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Music Review: Various Performers – “The Rough Guide To Flamenco”

Flamenco Group

No matter how you play flamenco, there's still something wild and untamed about it which will get your heart beating and your pulse racing. Read More »

Music Review: Joy Mover – Joy Mover

Joy Mover manages to merge jazz and Latin influences for her first album. Read More »

Music Review: Basia – From Newport to London: Greatest Hits Live…And More

The '80s chanteuse has lost none of her charisma and vocal prowess on her first live album in 16 years. Read More »

Music Review: Mariachi El Bronx – Mariachi El Bronx II

Not just remarkably good for a group of punks, it's a remarkably good album, period. Read More »

Music Review: Shaggy – Summer in Kingston

The Grammy winner is back with music of the sun on 'Summer in Kingston' Read More »

Pandora and Its Challenge to Conventional AM/FM Radio

Welcome to the long, slow death of conventional radio - and the Pandora app that is helping dig its grave. Read More »

Music Review: A Hawk And A Hacksaw – Cervantine

Like watching the funnel cloud of a tornado and being amazed a thing of such uncontrolled power can hold its shape. Read More »

Music Review: Santana – Santana III (Legacy Edition)

Released in 1971, Santana III completes a perfect trilogy of rock albums with deeper, darker grooves and a whole lot of percussion. Read More »

Music Review: Septeto Nacional – Sin Rumba no hay Son

Fresher and more alive than most music you'll hear today. Read More »

The Gipsy Kings’ “Bamboleo” Makes A Comeback

Through its use in a fall TV promo, the group's 1988 single "Bamboleo" still amazes with its exotic rhythms. Read More »