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I Shall Be Released: New Releases and Tours from Steve Aoki, Weird Al Yankovic, Seether, Skid Row and More

Steve Aoki

From Skid Row to Vashti Bunyan to Steve Aoki to Ted Nugent, there's big news from several generations of musical icons this week. Read More »

Music Review: Mangoseed – ‘Basquiat’

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Great instrumental skills combined with emotional vocals and a refreshing fusion of music genres come together in Mangoseed’s debut. Read More »

Music Review: Magos & Limón – ‘Dawn’

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'Dawn' is the kind of successful collaborative effort that presages more to come. Read More »

Music Review: Kavita Shah – ‘Visions’

Kavita Shah

With 'Visions' Kavita Shah makes her album debut, and it is a winner. Read More »

Music Review: Amanda Martinez – ‘Mañana’

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If you like Latin pop, 'Mañana' is filled with music to make you happy. Read More »

Music Review: Yanni – ‘Inspirato’


There is some great music performed with passion and artistry; there is some that seems merely mechanical. Read More »

Music Review: 9Bach – ‘Tincian’


A Welsh band combines modern sounds and folk themes in a set of songs beautifully sung in the Welsh language. Read More »

Music Reviews: Noshir Mody – ‘Stories From the Years of Living Passionately,’ Antonio Adolpho – ‘Rio, Choro, Jazz’


Two fine new albums show the worldwide possibilities of jazz. Read More »

Music Review: Hafez Nazeri – ‘Untold: The Rumi Symphony Project’

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Hopefully this marks the beginning of a brand new musical tradition, one with the ability to move audiences no matter what their religion, cultural or ethnic background. Read More »

Music Review: ‘Mike Marshall & the Turtle Island Quartet’ Self-Titled CD


Full of creative energy and stellar musicianship, this evocative collaboration is more than the sum of its parts. Read More »