Wednesday, October 30 2013
A newly decolonised country needed an orchestre, so President Moktar Ould Daddah knocked one together and sent the musicians to Ghana to get them up to scratch.
Thursday, April 16 2015
Seth Glier abstains from pretense and offers instead an album filled unbridled pop perfection.
Wednesday, April 15 2015
Michael Vincent Waller gently expands the limits of his sounds and the quantity of his compositions.
The Detroit house producer's Fabriclive entry allows him to show off his own Ultramajic label.
An EP that'll stay with you...even if you don't have an elephant's memory.
Monday, April 13 2015
Strange Wilds' first single for Sub Pop introduces a unique band, one we're ready to hear more from.
Get lost in an overall feeling and mood that becomes more complex the longer you stay there.
Wednesday, April 8 2015
All in all, The Newpart represents Verch in tip-top musical shape, albeit in ex post facto force.
Tuesday, April 7 2015
The Juno nominee proves that he still has what it takes to innovate in We Are the Reckoning.
Ambitious, beautiful indie pop and alt-classical concept album creates sonic images of dark and light, sun and moon.
Tuesday, March 24 2015
A Canadian trio has come to put a little spring in your step. No, it's not Rush.
Monday, March 23 2015
Notes from the (Pop) Underground.
Tuesday, March 17 2015
The Tootie trio leave their stamp on the jazz world, with a few extra tricks up their sleeve, in Philadelphia Beat.
Thursday, March 12 2015
The New York keyboard extraordinaire reasserts himself to the top of the heap with the uncanny fusion of country and jazz.
Monday, March 9 2015
Dark-tinged indie pop strikes a rare balance between being invigoratingly fun and pensively moving.
Thursday, March 5 2015
A funky jazz album about atonement, forgiveness, war, peace, liberation, love, death and sex... or so we're told.
Monday, March 2 2015
Pile finally return to the studio, foaming at the mouth, after last year's excellent "Special Snowflakes" single.
Thursday, February 26 2015
On Music for Church Cleaners Vol. I and II, O'Dywer, normally a harpist, brings her melodic sense of improvisation to the pipe organ.
Monday, February 23 2015
On his sweetly laid-back debut, Mead meanders back and forth between finding his own voice and standing on the shoulders of giants.
Thursday, February 19 2015
Kirtan for Causes: How one Sikh from Australia is promoting world peace through music.