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Chicago continues to thrive on numerous, and dare we say, cutting-edge musical fronts. For example, Algernon is a quintet that incorporates many genres, such as psycho-r…
Bassist John Hebert and his venerable band-mates generally reside within the core progressive-jazz and free-jazz realms. And many of these genres or stylizations are rep…
Producer and saxophonist Martin Kuchen professes jubilance and assists with generating a distinct group sound, teeming with abundant contrasts, riotous exchanges and cli…
Scenes is a jazz guitar trio including John Stowell on guitar, Jeff Johnson on bass and John Bishop on drums. They’ve been playing and recording together for over nine y…
That there is still, in this jazz label-less era we currently live in, a place where experimental jazz can find a home and a means to release music that is not self-prod…
Saxophonist James Brandon Lewis presents a set of diverse jazz sounds on his debut recording Moments, recorded in Valencia, California where Lewis is a graduate st…
Artificial Joy continues Danish guitarist, keyboardist, composer, and arranger Robin Taylor's success at crafting tasty, memorable, and highly enjoyable instrumental…
The band moniker might intimate the premise for a USA Supreme Court ruling. However, it’s a finely-tuned and irrefutably explosive prog-rock unit emanating from Holland.…
Guitarist Matt White leads this Virginia-based large ensemble featuring estimable and perennially cutting-edge trumpeter Steven Bernstein. Simply stated, this unit proje…
Italy’s Auand progressive record label offers a study in stark contrasts due to its diverse catalogue, including American and European artists, for example. This 2010 re…