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Julphan Tilaportputt, Regards to You II

March 22, 2017 admin 0

by Ferell Aubre It should come as no surprise that some of the most viscerally exciting music should come from parts unknown – not just as far removed as Southern India and Azerbaijan, but more […]

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Alessandro Fadini, A Dark and Stormy Day

March 8, 2017 admin 0

by Nolan Debuke Italian pianist and composer Alessandro Fadini combines his talents as a well-educated mathematician and a self-taught pianist, to produce a unique sound on his debut album, A Dark Stormy Day.  This is […]

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Jeff Rupert and Richard Drexler, Imagination

March 8, 2017 admin 0

by Raul da Gama Jeff Rupert and pianist Richard Drexler shine in all their radiant creativity on Imagination.  Creating an unmatched nimbleness of sound, though a stripped-down duet performance, the full and wholesome interaction of […]

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Nicolas Kummert, La Diversité

March 1, 2017 admin 0

by Sylvannia Garutch At the age of 17 Belgium saxophonist Nicolas Kummert gained an affinity for African music from a two month stay in Senegal, where he collaborated with local musicians and later from Benin, […]

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Alex Weitz, Luma

February 8, 2017 admin 0

by Raul da Gama There are many ways to make an uplifting album, but one that manages to convey its deeply personal sources of inspiration, while at the same time welcoming the listener into the […]

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Equally Stupid, Escape from The Unhappy Society

February 4, 2017 admin 0

By Nolan Debuke Equally Stupid, a band of compadres, that feature three like-minded gents from varying backgrounds, again come together to continue their journey of musical exploration. Building on the ideals of their previous album, […]

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Jan Kus, Faith

February 2, 2017 admin 0

by Sylvannia Garutch At a young age saxophonist Jan Kus was a promising saxophonist, a scholarship from the Slovenian Ministry of Culture to study at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, studies which included tours […]

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Troy Roberts, Tales & Tones

January 17, 2017 admin 0

by Raul da Gama Nine songs infatuate the modern equivalent of a power-quartet that gets off to a flying start. Leaping out of the gates are Troy Roberts (on soprano saxophone for starters), Silvano Monasterios […]

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Sound Underground, Quiet Spaces

January 10, 2017 admin 0

by Sylvannia Garutch Sound Underground is a trio with an unusual approach in instrumentation. Comprised of saxophonist David Leon, trumpeter Alec Aldred and guitarist Jonah Udall, the collective traverses through inventive textures and colors far […]