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Music Reviews: Duduka Da Fonseca Trio, Jack Mouse Group, Marko Djordjevic & Sveti

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These new albums find jazz drummers stepping up to lead hot ensembles. Read More »

Music Review: Henrik Meurkens – Live at Bird’s Eye

The jazz harmonica master plays live with his quartet. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Rio (2011)

At what point do they dance across the sand just like that river twisting through a dusty land? 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 »

Blu-ray Review: Black Orpheus (The Criterion Collection)

A pure bolt of energy. Read More »

Music Review: Dave Wilson Quartet – Spiral

This is jazz. Pure, traditional quartet jazz with an edge. Not “saxophone karaoke with a music machine”! 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: Claudio Roditi — Simpatico

Twelve new Brazil-meets-Jazz tracks from Grammy nominee and horn-man Caludion Roditi. Read More »

Music Review: Mario Adnet and Philippe Baden Powell – AfroSambaJazz: The Music of Baden Powell

A quintessential album for any fan of Afro Samba, Brazilian music, or Baden Powell. Read More »