Roger Beaujolais Italian Trio, Barba Lunga

Jazz
January 17, 2019 0
by Sylvannia Garutch Barba Lunga is the 20th album by Roger Beaujolais.  What is so fascinating about Beaujolais is he is a self-taught English vibraphonist. Beaujolais became well known for his work with the Chevalier [...]

Enric Peidro, Keep That Swing in Your Soul

Jazz
January 11, 2019 0
by Sylvannia Garutch Tenor saxophonist, Enric Peidro is a self-taught musician.  He began his journey of becoming a professional musician at age fourteen. Peidro’s sound and phrasing are deeply rooted in the swing-era, and he [...]
Latin

Adaury Mothé, Dois Amigos

December 25, 2018 0
by Sylvannia Garutch Pianist, composer and arranger Adaury Mothé launches Dois Amigos (Sputnik Phonograms), his debut CD which presents a unique authorial repertoire pacing with samba jazz, choro, ijexá, among other styles. The work reflects [...]
World

Elizabeth Woodbury Kasius & Heard, Flyway

December 20, 2018 1
by Ferell Aubre Multi-instrumentalist and leader of the group Heard, Elizabeth Woodbury Kasius grew up in Glens Falls, New York.  She studied piano performance, composition, and ethnomusicology at the University of Washington and Cornish College [...]
Jazz

Steve McQuarry, Aire

December 17, 2018 0
by Sylvannia Garutch Growing up in Denver Colorado pianist and composer Steve McQuarry was afforded a home filled with his mothers piano playing.  It was this inspiration that led him to study at the Eastman [...]

Jazz Requests

Jazz

Roger Beaujolais Italian Trio, Barba Lunga

January 17, 2019 0

by Sylvannia Garutch Barba Lunga is the 20th album by Roger Beaujolais.  What is so fascinating about Beaujolais is he is a self-taught English vibraphonist. Beaujolais became well known for his work with the Chevalier […]

Jazz

Enric Peidro, Keep That Swing in Your Soul

January 11, 2019 0

by Sylvannia Garutch Tenor saxophonist, Enric Peidro is a self-taught musician.  He began his journey of becoming a professional musician at age fourteen. Peidro’s sound and phrasing are deeply rooted in the swing-era, and he […]

Jazz

Steve McQuarry, Aire

December 17, 2018 0

by Sylvannia Garutch Growing up in Denver Colorado pianist and composer Steve McQuarry was afforded a home filled with his mothers piano playing.  It was this inspiration that led him to study at the Eastman […]

Fusioneers

  • 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 [...]
  • by Ferell Aubre Guitarist and composer Al Di Meola has established himself as one of the major guitarist in the jazz fusion genre. Starting in the early 70s Di Meola started to build his reputation [...]
  • by Sylvannia Garutch Kamasi Washington burst onto the scene with the success of his album Epic in 2015 on Brainfeeder, you could not pick up a magazine without seeing him adorn the front cover. In [...]

A Legendary Christams

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Jazz

Kevin Quinn, Paramedic

September 22, 2018 1

by Ferell Aubre Born and raised in New York, Kevin Quinn had the opportunity to absorb the cities rich jazz history growing up.  At eighteen he began his formal training, and while attending the State […]

Jazz

Equally Stupid, Escape from The Unhappy Society

February 4, 2017 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, […]

Jazz

The Fred Hughes Trio, Matrix

May 30, 2017 0

by Raul da Gama There is no substitute with an album full of luscious, no-nonsense swinging music played with fierce dedication to the idiom, unadorned chiseling of classic Jazz tempo; juxtapositioning of rhythm close to, […]

Jazz

Roger Beaujolais Italian Trio, Barba Lunga

January 17, 2019 0

by Sylvannia Garutch Barba Lunga is the 20th album by Roger Beaujolais.  What is so fascinating about Beaujolais is he is a self-taught English vibraphonist. Beaujolais became well known for his work with the Chevalier […]

Jazz

Enric Peidro, Keep That Swing in Your Soul

January 11, 2019 0

by Sylvannia Garutch Tenor saxophonist, Enric Peidro is a self-taught musician.  He began his journey of becoming a professional musician at age fourteen. Peidro’s sound and phrasing are deeply rooted in the swing-era, and he […]

Latin

Adaury Mothé, Dois Amigos

December 25, 2018 0

by Sylvannia Garutch Pianist, composer and arranger Adaury Mothé launches Dois Amigos (Sputnik Phonograms), his debut CD which presents a unique authorial repertoire pacing with samba jazz, choro, ijexá, among other styles. The work reflects […]

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