Jensen and Olin draw from a deep well of experience and the broad diversity of music styles to make a little magic with a big band.
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‘Soul Tree’ is that kind of fundamentally solid, guitar/organ/drums record that you’d expect from a seasoned guitarist like Ed Cherry. You won’t go wrong here.
Show me someone who says jazz is no fun to listen to and I’ll show them Matt Parker.
The main draw of Avishai Cohen’s artistry throughout his varied output is his restlessness. The inward-looking and reflective ‘Into The Silence’ contrasts with earlier work but is exactly right for the moment.
While the tactics might be altered for each time out, Aruán Ortiz’s sophisticated, ultra-modern style of composing, arranging and improvising emerges each time.
John Raymond announces release of trio record John Raymond and Real Feels: Something Else! album teaser
Here’s an album teaser for John Raymond’s upcoming covers album with his exciting new trio, Real Feels.
They say the third time is the charm, and pianist/composer Florian Hoefner’s third album ‘Luminosity’ has charm, freshness, dynamism and more.
Toronto bassist and composer Brad Cheeseman is releasing a four-track EP, but with ambition.
Through the magic of cinematography and editing, Gutbucket show how their angular wallop can inspire dancing in this world premiere video of “Luton”.
If this gig at London’s Cafe Oto is anything to go by, we should be hearing the People Band for a long time to come.