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Music Review: Joan Torres’s All Is Fused – ‘The Beginning’

The Beginning

'The Beginning' has a very informal sound to it despite the tightness of the musicians. The songs come across as casual, as if the product of a bunch of guys jamming together on a Saturday afternoon. The result is an understated artfulness that is uncommonly vivid and starkly forceful. Read More »

Progressive Jazz Fusion from Indonesia: simakDialog, I Know You Well Miss Clara

I Know You Well Miss Clara

East meets West in Indonesian progressive jazz fusion. Read More »

Interview with Cliff Hines (Part 2): The Composer, Musician, Teacher, and Trendsetter.

Cliff Hines shares his philosophy on teaching and advice for newcomers, as well as his influences (including a secret one). Read More »

Interview with Cliff Hines (Part 1): Composer and Co-Mastermind of Wanderlust

Composer and guitarist Cliff Hines on his jazz album Wanderlust: the process and the influences that shape his music. Read More »