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Hailing from the Pacific northwest, this dual guitar led quintet hearkens memories of the early Grateful Dead style of jamming, amid a touch of progressive rock, jazz, Sout…
Germany’s DJ Matt, a.k.a. "Motorcitysoul," has concocted an electrified stew, marked by a tasty and to the point fusing of jazzy grooves, Brazilian tinged dance beats and m…
Billed as purveyors of "Funkatronic" rock, these four, very hip gents succeed at melding a party-type atmosphere with foot stomping grooves and melodic synth swashes. You c…
Combining jazz and "classical" or "serious" or whatever we call European Art music these days is by no means a new idea. Indeed, when I set out to document the phenomenon I…
Tomasz Stanko is arguably, Poland’s preeminent modern jazz trumpeter. As he selected these works spanning his prolific career with ECM Records, hearkening back to the ‘70s.…
ECM Records, Rarum motif is based upon the legacy of artists who have recorded as leaders or sidemen for the label. And of course, the track selections are left to t…
Ok, so this may not be a jazz group in its purest sense, (is Bill Frisell for that matter?) but New Orleans based Theresa Anderson's music is built from the same foundation…
Trumpeter/flugelhornist Franz Koglmann’s inventive fusions of classical stylizations and progressive jazz are a well-known entity. On this release - underscored by a ti…
Drummer George Schuller is a significant member of today’s progressive jazz scene. Whether performing as a sideman or leading his own projects, Schuller’s pen represents a …
She grew up on a farm in a small town in Sweden, while eventually becoming a band member for blues artist Anders Osborne in 1989. Since then, singer/songwriter/violinist Th…