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Sam Barsh draws from an eclectic group of influences to form his own distinctive blend of jazz, with touches of ambient music and rhythm and blues in the sapient mix. Hi…
On their eponymous debut disc, the Italian duo Bespoken artfully straddles the worlds of ambient music and free improvisation. Though I am not familiar with either of the m…
New York born, but Denmark raised percussionist Marilyn Mazur sealed her spot in history during her four plus years of work in both the studio and on tour with Miles Dav…
Highly acclaimed new urban jazz keyboardist Bob Baldwin has recently released a DVD entitled Memoirs From The Hudson on NuGroove Records. The DVD features footage…
This is one of those records that is classified by its unclassifiable nature. The Dinosaurus Records website throws out a few suggestions such as "jazztronica," "chillou…
Zim Ngqawana is a world musician proficient on brass, keyboards and woodwind instruments in addition to being a penetrating vocalist. Born in Port Elizabeth along South …
Hearing David Chenu’s album Two is like listening to someone finally telling the truth. It’s dark, stark and magnetic. This is not what you would label "happy" …
In the world of virtuoso guitarists, Michele Ramo and Mundell Lowe are probably near the top of the pile. Yet in this album of duets on jazz classics, there is no flag w…
I know nothing about the principals on this disc, so we’ll cut to the chase. The Geographers is a disc of pure improvisation from the UK label …
Grand Pianoramax is the self-titled debut "Nu-Jazz" album from keyboardist Leo Tardin. As a huge fan of the New York inspired techno-jazz-funk-fusion blend, I am ver…