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Music Review: Lost in the Trees – A Church That Fits Our Needs

Picker's tribute to his late mother: sad, uplifting, brutal, and always honest. Read More »

Music Reviews: Waltari and Dead Raven Choir

My return after a brief hiatus will encompass two strange bands that you'll have to see (or hear) to believe. Read More »

First Fiddle: Glenn Dicterow, Concertmaster of NYC’s Ultimate Band, the New York Philharmonic

Everyone “plays their hearts out” and guest conductors often remark on “how fast we get it.” Read More »

The Day the Music Dies

Why giving children the chance to sing matters. Read More »

Detroit Explores the Net Value of a Symphony Musician

What is the value of a symphony musician? Detroit will find out, soon enough. Read More »

Music Review: Miguel Kertsman – Time? What’s Time?

Brazilian-born musician turns out fascinating melange of orchestral, electronic, jazz, rock and other hybrid sounds for head trip. Read More »

Music Review: Eight Moons – Omnimi

Omnimi channels Holst, John Williams, and myriad movie soundtracks through orchestra and choral arrangements. Read More »

Music Review: Ethan Lipton and His Orchestra – Honker

Ethan Lipton may not be Randy Newman, but he’s on the right wavelength. Read More »

Music Review: Virgin Black- Sombre Romantic

Opera doom metal at its infancy and steadily getting stronger. Read More »

Music Review: Septic Flesh – Communion

Watch out Nile, a new Sumerian themed death metal band is rising to power. Read More »