Yanis Varoufakis treats with disdain the idea that economics is a real science – it's more like a contemporary form of religion, propped up by ruling elites to make gullible everyday people remain subservient and go along with the elites' bad and self-serving ideas, he says.
A Hawk and a Hacksaw Summon a Vibrant Folk Spiral with "The Sky Is Blue, The Desert Is Yellow" (premiere)
The Old World-splicing folk duo, a Hawk and a Hacksaw, draw a humid, sandswept slice of music from their latest album, Forest Bathing.
"Giving Up" is an enormous, yet sophisticated club hit in waiting that whets the appetite perfectly for QUIX's Illusions EP and fall tour.
With the inaugural Grandoozy music festival brought to the Mile High City by the co-creators of Bonnaroo and Outside Lands, the expectations — and temperatures — continued to soar. Guess who beat the odds?
Subways on the Sun's Capsize is a richly memorable, affective, and varied effort that serves as both a fitting continuation and ambitious expansion of everything The Honeymoon Stagecoach promised.
That these compositions, various as they are, provide the fuel for a band like this says enough about Allison Miller and Carmen Staaf. They have what it takes.
In collaboration with the wonderfully adept Spektral Quartet, Miguel Zenón's latest, Yo Soy la Tradición, is an astounding record demonstrating how versatile and fluid modern jazz can be in our day.