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Music Review: Ferenc Nemeth and Attila László – ‘Bridges of Souls’

Attila Laszlo

'Bridges of Souls' from jazz fusion artists Ferenc Nemeth and Attila László establishes a rhythm that keeps the music moving in a state of flux. Read More »

Music Review: Backhand – ‘Through the Turbulence’


The Venezuela-based Backhand is a proficient prog rock ensemble that closely emulates their '70s inspirations. Read More »

Music Review: Volker Kriegel – ‘Lost Tapes: Mainz 1963-1969′ [Remastered]


This two-disc set highlights the talents of a German jazz guitar great. Read More »

Music Review: Yellowjackets – ‘A Rise in the Road’


The Yellowjackets' new lineup on 'A Rise in the Road' plays the same fine jazz-fusion. Read More »

Music Review: Sea Level – “Cats on the Coast/On the Edge”


Sea Level had a short career, but was a competent and professional band that had a unique blend of sounds, and seemed to have had some fun along the way. Read More »

The Dave Matthews Band 2013 Summer Tour Is in Full Swing

Dave Mattews Band - Away from the World

A new live bootleg, a new tour, and supporting a worthy charity is what's news in the world of Dave Matthews. Read More »

Indie Rock Profiles: Woodfish (New Jersey Quintet)

New indie rock from the New Jersey shore. Read More »

Music Review: Sharif Iman – Shine

A fun upbeat album that will make you smile... Read More »

Book Review: Back to the Garden by Pete Fornatale

Some would say this book is a great source of trivia. For others, it tells the story of how a generation found its voice through music. Read More »

Music Review: Sergio Mendes – Bom Tempo and Bom Tempo Brasil Remixed

A fusion with jazz, funk, hip-hop, rap, electronica, reggae, bossa nova, salsa, and latino influences featured in the latest release from Sergio Mendez. Read More »