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Music Review: Arrica Rose and the . . . ‘s – ‘Wavefunction’

Arrica Rose

Arrica Rose and the . . .'s are a poetic, ethereal ensemble difficult to pigeonhole. Read More »

Music Review: Steve Heckman Quintet – ‘Search For Peace’


Variety, soul, up-tempo bop—'Search For Peace' has it all. Read More »

Music Review: Unfathomed of Abyss – ‘Arisen Upon Oblivion’

Unfathomed of Abyss

‘Arisen Upon Oblivion’ is the fruit of talent and perseverance. Read More »

Music Review: Wadada Leo Smith, Jaime Saft, Joe Morris, Balazs Pandi – ‘Red Hill’

Red Hill (Album)

'Red Hill' takes listeners on a journey through a unique soundscape. Read More »

Music Review: Cappella Amsterdam and Daniel Reuss – ‘Brahms: Choral Works’

Cappella Amsterdam

Listeners need bring no esoteric knowledge of classical music to enjoy this album, only an appreciation for beauty. Read More »

Music Review: Paul McCartney and Wings – ‘Venus and Mars’ [Archive Collection]

Venus and Mars cover

Another addition to the slow-but-sure Archive Collection reissue program, this 1975 pop classic has some great bonus tracks. Read More »

Music Review: Paul McCartney and Wings – ‘Wings at the Speed of Sound’ [Archive Collection]

wings at the speed of sound

The reissue program moves forward, slowly but surely, adding interesting bonus audio to accompany the 1976 hit album. Read More »

Music Reviews: Quartetto Di Lucca – ‘Quartetto,’ Piero Umiliani – ‘Da Roma a New York’ [Reissues]


Two reissued albums of straight-ahead jazz from Italy. Read More »

Music Review: Paul McCartney – ‘NEW’ [Collector’s Edition]

NEW collectors cover

A great expansion of a great album, with a two-hour DVD loaded with videos, interviews, and behind-the-scenes footage. Read More »

Music Review: Gabriel Espinosa and Hendrik Meurkens – ‘Samba Little Samba’


Samba Little Samba offers an exciting menu of Brazilian sounds played with a true passion for the music. Read More »