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Ámbar

Camila Meza’s voice puts me in mind of Miles Davis, which is odd because her music is nothing like his. Ámbar, her fourth solo album, is lush and light-footed, full of…


  • Time To Play!

    The woman with two first names makes an impressive entrance into the exclusive group of female Hammond B-3 organ…

  • Dark Territory

    Jazz and electronica merge in thrilling ways in this remote terrain that’s off the radar and close to the danger…

  • Our Cells Know / The Galilean Moons

    To hear a flute played in ways you’ve never imagined, turn to Robert Dick. A classical prodigy who chose to venture…

  • Poètica

    Albums that mix music and poetry in equal measure are exceptionally rare these days, which makes Spanish bassist Alexis…

  • Alone Together

    Joe McPhee is a confirmed multi-instrumentalist. He first learned trumpet from his father as a youth, and first picked…

  • ¡Yo!

    Here’s an ambitious, out-of-the-box invention, even for a veteran Los Angeles studio player whose CV lists 1500 film…

  • Orchestra Of Storms

    Unsettling yet alluring, cellist Matt Turner and percussionist Hal Rammel’s most recent collaboration does a lot with…

  • Shuffle Along

    This is a very specific project, as Ehud Asherie interprets selections from the Broadway musical Shuffle Along, which…

  • Suite Três Rios

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

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July 2019
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