Sub Pop gives loving, reverent treatment to Mudhoney’s sophomore album. Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge celebrates its 30th birthday.
Real Gone Music continues to reach out and fall great music that fell through the cracks over the years, including the Awakening’s ‘Mirage’ from Black Jazz
Take a step back into 1974, when hair was big and the jazz of Henry Franklin was bigger. Much is going on, be it soulful, swinging, soft, or just plain funky.
Pi Recordings celebrate 20 years in the music business with a series of ambitious remix projects. The first two feature Jlin and Georgia Anne Muldrow.
Jazz bassist Andy Woodson displays a natural command for the soul/jazz fusion sound on ‘Pawpaw’. The album is every bit as enjoyable as it is refined.
Long-time New York jazz sideman Melvin Gibbs breathes new life into protest music on the short but highly potent EP, 4 + 1 Equals 5 for May 25.
Saxophonist Warren Walker unbuckles his modern jazz seat belt to hitch a ride on his modular synthesizer on (n)Traverse Vol. 1.
Portico Quartet’s Terrain is where grand ambitions and warm sounds meet at an opportune intersection where texture ultimately overrules genre.
Rivers Cuomo can preach the gospel of Sabbath with all the sincerity he can summon; there’s still no other way to process Van Weezer than with a tongue planted in a winking cheek somewhere.