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Music Review: Heather Powell – ‘A Haze of Grays and Blues’

Heather Powell

Heather Powell’s crystal clear vocals easily carry the 10 tracks in this, her second album. Read More »

Music Review: Josh Nelson – ‘Exploring Mars’

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For us timid souls unlikely to be exploring anything at all, Josh Nelson’s 'Exploring Mars' offers a welcome taste of what we’re missing. Read More »

Music Review: Mark Maze – ‘Uncomfortable Truths’

Mark Maze's 'Uncomfortable Truths'

Mark Maze’s ‘Uncomfortable Truths’ offers a strong collection of radio-friendly tracks. Read More »

Music Review: Liz Graham – “Charcoal on a Canvas” Single

Liz Graham - Charcoal on a Canvas

Liz Graham releases a new single that could easily pass for an early Cranberries offering. Read More »

Concert Review: Pianist Carlo Grante’s ‘Masters of High Romanticism’ Brahms Program – Lincoln Center, NYC (2/10/15)

Carlo Grante with Bosendorfer grand piano

The pianist's intellectual approach to the music was loving and respectful as well. Read More »

Music Review: Rock Masters Band – “Diamonds”/”Hit The City” [Singles]

Rock Masters Band's 'Hit the City'

Rock Masters Band bring classic sounds back with their two new singles. Read More »

Music Review: Steve Earle and the Dukes – ‘Terraplane,’ the Blues Album Earle was Bound to Make

Steve Earle and the Dukes Terraplane

Earle and his longtime band delve into many corners of the blues and find gold in every one. Read More »

Music Reviews: The Ladies Sing Jazz – Maria Jacobs, Judi Silvano, Ellen LaFurn

Maria Jacobs

Three vocalists take different approaches to the repertoire of their new albums. Read More »

Music Review: Neu Gestalt – ‘Inside the Rain Chamber’

Inside the Rain Chamber

Neu Gestalt's 'Inside the Rain Chamber' is both beautiful and disconcerting, electronic yet oddly human. Read More »

Music Review: Jerry Kalaf – ‘Welcome To Earth: Music For Trio and Sextet’

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Los Angeles based drummer Jerry Kalaf is something of a musician’s musician. Read More »