Electroacoustic musique concrète might not make for the most harmonious sound, but it can be so fascinating. Especially when Attilio Novellino, Saverio Rosi, Tim Barnes and Rob Mazurek pool their ideas together.
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With ‘All Purpose Music,’ the Virginia-based soul-funk-jazz quartet Butcher Brown shows why Nicholas Payton is so fired up about this band.
Just two elite guitar players having fun with their immense talents, and it’s hard not to share in that fun as listeners.
We interview Nels Cline, who is set to release a guitar summit meeting with Julian Lage called ‘Room.’
The impromptu nature of this collaboration among free-jazz aces Andrew Barker, Paul Dunmall and Tim Dahl makes ‘Luddite’ great.
Here is a review of Jimmy Greene’s ‘Beautiful Life,’ a hopeful and very personal message sprung from the unspeakable tragedy of Sandy Hook.
Here’s an exclusive advance preview of the upcoming album from Kait Dunton’s newly formed trioKAIT.
‘Crimen Sonoro’ is a muscular, multicultural fusion jazz from the funky, metal/jazz/hip-hop/mariachi sextet out of Mexico.
‘Red’ establishes Rik Wright’s Fundamental Forces as a hard-to-categorize jazz force to be reckoned with.
Here is a review of ‘Black Peplum’ by the Paris-based jazzcore trio Hippie Diktat.