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Monday, April 27 2015

Portico: Living Fields

The shift from Portico Quartet to Portico wasn't an evolution; it was a dismantling, a removal of so much of the soul that once made them vital.


Future Brown: Future Brown

Electronic supergroup Future Brown serve up a quietly evolutionary debut that blends multi-cultural styles without sacrificing mass appeal.


Man Without Country: Maximum Entropy

If you don't like music, then you'll adore Maximum Entropy.


Wednesday, April 22 2015

Peggy Lee: At Last: The Lost Radio Recordings

Forty four tracks from Lee’s radio show that she never recorded later and have, for the most part, not been heard since they originally aired.


Tuesday, April 21 2015

Sax Gordon: In the Wee Small Hours

Sax Gordon and friends make for a relaxed performance for the staunch jazz enthusiast.


Marie Davidson: Un Autre Voyage

Canadian Coldwave Queen's third heralds the rise of the machines. Quick hide!


Monday, April 20 2015

Widespread Panic Burns Down Los Angeles Once Again

Playing the right song at the right time has long been part of Widespread Panic's magic formula, and so it was again with their March 2015 concert in Los Angeles.


Daktyl: Cyclical

English DJ Daktyl's first album of originals suffers from a lack of conviction, but shines in short bursts.


Thursday, April 16 2015

Jared C. Balogh Releases ‘Music For Rhymers and Lyrical Designers’ for Free

Somewhat counterintuitively, modern composer Jared C. Balogh rediscovers his hip-hop roots by not rapping with his new release -- which, like most of his music, is available to download for free.


Lapalux: Lustmore

Lustmore is a widescreen vision narrowed by delicate sonic focus that, unlike so much beat music, commands attention.


Jimmy Edgar: Fabriclive 79 (Capsule Reviews) [15.Apr.15]
Elliphant: One More (Capsule Reviews) [15.Apr.15]
Sidewalk Chalk: Shoulder Season (Reviews) [14.Apr.15]
Fort Romeau: Insides (Reviews) [10.Apr.15]
George Van Eps: Once in Awhile (Reviews) [10.Apr.15]
Contretemps: Pronouncement (Reviews) [25.Mar.15]
Jack DeJohnette: Made in Chicago (Reviews) [23.Mar.15]
Erik Deutsch: Outlaw Jazz (Capsule Reviews) [12.Mar.15]
Vijay Iyer Trio: Break Stuff (Reviews) [26.Feb.15]
Hypercolor: Hypercolor (Reviews) [25.Feb.15]
The Best Electronic Music of 2014 (Features) [16.Dec.14]
Andy Stott: Faith in Strangers (Reviews) [25.Nov.14]
Dana Stephens: Peace (Reviews) [21.Nov.14]
Arca: Xen (Reviews) [17.Nov.14]
Roll the Dice: Until Silence (Reviews) [17.Nov.14]
Frank Kimbrough: Quartet (Reviews) [14.Nov.14]
Darius Jones: The Oversoul Manual (Reviews) [11.Nov.14]
Matt Ulery: In the Ivory (Reviews) [10.Nov.14]
Nicholas Payton: Numbers (Reviews) [7.Nov.14]
Betty Who: Take Me When You Go (Reviews) [30.Oct.14]
KMFDM: Our Time Will Come (Reviews) [29.Oct.14]
Populous: Night Safari (Reviews) [28.Oct.14]
The Bad Plus: Inevitable Western (Reviews) [28.Oct.14]
Kypski: Wreck Fader (Capsule Reviews) [27.Oct.14]
Jessie Ware: Tough Love (Reviews) [22.Oct.14]
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey: Worker (Reviews) [17.Oct.14]
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