne's Black Jesus Experience, and from a trio led by Israeli pianist Shai Maestro - both he and Astatke will be touring the country next month.
Tracks in this program
1. ‘Modul 4’ - Nik Bartsch's Mobile
CD: Continuum, 2016
2. ‘Amalthea’ - Justin Mullens
CD: The Cornucopiad, 2016
3. ‘Cocoon’ - Wolfert Brederode Trio
CD: Black Ice, 2016
4. ‘Evolution’ - Joe Lovano with Paul Grabowsky Trio
ABC Jazz / Jazztrack recording, 2015 MIJF
5. ‘Painting’ - Shai Maestro Trio
CD: Untold Stories, 2015
6. ‘Pinzin Kinzin’ - Avishai Cohen Trio
CD: Gently Disturbed, 2008
7. ‘Hey Maddy’ - Simon Starr
CD: 27/04, 2016
8. ‘Ein Gev Choro’ - Frock
CD: Apogee, 2012
9. ‘Cool Baby’ - Kristin Berardi
CD: Where Or When, 2015
10. ‘Modul 60’ - Nik Bartsch's Mobile
CD: Continuum, 2016
11. ‘If Roses Could Weep’ - Casey Moir Band
CD: Rabbit Hole, 2016
12. ‘Part 1’ - Orbiturtle
CD: Live in Tokyo, 2016
13. ‘Sabye’ - Mulatu Astatke & Black Jesus Experience
CD: Cradle of Humanity, 2016
14. ‘Boat People’ - Origami
CD: Billy Tea to Burgers, 2015
Presenter: Jessica Nicholas
Image: Nik Bartsch's Website
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Nik Bärtsch (born 3 August 1971) is a Swiss pianist, composer and producer from Zurich. Life: He began studying piano and percussion at the age of 8. In 1997 he graduated from the Musikhochschule Zürich. Between the years of 1989 and 2001 he studied philosophy, linguistics and musicology at the University of Zurich. He was an Instructor for 'Practical Aesthetics' at the 'Musikhochschule...
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