Destination Out

Sundays 11pm-2am

Every week, 'Destination Out' features creative improvised music, traditional world music, and jazz. Host Mike Johnston also presents a feature each week, focusing on a particular artist, or a unique style of music.

Audio for each episode of Destination Out is available for two weeks online after the episode airs. To listen, scroll below the playlists on this page and click on the episode you are interested in. You will then see three audio players, one for each hour of the program. This audio is automatically removed two weeks after an episode's original airdate.

Destination Out: September 9, 2018

Sep 9, 2018

This week on "Destination Out", we featured the music of "Karuna", a brand new recording released by Adam Rudolph, Ralph Jones, and Hamid Drake. We also played tracks from various other recording projects the members were involved with in the past 40 years.

Unfortunately, due to a technical error in the recording process of this week's show, only the first hour of the program was recorded for web posting.

This week on "Destination Out", we featured the music of pianist and composer Randy Weston, who passed away September 1st at the age of 92.

This week on "Destination Out", we featured the music of Ornette Coleman played by other artists that were influenced by his music in the early 60's, including some of the first pioneers that played his compositions; John Coltrane, Modern Jazz Quartet, Art pepper, Bill Dixon, Archie Shepp and Marzette Watts.

This week on "Destination Out", we featured new release from; Nicole Mitchell, Dennis Gonzalez, karun Trio, and Johnny Dyani.

Destination Out: August 12, 2018

Aug 12, 2018

This week on "Destination Out", Mike is joined by guest host John Litrenta as they feature Classical and Jazz music blends, including chamber jazz, third stream music, and 20th century composers.

This week includes recordings by Jimmy Giuffre, Charles Mingues, Ornette Coleman, Modern Jazz Quartet, Gil Evans, Gunther Schuller, Erik Satie, Alan Hovhaness, Jacob Druckman, Giacinto Scelsi, Giorgio Gaslini, Keith Jarrett, Buell Neidlinger, and Anthony Ortega.

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