Gabriela Martina to Perform at Rockwood Music Hall 12/11/16

November 16, 2016Event Announcement

“Gabriela Martina’s Swiss roots offer an incredible range as she practically yodels her way through “Narcissus” en route to her mostly originals program on No White Shoes.” -John Ephland, Downbeat Magazine (4/5 stars). Rockwood Music Hall, located at 196 Allen Street, in New York, New York, is proud to present vocalist Gabriela Martina on Sunday, December … Read More

Matt Ulery’s ‘The Peacocks’ Chosen as a Top Song of October by Archaic Pop

November 7, 2016Features

Top 5 Jazz Songs – October 2016 by Paul Medrano, Archaic Pop #3 – Matt Ulery’s Loom/Large “The Peacocks” A precious world, out of time. This song (as well as the full album) reminds me of the universe at once baroque and futuristic of “Dune”, without tensions, only coated with sweetness. Magical. (extract from ‘Festival’)

Lilan Kane Reviewed in Marin Independent Journal

November 5, 2016Reviews

Lilan Kane’s brilliant blue-eyed soul on ‘Love, Myself’’ by Paul Liberatore, The Marin Independent Journal Somehow, you just don’t expect to hear a totally hip blue-eyed soul album from a music teacher at San Domenico School, the San Anselmo conservatory known for its classical music program. But, with “Love, Myself,” her debut album, singer-songwriter Lilan … Read More

Matt Ulery Reviewed by Mike Greenblatt for The Classical Arts

November 3, 2016Reviews

by Mike Greenblatt, The Classical Arts Bassist Matt Ulery has taken a quantum leap from utilizing his Chicago band Loom to augmenting Loom with something he calls Large: a 27-piece big-band fit to pounce out of your speakers with daring charts and the kind of innovative progressions of sound that are totally unlike most big-bands. It’s … Read More