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Deerhoof – The Magic (2016)

Deerhoof – The Magic (2016)

Even when reflecting on the 80s of their youth Deerhoof tends to favor making rock music the makeshift way most rock music was made in the 60s, and the method matters for this music.

Scott Amendola and Wil Blades announce crowdfunding campaign for a debut Amendola vs. Blades album

Scott Amendola and Wil Blades announce crowdfunding campaign for a debut Amendola vs. Blades album

San Francisco Bay Area drums/organ sensation Amendola vs Blades are finally putting out a record. And here’s how you can help underwrite it.

Marquis Hill – The Way We Play (2016)

Marquis Hill – The Way We Play (2016)

Marquis Hill is the textbook definition of a master and ‘The Way The Play’ relentlessly demonstrates that craft.

Bobby Avey – Inhuman Wilderness (2016)

Bobby Avey – Inhuman Wilderness (2016)

‘Inhuman Wilderness’ makes clear why Bobby Avey is an award-winning jazz composer and imaginative pianist.

Levin Minnemann Rudess set to release 2nd album From The Law Offices Of July 15

Levin Minnemann Rudess set to release 2nd album From The Law Offices Of July 15

The Levin Minnemann Rudess upcoming sophomore release ‘From The Law Offices Of Levin Minnemann Rudess’ promises more of the same heady, instrumental prog rock we’ve long come to expect from them.

Bill Laswell, Bernie Worrell, Karsh Kale – Funkcronomic (2016)

Bill Laswell, Bernie Worrell, Karsh Kale – Funkcronomic (2016)

For twenty minutes, ‘Funkcronomic’ captures that sweet core of George Clinton’s P-Funk innovations.

Ivo Perelman – Corpo, Blue, The Hitchhiker (2016)

Ivo Perelman – Corpo, Blue, The Hitchhiker (2016)

Three duos with exponentially more ideas; Ivo Perelman makes a lot of music because he has so much to say. Even when there is only one other musician alongside him with which to express all these new inspirations.

Jeff Parker – The New Breed (2016)

Jeff Parker – The New Breed (2016)

Few are in a better position than Jeff Parker to bring jazz into the 21st century by combining it with 21st century music forms with all the finesse of jazz intact, and he does just that with ‘The New Breed.’

Nick Millevoi – Desertion (2016)

Nick Millevoi – Desertion (2016)

It’s by far the most listenable effort led by Nick Millevoi, but lack of harshness, density and dissonance doesn’t mean the lack of art in ‘Desertion.’

Michael Bisio & Kirk Knuffke – Row For William O. (2016)

Michael Bisio & Kirk Knuffke – Row For William O. (2016)

‘Row For William O.’ reveals bassist Michael Bisio to be a great master because he is first and foremost such a good student.