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Music Reviews: Cristina Braga – ‘Samba, Jazz and Love,’ Annie Kozuch – ‘Mostly Jobim’


Varied interpretations of the music of Brazil. Both led by bilingual vocalists, both featuring effective musicianship. Read More »

Music Review: Roger Davidson – “Journey to Rio”

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Roger Davidson takes listeners on a "Journey to Rio" in his latest album. Read More »

Music Review: Antonio Adolfo – Finas Misturas

Antonio Adolfo's Finas Misturas blends jazz with Brazilian stylings. Read More »

Music Review: Maucha Adnet & Helio Alves – Milagre

Maucha Adnet & Helio Alves celebrate classic Brazilian music in their duo album, Milagre. Read More »

Music Review: Anne Walsh – Go

Contemporary jazz singer has an eclectic repertoire. Read More »

I Hear Sparks: Véronneau – Joie de Vivre

A beautiful, bright musical experience featuring one of the best voices in the business. Read More »

Music Review: Indie Round-Up – Gurf Morlix, Carey Ott, Putumayo’s Bossa Nova

Carey Ott's new 20-song opus, almost an hour and quarter of genre-coasting pop-rock, feels like a concept album—except the concept is the human experience. Read More »

Music Review: Tita Lima’s – Possibilidades

The Brazilian vocalist, Tita Lima, a favorite among DJ's, beautifully weaves together the novel and the familiar in her latest album. Read More »

Music Review: Paul Meyers – World on a String

A beautifully gliding concoction of jazz and world music from guitarist Paul Meyers. Read More »