John Zorn – Salem, 1692 (Tzadik; 2018. Audio samples here.)
Henry Flynt – You Are My Everlovin/Celestial Power (Edition Hundertmark; 1986)
Tony Conrad – Ten Years Alive on the Infinite Plain (Superior Viaduct; 1972/2017)
Various artists – New American Songbooks, Vol. 2 (Sound American; 2018)
Cearley & Dwinell – Fake Time (Polytechnic Youth; 2018)
Kris Davis Trio – Waiting for You to Grow (Clean Feed; 2014)
Various artists – Live from the HCMF 2018 (BBC Radio 3 stream; available here through Dec. 24, 2018) Anthony Braxton – Composition 69M; Alexander Hawkins – It Should Be a Song – Alexander Hawkins; Karlheinz Stockhausen – from Amour for flute – Camilla Hoitenga; Julius Eastman – Evil Nigger – Arditti Quartet/Quatuor Bozzini/Ligeti Quartet; Muhal Richard Abrams – Afrisong; Peace on You – Alexander Hawkins; Mike Svoboda – Music for Piccolo; Peter Eötvös – Cadenza from Shadows – Camilla Hoitenga; John Butcher & Okkyung Lee – Improvisation for Duo
Andie Springer – Dandelion (self-released; 2018)
> Mary Kouyoumdjian – Dandelion; Leaha Maria Villareal – The Warmth of Other Suns; Matt Marks – Mixtape for the Summer of ’63; Jacob Richman – Windeye; Erik DeLuca – Wilderness
This week in On the Record, The Necks defy expectation and categorization on 'Three,' their 21st album, new on Northern Spy. Plus dozens of listings for forthcoming releases.
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This week in On the Record: Bandcamp has responded to the current COVID-19 pandemic by waiving its fees for 24 hours, directing more money to artists and labels—here are some new and recent releases to buy today.