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Spanning the last several years Finnish modern jazz pianist/composer Mike Pohjola has been applying his multifarious crafts while residing in New York City. On this rath…
The physics of how unsung words and music become sensible in the act of listening lies both in the form and the content of the recording, Phenomena of Interference
In recent years, it has been a common thing to see classic works modernized. Examples of this would be the remake of Romeo and Juliet, starring Leo DiCaprio and…
Music From Beach Boulevard once again highlights the musical genius of San Diego based producer/artist Tim Coffman, not to be confused with Chicago's trombonist b…
Israeli composer/pianist Yitzhak Yedid merges a chamber-jazz program into a deeply personalized spin on the strife, violence and solemn overtones relating to the Holy Ci…
If you can, stop reading this review for just a few minutes, and put Cadence’s newest release Twenty for One in your player. Don’t read the liner notes, don’t go …
When trombonist Chris Brubeck isn’t performing with The Brubeck Brothers Quartet or Triple Play, he is busy composing modern classical pieces that draw from jazz and other …
Avi Rothbard, originally from Israel, has been making his way through the New York jazz scene for the past few years and this is his second release with Midlantic Record…
When I first heard 3D’s Ritmo de Vida, I was left with a feeling of interest, so I played it again, and felt a sense of respect for the two composers, guitarist…
Tyrone Brown is featured here alongside Bobby Zankel on alto sax and Adam Williams on guitar in the same string section as his other release Between Midnight and Dawn…
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