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The Line-Up for 5 January 2018

Anthony Dean-Harris
Editor-in-Chief
anthony.deanharris@nextbop.com / @i_ADH

It's the beginning of a new year, and thus the beginning of a new year of music. This week's show doesn't have all new music, but it'll get there. We're easing in.

The Line-Up for 5 January 2018

Dr. Lonnie Smith - Juju
I've been loving All In My Mind for the last few weeks, and this take on "Juju" in particular. The album drops this Friday.
dela - Get Busy
Jaimie Branch - Theme Nothing
We just got this reviewed last week so we aren't left out of the hullabaloo around Jaimie Branch.
Wayne Escoffery - Acceptance
Just got ahold of Vortex and will be checking it out soon.
Mndsgn - Sheets
Takaaki - Evening Glow
This made it onto the KRTU shelves recently, so I figured I'd give it some play and check it out.
Hiromi & Edmar Castaneda - A Harp in New York
This has been on the air a bit lately on the radio station but I hadn't given it enough play myself, so I'm correcting that.
BADBADNOTGOOD - Salmonella
Julian Lage - The Ramble
I'm liking what I'm hearing of Modern Lore, the new Julian Lage album.
Kamasi Washington - Integrity
This song was shockingly short and I wanted to make sure it fit in the hour.
Combsy - East Tulsa Stomp
I'm going to continue to sing Combsy's praises.
Flying Lotus - Zodiac Shit
Mark Guiliana Jazz Quartet - Inter-Are
This just seemed like a good way to close the hour as I continue to seek out 2018 solutions while not throwing out the baby with the 2017 bathwater.

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