Thursday, July 9 2015
It's good to have them back, if only for the promise of the next album.
Wednesday, July 8 2015
Beth Bombara strips away life's worn edges to reveal the subtle beauty in the familiar.
Monday, July 6 2015
Bassist John Patitucci returns home with a new bass and a few friends to ostensibly explore the music that shaped his love of the instrument.
If Jeff Tweedy, Glen Hansard, and Sufjan Stevens met Tom Waits at Justin Vernon’s Wisconsin cabin, the result would be Acadia.
Monday, June 29 2015
Soon Enough Love is a Darwinian battle between beats and strings.
Landrus can certainly play, but it's his full sensibilities that merit attention on his latest album.
Thursday, June 25 2015
Long-lost Ohio cult classic gets a much-needed reissue.
Wednesday, June 24 2015
Cool It isn’t a revolutionary record, but it’s a pleasant listen from top to bottom and another worthy addition to Cohen's astoundingly depth-ridden catalog.
Tuesday, June 23 2015
Brimming with unseen potential, HONNE makes a shaky first impression on Coastal Love.
Zero 7 and friends create a gentle and compelling EP.
Monday, June 22 2015
Utilizing relentless rhythms to underscore their wistful resolve, Sugar & The Hi-Lows still manage to keep a subtle bond amidst their mutual admiration.
Royce Wood Junior unleashes an unusual and heady mix of styles and talent on debut The Ashen Tang.
Friday, June 19 2015
An upstanding piece of jazz music, The Talk of the Town comes as a strong recommendation to those who can appreciate the simplicity in the adeptness of this pianist at work in his prime.
Berry’s infectious style of guitar playing, lyrical phrasing, and the combination of salacious innuendoes and racial awareness still hold up.
The Kandinsky Effect are assembled from three standard jazz instruments. The sound they create isn't so standard.
Thursday, June 18 2015
Snow Ghosts's second full-length is the sound of ambition being met halfway.
Sand in Your Eyes is as frustrating as it is enjoyable.
With Sun Might Shine on Me, Grant Dermody applies his harmonica skills in a variety of settings, from the hills of Appalachia to the Crescent City and its Creole confines.
Wednesday, June 17 2015
A group of talented musicians, Pocket Panda rely too heavily on prevailing pop trends to manage any sort of lasting impact.
The third installment of Late Night Tales' After Dark series, again curated by DJ Bill Brewster, is a decades-spanning, funky good time.