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Shai Maestro – The Dream Thief (2018)

Shai Maestro – The Dream Thief (2018)

Shai Maestro was already living up to his flattering last name when we first noticed him as the pianist in Avishai Cohen’s trio back in ’08. He would stay with

Alestorm / Gloryhammer, September 11, 2018: Shows I’ll Never Forget

Alestorm / Gloryhammer, September 11, 2018: Shows I’ll Never Forget

If you pull your kid out of school and drive five hours to see Alestorm and Gloryhammer at a club, you may have a metal problem. It was more than worth it.

Kait Dunton, “OCD” from trioKAIT 2 (2018): One Track Mind

Kait Dunton, “OCD” from trioKAIT 2 (2018): One Track Mind

‘trioKAIT 2’ was released last spring, but that doesn’t mean that Kait Dunton and her sharp, small squad aren’t done creating some buzz with it.

Yes, “State of Play” from Talk (1994): YESterdays

Yes, “State of Play” from Talk (1994): YESterdays

“State of Play” sounds as for away from the main sequence of Yes songs as they could get. That doesn’t mean it isn’t good.

Butcher Brown, “Camden Session” from Camden Session (2018): Something Else! sneak peek

Butcher Brown, “Camden Session” from Camden Session (2018): Something Else! sneak peek

Following a tribute to Afrobeat great Fela Kuti, Butcher Brown goes back to doing their usual analog, bell bottoms thing.

Tol-puddle Martyrs – Another Earth (2018)

Tol-puddle Martyrs – Another Earth (2018)

Not only is ‘Another Earth’ an ace addition to the Tol-puddle Martyrs’ legacy, but a worthy contribution to today’s music scene.

Rogério Boccato Quarteto – No Old Rain (2018)

Rogério Boccato Quarteto – No Old Rain (2018)

Calling this band “Rogério Boccato Quarteto” instead of the “Rogério Boccato Quartet” serves notice that this is Brazilian jazz music and ‘No Old Rain’ is a very good celebration of that music.

Walter Becker, “Our Lawn” (early 1990s): One Track Mind

Walter Becker, “Our Lawn” (early 1990s): One Track Mind

The ample leftovers from Walter Becker’s ’11 Tracks of Whack’ sessions continue to be pulled out of the frig, warmed in the microwave and set on the table for feasting.

Brandon Seabrook Trio – Convulsionaries (2018)

Brandon Seabrook Trio – Convulsionaries (2018)

The way a chamber string trio is being used by the Brandon Seabrook Trio for ‘Convulsionaries’ is bonafide wack. It’s akin to G.G. Allin hosting ‘Masterpiece Theater.’

Kind Folk – Why Not (2018)

Kind Folk – Why Not (2018)

Kind Folk is a new jazz supergroup that lives up to the promise its first time out, with ‘Why Not.’

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