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Galactic, “Right On” from Into The Deep (2015): Something Else! sneek peak

Galactic, “Right On” from Into The Deep (2015): Something Else! sneek peak

Here is an advance stream of “Right On,” a track from Galactic’s upcoming album ‘Into The Deep’ due out July 17, 2015.

Anders Osbourne – Black Eye Galaxy (2012)

Coming off the career high water mark of American Patchwork, the rugged New Orleans based singer-songwriter Anders Osborne delivers another set of harrowing tales of addiction amongst hymns of hope and redemption.

Trombone Shorty – For True (2011)

Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews, once again, incorporates all of the fun but none of the fussy formalism of the New Orleans tradition in his new recording, For True.

Garage Á Trois – Always Be Happy, But Stay Evil (2011)

In the twisted, sound-bending world of Garage Á Trois, it’s well beyond finding that rare groove, it’s about finding sounds that are even more fundamentally rare.

Quickies: New Release Roundup 2010, Vol. 6 (fusion-only edition)

Quickies: New Release Roundup 2010, Vol. 6 (fusion-only edition)

Larry and Tak’s new record is taking Japan by storm; can it do the same in the U.S.? The five new albums below were chosen for a Quickies together mainly because they’re fusion-type records. Beyond that, they are also by artists who I’ve followed for a while or used to follow and I’m just interested to find out what they’veRead More

Garage A Trois – Power Patriot (2009)

Garage A Trois – Power Patriot (2009)

by Pico Very early in this site’s existence, I wanted to introduce the “Acid (Jazz) Redux” series and the choice for the inaugural album had to be one that represented the genre very well. That’s why Flyin’ The Koop by New Orleans funk-jazz outfit Galactic drummer Stanton Moore got the honor. A few years before that sophomore album of his,Read More

Stanton Moore – Flyin' The Koop (2002)

by S. Victor Aaron To kick off the Acid (jazz) Redux series, I’m gonna cheat and start with an album review I already wrote back in September of 2002. But since the artist in question is a good ol’ boy from Louisiana and the album in question is so danged bitchin’, I couldn’t think of a better way to startRead More

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