Mark Pritchard's 'Four Worlds' Zigzags From the Avant-garde to Minimal Techno via Leftfield Ambience
Mark Pritchard journeys on past the sonic terrain of Under the Sun to explore new aural landscapes.
Legendary pianist Brad Mehldau continues his tradition of unique musical interpretation by offering a dazzling twist on the works of Johann Sebastian Bach.
Perhaps, Kenneth Whyte suggests, Hoover was not the failure he is often made out to be, and consequently, FDR is not nearly the success he appears to have been.
Whiskey Wolves of the West's Country Roots brings listeners back to the piquant honky tonk sounds of the 1950s and '60s while fully embracing laid-back country roots.
While there are times when Spafford may recall some of the now classic jam bands that propelled the movement in the late '90s, the band has developed a propensity for using these influences as stepping stones to reach new sonic dimensions.
The Outer Limits is a mix of science fiction, nightmares, and surrealism -- the very things that make life worth living even though they scare the bejeebers out of us.
In the midst of a crowdfunding campaign for the release of their first vinyl LP, Magical Beasts share two captivating folk singles.