Monday, November 10 2014
Prokofiev's only two violin sonatas get the reading of a lifetime.
Age has slowed her a bit, but at 75, the gospel great delivers
Friday, November 7 2014
On his first solo release, Epic (from the Chicago hip-hop maestros BBU) obliterates the boundary between personal and political.
You might not associate SPC ECO's synth-driven "One for the Little One" to frontman Dean Garcia's previous work in Curve at first, but the track's frenetic energy will help you make the connection.
Dallas, Texas troubador Ronnie Fauss calls the tune "The Big Catch" the "emotional anchor" of his just released album, Built to Break.
The bad boy of rock and the badass of metal. This is Nick Oliveri without a filter.
Musical chameleon continues to defy easy classification with his latest, the misleadingly titled Black Metal.
Listening to her latest album and hearing the delightfully brassy version of Duke Ellington's "Mood Indigo”, it's hard not to wish she'd done an entire recording of gritty blues covers.
American Interior certainly sounds like the most ambitious Rhys project since he belonged in a bigger band.
A kind of concept album that places a void at the center of black American music, a void for you to fill.