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Pete Davis is a writer and civic advocate from Virginia. He is currently working with the Democracy Policy Institute promoting democracy in the United States. Pete’s new book is Dedicated: The Case for Commitment in an Age of Infinite Browsing. The book discusses the pleasures and pains of “infinite browsing,” some of the fears which drive the cult…
 
Sarah Aroeste returns to Paradigms to share her current project. Sarah has been exploring her Sephardic roots for much of her life; the culture, the music and the nearly extinct language Ladino. In this new record, and the subsequent videos, Sarah has gone to Macedonia, to the town once known as Monastir, to delve into that which survived the genoc…
 
Richard X Bennett plays the piano. He’s an extremely intelligent person, with an inquisitive mind, and it comes across in the music. His new record RXB3 is a collection of pieces mostly written and all recorded during the Covid-19 lockdown of 2020. This music, performed by a trio of piano, bass and drums, offers a substantial meal for your brain, y…
 
Britton Patrick Morgan hails from Eastern Kentucky where his family has lived, worked, and made music for generations. Inspired by the place, the people, and the music he heard, Britton has become a multi-instrumentalist singer/songwriter. He’s just released his second album I Wanna Start a Band which is a collection of songs, recorded during Covid…
 
Brian Woodruff has been inspired by music since childhood. He chose the drums as his instrument and never looked back. Brian is an accomplished composer working mainly in Jazz but integrating Rock and Blues into his music as well. The new record A Centering Peace is a collection of very different pieces all coming through Brian’s own practice of ce…
 
Karin Stein and Ed East are Calle Sur. They’ve been playing together for 2 decades, bringing Latin American music together with mountain music of the global south and Jazz. Their new record Cancun adds keyboards and rhythm to create music for your inner landscape. Ed and Karin themselves come from completely different backgrounds, countries, musica…
 
Dario Acosta Teich has been in love with music since childhood. Growing up in Argentina with parents who encouraged him, a father who was a musician, Dario found himself drawn to numerous styles. In his recent recordings Dario offers listeners different musical perspectives, some of which are surprising. Dario and Baruch discuss the music and the e…
 
David Howard hails from New Haven, Connecticut, where he grew up inspired by music at home, musicians he met through his Dad, fantastic players who came through town or were part of the local music scene. David’s primary instrument is guitar though he also plays piano. He composes and interprets standards and other people’s compositions. David just…
 
Mina Blair has written a book about her healing journey after the death of her daughter, Francesca. The book Not for the last time starts with Francesca’s final illness and death, which is not depressing though it is sad. Mina then goes on to describe her experiences with clergy, friends, family, and her own inner journey, coming to terms with what…
 
James Amutabi and Amani Will of Hoodhippie Universe join Baruch to share their current project Decolonization for Dreamers. This is not so much an interview as an experience of poetry, altruism, and good old fashioned Hippie Love. Whether you’re an elder or a young person or somewhere in between, these two humans will touch you with their exuberanc…
 
Hannah Baiardi has a new record, Straight From The Soul, and it really is. Between her composing, playing, singing and arranging, Hannah shows us her soul, her heart, her talent. The music inhabits a niche between Jazz and R & B. Listeners will find a groove to ride as they feel this music. The songs are personal and also transpersonal. They are fr…
 
Susan Aglukark is one of those people whose mission in life is so inspiring, so focused and loving; the essence of the Paradigms mission. “Singer / songwriter Susan Aglukark is one of Canada’s most unique artists and a leading voice in Canadian music. She blends the Inuktitut and English languages with contemporary pop music arrangements to tell th…
 
Richard Ford is a bassist who has played with some of the biggest names in the Rock Music world. He’s spent the last decade or so scoring films. In 2018 he released an EP, and now he’s released the follow up album Basso Profundissimo 2. This is instrumental music that offers listeners a journey within their own psyche. There is one song with lyrics…
 
Eleanor Dubinsky and Frank Ponzio play music together. Frank’s sister Sally experienced the loss of her son through drug overdose. At a certain point in her grieving Sally wrote a poem which she “received” from her son. Sally, Frank and Eleanor tell us about their process as they collaborated on what was to become the song Remember Me. The conversa…
 
GNL (Greatness No Limit) Zamba returns to Paradigms to share his new record The Spear. Zamba’s latest album is a triumph of Afro Human Centric Hip hop and Rock with Punk undertones. The message coming through these songs is a direct appeal to the listener to face what’s hard and focus on solutions. Musically it’s got plenty of energy and great musi…
 
Rupert Wates was born and grew up in the UK where he started his musical life. He currently divides his time between New York City and Colorado. He’s just released a new record called Lamentations, a collection of songs that come out of his life, including recently becoming a parent. Rupert is mostly a solo player. His guitar playing combines class…
 
Lyle Workman has a new record Uncommon Measures. You’ve heard Lyle’s music in movies and TV shows, now he’s released this album of fantastic instrumentals that blend Rock, Jazz, Classical, and more. It’s an amazing collection of music for your head and heart. Lyle has assembled an impressive diverse group of musicians, including an Orchestra, to br…
 
Grammy-winning Singer, Violinist, Composer Lili Haydn is releasing a new album More Love featuring the powerful single Sayonara. Whether it’s a solo album, a record with her band Opium Moon, a score for a film or TV show, Lili is a person who moves through the world with intention and integrity. This new album exemplifies these qualities. Musically…
 
Matt McGinn is a musician from Northern Ireland. A few years back he was inspired to make a record called Lessons of War. He wrote and co-wrote the 10 songs on the album, and they are sure to move you. The album came out in 2020 just as Covid hit the world, so the tour for the album was cancelled. Performers include Matt of course, but also John Mc…
 
Brooklyn Raga Massive is a musical cultural community of people committed to the musical form “The Raga” which is the main paradigm of Indian Classical Music. Neel Murgai and David Ellenbogan, two principles in BRM, join Baruch to share new music, In D, and to explain the Raga as a form, and to invite others to participate in Brooklyn Raga Massive.…
 
Meet The Tiptons Sax Quartet (minus their drummer Robert Kainar) Amy Denio, Jessica Lurie, Sue Orfield and Tina Richarson. Each an accomplished musician/composer/educator in their own right, they’ve been playing together for decades, and they have a new record out Wabi Sabi which is upbeat and jazzy and really fun! Originally they were called The B…
 
Michaeleen Doucleff, Ph.D. works as a correspondent for NPR’s Science Desk. In 2015 she was part of the team that won a George Foster Peabody Award for their coverage of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. She holds a Doctorate in chemistry. Doucleff’s new book is Hunt, Gather, Parent: What Ancient Cultures Can Teach Us About the Lost Art of Raising…
 
Duncan Reed returns to Paradigms to share his new record The Road Part I. It’s a collection of songs inspired by places Duncan has visited on his travels. The music is poignant and beautiful. The Road Part II will be out around the end of the year. Duncan treats us to a live mini-concert and tells us about the songs. which range in subject from Wor…
 
Alexander McCabe is a saxophonist and composer. Originally from Boston, he’s made his life in New York City since the 1980s. He’s a regular on the Jazz scene, but he has also played in the Ska band Mephiskapheles, toured with Ray Charles, and composes for film and television. The new record I’d Prefer is a wonderful collection of original songs tha…
 
The Americana soul artist / activist Lilli Lewis, known as the Folk Rock Diva, ushered in 2020 curating Folk Alliance International’s Louisiana Red Hot Records Roots & Rhythm Showcase as Label Manager and A&R Head, and is spearheading FAI’s new “Committing to Conversation” cultural equity, race and social justice initiative. – LilliLewis.com Lilli …
 
Debbie Aung Din Taylor is one of the principals in Proximity Designs, founded in 2004 with the commitment to bring social interest design to Myanmar’s underserved rural families. Debbie explains to Baruch what Proximity Designs has been working on and how their projects are changing lives, in the areas of Farm Tech, Agronomy, Finance and Research. …
 
In 2018 John Redmon and Thomas J. Dawson, Jr. teamed up to record a fresh and new jazzy version of What a Wonderful World arranged by Dawson. Next thing you know they have recorded a whole album Honoring Louis Armstrong. The record is a beautiful tribute and a musical feast of memories and classic songs. Great music! What does it mean to give tribu…
 
Steven Keene is paying attention to what he perceives, and writing songs. Born in Brooklyn, Steve came up through the club and café scene in Greenwich Village in the 1990’s. Steve has recorded a number of records. The new one Them & Us offers perspective on current cultural challenges, along with the universal theme of relationships and love. Steve…
 
“In Fermentation as Metaphor, Sandor Ellix Katz— bestselling author and James Beard Award winner—meditates on his unique art and work, drawing fascinating connections between microbial communities and aspects of human culture: politics, religion, social and cultural movements, art, music, sexuality, identity, and even our individual thoughts and fe…
 
Andy Desmond was a rocker who played with many of the great Rock’n’Roll artists of the 20th century; Fleetwood Mac, Fairport Convention, Hall and Oates, Randy Newman, Ry Cooder, and others. Then something happened and he discovered a different path. Andy Desmond became Miten, and devoted his life and his music to spirituality. Together with partner…
 
“Legend has it that Celtic Monks used a specially prepared mixture of ashes obtained from the burning of the boughs of nine sacred trees – Alder, Ash, Birch, Elm, Hazel, Oak, Rowan, Willow and Yew. The use of the ash in ceremonies was important, but for the monk, the collection of the individual woods was an act of worship in itself. ” – mattsteady…
 
Wayne Mcsweeney came to San Francisco, California, from Ireland in 1996. Being himself, a person of conscience and curiousity, he sought out the Tenderloin where he found beauty and brokenness and humanity. It’s Christmas, a time where supposedly people remember, at least for a day or two, to be kind, to share, to help those in need. In 2020 United…
 
Nightsong is John Reed, Jo Beth Young, and Ali Karim. Their new record is 16 songs inspired by the past to inform the present for a more deliberate and better future for humanity. The album release is December 21, Winter Solstice, 2020. “The songs of The Peasants’ Revolt show that the lot of peasants varied across the country. The songs give an ins…
 
CeCe Gable is a Jazz vocalist who has performed throughout the US, Europe, and Japan. Originally from Ohio, CeCe has moved around, spent time in Vermont, and eventually settled down in Reno, Nevada where she has been a featured Guest Artist with the Reno Jazz Orchestra, the Reno Philharmonic, the Reno Pops and the Carson Symphony. CeCe’s new record…
 
Jim Kweskin has been an iconic figure on the music scene for decades! He grew up listening to the music of his time, Swing and Jazz and Folk, and went on to found the Jim Kweskin Jug Band. Kweskin has lived in community most of his life. One of the children raised in that community is Samoa Wilson who has become a singer. Jim and Samoa have been ma…
 
Alba Careta is a jazz trumpet player, and a composer. She is from Catalonia, and has spent time in Holland studying music. Her recent record Alades is a triumph. Careta’s compositions, her playing, and the other players on the record, offer fresh music with depth and a lot of energy. Angelina Llongueras joins Baruch for an update on events in Catal…
 
Zen Zadravec is a composer and musician, tapping into his native creativity and channeling it through jazz. Have you ever met someone who speaks multiple languages? Zen, the multi-instrumentalist, speaks multiple musical languages. The new record is Human Revolution and the name says it all. Zen is interested in humanity, in our progress, in where …
 
Dahlia Dumont is The Blue Dahlia. Raised in Brooklyn, a traveler and student of human nature, Dahlia writes, composes, sings and plays music that Is both light and solid. She explores styles from Post-war Pop to contemporary electronica. Dahlia is an anthropologist. The discussion between Dahlia and Baruch looks at the United States, the current st…
 
Ruthless Cosmopolitans is a cathartic/parodic/prophetic response to the spiraling state of our nation, and the world. Music, poetry, performance and imagery are the mediums employed to spread this synaesthetic form of sympathetic magic. Word. Sound. Sign. Signal. ” – ruthlesscosmopolitans.com Jon Madof and Eden Pearlstein (aka ePRHYME) join Baruch …
 
Whether it’s the change of the seasons, a fun night to play, a ritual of grief and renewal, the thinning of the veils between the living and the dead, Dîa de los Muertos, whatever it means to you, the end of October is significant in many traditions. In this episode of Paradigms we hear from songwriters before we hear their witchy magical soulful a…
 
Brad Lauretti performs as This Frontier Needs Heroes, an interesting name which he will explain during the interview. The new record is Go With the Flow. Brad brings a country progressive folk sensibility to his music. The songs are about the human condition, and he doesn’t pull any punches with his messaging. As soon as you start to listen you wil…
 
Matt DeMerritt plays tenor, alto, and baritone saxes, flute, keyboards, and melodica. He’s an accomplished sideman and a composer in his own right. Matt has recorded his first album Fool’s Journey, bringing the symbolism and wisdom of Tarot to us via jazz music. Matt is a person who explores consciousness through various forms of meditation practic…
 
Betty LaDuke has been making art that addresses the human condition for seven decades! Her current works address many of our current social, political, and environmental challenges; tall wooden panels depicting various abstract and representational human situations, presented with bright and earthy colors. Betty talks about her work, her motives, a…
 
“Nsimbi is a Ugandan – American international award-winning duo formed by Ugandan hip-hop pioneer GNL Zamba and American world fusion artist Miriam Tamar.” – Nsimbimusic.com Miriam and Zamba join Baruch to discuss their musical mission, to connect people with culture and with each other. Their new record is self-titled Nsimbi. As life partners and …
 
Kristina Train is a classically trained violinist. She’s a songwriter and singer who blends elements of classical music theory with a jazzy country sound and sensibility that sounds smooth, at times sultry, relaxing and stimulating at the same time. The new record Rayon City will be released soon. Years in the making this collection of songs speaks…
 
Kiki Valera is the oldest son of the famous La Familia Valera Miranda septet, a multi-generational traditional music group from Santiago de Cuba. Kiki, like most of his family, is a virtuoso. A multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, sound engineer and producer, he’s best known as one of the world’s greatest players of the Cuban cuatro, a mid-si…
 
“Andrew Adkins’ new single, Vagabond Shoes was inspired by COVID-19 and written, recorded, and produced in his home studio in East Nashville while in quarantine. “Back in March much of Nashville was ravaged by a devastating tornado. We were in the throes of that when coronavirus hit only a couple of weeks later.” Adkins says. “I went into quarantin…
 
In 2017 Thomas Muhammad produced a film Malcolm X: An Overwhelming Influence on the Black Power Movement! The film is a brilliant and sensitive telling of the story of one of the United States’ most significant human rights activists. Through interviews with family and friends of Malcolm, the film tells the story of Malcolm Little’s childhood and y…
 
Fantomaticos new single Boa Noite Porto Alegre “…presents a chaotic and troubled portrait of our times from the perspective of everyday experience in the capital of Rio Grande do Sul.” Fantomaticos is a Brazilian rock band. Their influences are many and varied, from the iconic to less well-known artists. If you like rock music with a message and a …
 
Three-time Grammy Nominee Brady Rymer and UK BBC Folk Award Nominee David Gibb are musicians who discovered each other’s music and decided to collaborate. They make joyful music intended for all listeners, but especially children and families. Their new album Songs Across the Pond will delight and inspire you! David and Brady join Baruch for a conv…
 
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