The title for the Jeff Lorber Fusion’s new album is Prototype because, states Lorber, “we are always trying to up our game and come up with new exciting music that could be a prototype or
Archive for March, 2017
Swifty’s Bazaar’s ‘Everything You Hear Is For Sale’ is this weird little gem of sonic goodness.
An EP release has an interesting aesthetic all its own, as shown by key releases from R.E.M., Let’s Active, the Dream Syndicate, the Bangles and others.
Yes’ ‘Man in a White Car’ has new wave edge that made it both a fitting piece for 1980’s ‘Drama,’ and also a weirdly engaging live piece.
Jazzy, R&B-inflected pop — aka ‘yacht rock’ — is music that had its day in the USA through the 70s and into the early 80s but since then the UK became the main mecca for this kind of music. From the time that
Fingerstyle guitarist Adam Steffeck discusses his new album, and how a family legacy in science influences his future plans.
I did not know Chuck Berry was a black man until he stepped on that Des Moines stage.
Describing ‘GRID’ as “guttural” is a modest way to put it, but scary music created on the fly has rarely sounded so sweet.
‘The Garden of Earthly Delights’ celebrates Hieronymus Bosch, whose surreal paintings seem to give John Zorn’s Simulacrum permission to follow similar patterns.
The official release of Leviathan’s one and only album on Elektra Records has been a long time coming – in fact, some 47 years.