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Robert Ellis’ ‘Lights from the Chemical Plant...

Album Reviews

With a sharp inhale of breath you wake from a dream you can’t quite remember. Fears and worries from the day-to-day grind gnaw at your fuzzy consciousness and in an attempt to shake…


Niuver

Niuver @ Qbo Querétaro – Photo Gallery

Concerts Featured

Niuver is a musician that was born in Cuba, but since then she lived in Spain and the US. Then she moved to, and settled down, in Paris. Her sound is a mixing…


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Back of the Rack: October 2013

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Welcome to the October edition of Back of the Rack, our monthly mixtape featuring the freshest new music on the scene. This month, we have ten tracks from some of our favorite up-and-comers,…


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Dawn of Midi’s “Algol”

Song Of The Day

Dawn of Midi sounds like electronic music, something akin to Dan Deacon’s style of expression through repetition with subtle alterations massaged in. And yet, the Brooklyn, NY trio play all their music on…


Moondog

Moondog’s “Lament 1”

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Vikings seem like strong individuals, so perhaps when a mysterious man dons a viking outfit to live homeless in NYC he wishes to express some kinship with the ideology of the adventuring viking,…


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Charles Mingus’s “O.P.”

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Because it’s summer, hot as hell, and swinging every day of the week, it’s time for some Charles Mingus. Known for his hot temper, even hotter swing, and brilliantly executed Third Stream jazz…


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Back of the Rack: July 2013

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Hello and welcome back to another edition of Back of the Rack! Here you’ll find some of the best up-and-coming artists in the music biz, with a free download of the tracks featured…


John Scofield's 'Uberjam Deux'

John Scofield’s ‘Uberjam Deux’ – Album Review

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If John Scofield had retired 20 years ago, he would have left a permanent mark on jazz music. At that point in his career, he had already released numerous albums as a bandleader…


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Billie Holiday’s “God Bless The Child”

Song Of The Day

There’s few things that soothe your soul the way Lady Day, aka Billie Holiday and her soulful voice do. “God Bless The Child” is one of her most memorable songs. It also has…


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Thundercat’s “Oh Sheit It’s X”

Song Of The Day

Thundercat, the prodigious bassist from Flying Lotus’s Brainfeeder label, has dropped his funk-laden sophomore solo album, “Apocalypse,” just in time for summer. Jazzy beats and experimental riffs make up the majority of the…


Jazz

Stephane Grappelli’s “Djangology”

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Stéphane Grappelli was the inimitable gypsy-jazz violinist who was the Robin to Django Reinhardt’s Batman and went on well into his 80’s to forge the most masterful jazz violin persona in history. His…


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Brian Blade and The Fellowship Band’s Live Jazz Jam

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Shreveport by-way-of New Orleans jazz drummer Brian Blade has been known on the circuit for twenty years cutting his teeth in the NOLA scene before becoming nationally known for his session work and…