Dred Scott, Rides Alone

Jazz
July 11, 2019 0
by Sylvannia Garutch Its not often you hear an album performed completely by one musician.  In the hands of veteran pianist Dred Scott, the possibilities are endless. On his latest endeavor Dred Scott Rides Alone, [...]

Ian Wardenski Quintet, Collective Thoughts

Jazz
July 5, 2019 0
by Nolan DeBuke Guitarist Ian Wardenski is a part of the new generation of guitarist that is highlighting original material that includes a vocalist as a vital part of the instrumental sound with prodigious results. [...]
Chamber Jazz

Camila Meza and The Nectar Orchestra, Ámbar

June 25, 2019 0
by Ferell Aubre Camila Meza (Bernstein) was born in Chili. Her musical leanings are inspired by jazz guitarists like George Benson and Pat Metheny, but also her roots of influence are grounded in South American [...]
Jazz

George Cables, I’m All Smiles

June 18, 2019 0
by Sylvannia Garutch Pianist George Cables has been recording as a leader or co-leader since 1975.  He was initially taught piano by his mother and garnered his training at the High School of Performing Arts [...]
Chamber Jazz

Daniel Herskedal, Voyage

June 1, 2019 0
by Sylvannia Garutch Daniel Herskedal began his journey as a young lad on the French horn, during his studies he later took up what would be his primary instrument, the tuba. His formal training began [...]

Jazzblazers

Jazz

Dred Scott, Rides Alone

July 11, 2019 0

by Sylvannia Garutch Its not often you hear an album performed completely by one musician.  In the hands of veteran pianist Dred Scott, the possibilities are endless. On his latest endeavor Dred Scott Rides Alone, […]

Jazz

Ian Wardenski Quintet, Collective Thoughts

July 5, 2019 0

by Nolan DeBuke Guitarist Ian Wardenski is a part of the new generation of guitarist that is highlighting original material that includes a vocalist as a vital part of the instrumental sound with prodigious results. […]

Jazz

George Cables, I’m All Smiles

June 18, 2019 0

by Sylvannia Garutch Pianist George Cables has been recording as a leader or co-leader since 1975.  He was initially taught piano by his mother and garnered his training at the High School of Performing Arts […]

Fusioneers

  • by Ferell Aubre Gary Dean Smith might be a new name in contemporary jazz, but he certainly has been creating music for years. Born in Los Angeles but raised in the south, Gary Dean Smith’s [...]
  • Chris Potter, Circuits

    February 23, 2019 0
    by Sylvannia Garutch Chris Potter was born in Chicago, Illinois, but his family soon moved to Columbia, South Carolina, where he spent his seminal years. Potter showed an early interest in a wide variety of [...]
  • by Sylvannia Garutch Bringing the steel pan instrument into the twenty-first century Jonathan Scales is the cream rising to the top. His innovative approach to his instrument and composing is redefining and challenging traditional expectations [...]
  • by Nolan DeBuke Hailing from Australia, the Clunk Orchestra’s name, derived from the sound it makes, states saxophonist Ron Anderson, has created its own unique sound from the sonic palette of live performances. Their debut [...]

Chris Potter, Circuits

Word Up

Jazz

Dave Bennett, Blood Moon

October 25, 2017 1

by Sylvannia Garutch Multi-instrument phenomenon, Dave Bennett is a clarinet virtuoso who also plays electric guitar, piano, drums and sings. Entirely self-taught, he began playing along with Benny Goodman records at age 10, and by […]

Jazz

Jeff Rupert and Richard Drexler, Imagination

March 8, 2017 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 […]

Jazz

Julphan Tilaportputt, Regards to You II

March 22, 2017 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 […]

Jazz

Dred Scott, Rides Alone

July 11, 2019 0

by Sylvannia Garutch Its not often you hear an album performed completely by one musician.  In the hands of veteran pianist Dred Scott, the possibilities are endless. On his latest endeavor Dred Scott Rides Alone, […]

Jazz

Ian Wardenski Quintet, Collective Thoughts

July 5, 2019 0

by Nolan DeBuke Guitarist Ian Wardenski is a part of the new generation of guitarist that is highlighting original material that includes a vocalist as a vital part of the instrumental sound with prodigious results. […]

Chamber Jazz

Camila Meza and The Nectar Orchestra, Ámbar

June 25, 2019 0

by Ferell Aubre Camila Meza (Bernstein) was born in Chili. Her musical leanings are inspired by jazz guitarists like George Benson and Pat Metheny, but also her roots of influence are grounded in South American […]

Zsófia Boros – Nocturne (Mathias Duplessy)