By Stephen Marlbank, Marlbank No one is holding a gun to my head forcing me to press replay after replay where upcoming Kate’s Soulfood by singer-guitarist Allan Harris is concerned. … Read More
by Allen Scott, All That’s Jazz, Episode 41 Surprising is a word that perhaps best describes Grammy® nominated artist, Thana Alexa, an extraordinarily creative force in music. An awe-inspiring vocalist, … Read More
By Alexa Peters, Audio Femme Music has always served as a battle cry and a balm during particularly tumultuous times, and in 2020—when injustices like the disproportionate impact of the … Read More
by Philip Booth, JazzTimes “It’s probably no coincidence that Brandi Disterheft’s prowess as a bassist, on her fifth album as a leader, shines particularly bright on “The Pendulum at Falcon’s … Read More
by Doug Simpson, Audiophile Audition Boston-based guitarist Eric Hofbauer is probably one of the most underrated jazz-plus guitarists who is woefully unknown to many people. The prolific musician has released … Read More
by Martin Johnson, JazzTimes At a quick glance, the Royal Bopsters’ new recording, Party of Four (Motéma), appears to be a straightforward continuation of their 2015 debut, The Royal Bopsters Project. The group … Read More
by Shannon Fontana Listen to the full podcast interview here.
by Ivana Ng, DownBeat “If Aaron Burnett makes music that reflects the times we’re living in, then the saxophonist’s Jupiter Conjunct is an earnest and introspective journey in search of hope, … Read More
By Shae Fontana, Bleu Bop Todays podcast features Allan Harris who is releasing a new studio recording Kate’s Soulfood. Available on February 12th. Listen to this podcast here.
by Kira Grunenberg, DownBeat “Confidence immediately rises from bassist Brandi Disterheft’s Surfboard.” Read the full review here.