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From Untruth

On the first track of her new album, From Untruth, composer Amirtha Kidambi leaps into her takedown of income inequality without preamble. “Eat the rich or die starving,” she…


  • Out Of The Blue

    While many of today’s jazz singers are in a forward-looking mode, incorporating a number of contemporary genres and…

  • Goatman & The House Of The Dead

    Marbin is a jazz-rock quartet fronted by two Israeli ex-pats, guitarist Dani Rabin and saxophonist Danny Markovitch.…

  • Genesis

    This download-only album contains 97 minutes of music, featuring two main suites recorded during the Peter Evans…

  • Subject To Change!

    When Sylvia McNair was a classical violinist and opera singer, she won two Grammys. She was an international star, but…

  • Mingus Mingus Mingus

    As jazz slowly becomes a more gender-neutral job market, it’s of great value to have talented women looking not just…

  • Further Explorations

    Further Explorations, a poignant new album by Alchemy Sound Project, is a mesmerizing combination of chamber jazz,…

  • Cactus

    The not-so-well-known veteran drummer Bobby Kapp became active in the 1960s, playing with saxophonists Gato Barbieri…

  • Suite Três Rios

    Composer-pianist Dan Costa fuses classical structure, American jazz and Brazilian melody in this entrancing homage to…

  • The Constant

    Drummer Jim Black cleverly—and covertly—extends the piano trio format on The Constant, the third album by this…

  • Birdwatching

    This unusual music is an excellent reminder of why artists and listeners respect and love jazz and keep it thriving…

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