Hater’s Sincere provides yet more evidence that Scandinavia is home to some of the most satisfying and worthwhile music in today’s indie-rock world.
Composer and violist Jessica Pavone continues to explore the tactile and sensorial experience of music as a vibration-based medium on ...of Late.
High Pulp’s Pursuit of Ends isn’t craziness piled on top of more craziness. They just don’t feel the need to stick to one person’s idea of what jazz should be.
Charles Mingus’ The Lost Album From Ronnie Scott’s is right there next to his most blistering records from the 1960s. It’s that good.
Peter Manning Robinson’s Celestial Candy is an album unlike any other. It takes one of Western music’s oldest instruments and gives it an intensely new twist.