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Illegal Moves

The cover of Sunwatchers’ Illegal Moves depicts a radicalized Kool-Aid Man pushing back against a murderers’ row of iconic conservative bogeymen, from Nixon to Thatcher to Ted…


  • In Transit

    Kyle Eastwood grew up in the shadow of his father, Clint Eastwood. While having a famous parent undoubtedly opened some…

  • The Sky Remains

    Pianist Josh Nelson thinks big. His own projects, showcased so far in clubs only, are multimedia affairs with scenery…

  • Knknighgh

    Pronounce it “knife.” Knknighgh is a tribute to the minimal poetry of Aram Saroyan, whose one-word poem…

  • Circle Of Chimes

    If you crave genre-busting value-for-money, you have it here. Brilliantly eclectic thirty-something Norwegian…

  • A Thing Called Joe

    While Guilhem Flouzat appears to be more naturally inclined to record his own music, A Thing Called Joe is an indicator…

  • The Late Set

    Like a perfect soufflé, Hilary Gardner and Ehud Asherie’s delicate and tasty new album combines simple ingredients…

  • Second Act

    Toronto native Alex Goodman turned heads when he won the international guitar competition at the 2014 Montreux Jazz…

  • Renewal

    A fixture on the New York jazz scene since the 1980s, pianist LeeAnn Ledgerwood has performed rewarding music since…

  • Nightfall

    Originally titled “Reach Me, Friend,” Ralph Towner’s “Song For A Friend” suggests a musical connection every…

  • A Beautiful World

    Basin Street Records, in honor of its 20th year, has paired their two most recorded artists, trumpeters Kermit Ruffins…

  • Wobbly Dance Flower

    Following last year’s Kaleidoscope Eyes album, trumpeter John Daversa, known for his big band work—as leader,…

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