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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…


  • Early Americans

    For the past 35 years, Jane Ira Bloom has been one of a small handful of saxophonists to focus exclusively on the…

  • Esoteric

    Drummer Phillip Wilson bears the distinction of having played both at Woodstock (with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band)…

  • The Theory of Joy

    In addition to being a jazz singer, Ian Shaw is a pianist, stand up comic, record producer and radio host. He’s won…

  • Convallaria

    Thumbscrew’s superb second album, Convallaria, was prepared and recorded during a two-week residency at the City Of…

  • Asian Twistz

    Well known on the New York scene for his scintillating six-string abilities along with his penchant for deftly dancing…

  • Double Brein

    Variety can be a tiresome thing. With its constant shifting of gears and demand for reorientation, newness in listening…

  • Worthy

    About 10 years ago, r&b singer Bettye LaVette collaborated with producer Joe Henry for I’ve Got My Own Hell To Raise…

  • Shadows In The Night

    As a young man, Bob Dylan started composing idiosyncratic material because he couldn’t find traditional folk songs…

  • This Is Gary McFarland

    This package memorializes Gary McFarland, one of the busiest New York jazz arrangers of the 1960s. His ascendance…

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