Aoife O’Donovan’s Age of Apathy is lushly layered and sophisticated. Its connections to contemporary jazz and even classical music are clearly evident.
Bonobo’s Fragments represents a rare step back from one of the 21st century’s leading electronic luminaries. It doesn’t bring enough new ideas.
Folkie Eliza Gilkyson’s Songs From the River Wind offers a balm to the human heart during this current plague season of disease and political strife.
Drummer Andrew Cyrille, bassist William Parker, and flugelhornist Enrico Rava pay tribute to the late Cecil Taylor on ‘2 Blues for Cecil’ minus a piano.
Whether he’s detailing the negative aspects of life or celebrating the positive ones, Southern rock’s Rob Aldridge asks us to use our minds and our hearts.
Our lives are full of Ghost Stories, and the Whitmore Sisters’ “blood harmonies” are the spirits that express the deep connections we share with each other.
Lord Nelson’s bark may not be worse than their bite—their bark is their bite. They alert you to the power and glory of loud rock ‘n’ roll.
The second in a series of four, Good Time Music finds Steven Bernstein’s Millennial Territory Orchestra having fun with music that makes you feel great.