REVIEW: Eitan Kenner’s 8Ball City Reviewed by Progressive Rock Central

July 14, 2019Press Reel, Reviews

By: Angel Romero, Progressive Rock Central Multi-instrumentalist and composer Eitan Kenner is a multifaceted progressive music artist who brings various genres together into a tasty dish. His superb, genre-defying instrumental album 8Ball City incorporates complex Gentle Giant-style progressive rock, proficient jazz fusion, New Orleans roots music, world music, classical and electronic elements. Eitan Kenner on … Read More

NEW JAZZ ADDS: WTJU Features Josean Jacobo & Tumbao’s Cimarron

July 12, 2019Press Reel, Reviews

By: Dave Rogers, WTJU Josean Jacobo & Tumbao – Cimarron (E7 Studios): “Hailed as “The Ambassador of Afro-Dominican Jazz”, pianist & composer Josean Jacobo is bringing the music and culture of the Dominican Republic to an international audience. His group “Josean Jacobo & Tumbao” creates an atmosphere rich in Afro-Descendant folkloric idioms and jazz….” ( … Read More

REVIEW: Chicago Jazz Magazine Reviewes Matt Ulery/Zach Brock/Jon Deitemyer “Wonderment”

July 10, 2019Press Reel, Reviews

by Hrayr Attarian, Chicago Jazz Magazine The stimulating Wonderment is a truly collective effort by three intrepid musicians: violinist Zach Brock, bassist Matt Ulery, and drummer Jon Deitemyer. Each is an innovative composer and a brilliant improviser in his own right; together they have created a captivating work that showcases their individualities yet remains seamlessly … Read More

REVIEW: Aaron Whitby’s Cousin From Another Planet Reviewed by Black Grooves

July 10, 2019Press Reel, Reviews

By: Brenda Nelson-Strauss, Black Grooves British producer, composer, songwriter, and keyboardist Aaron Whitby has worked with many legendary rock and funk musicians, including the late Walter ‘Junie’ Morrison (Ohio Players), George Clinton (Parliament Funkadelic) and Vernon Reid (Living Colour). On his debut solo album, Cousin From Another Planet, Whitby crash lands on Earth to create … Read More

REVIEW/FEATURE: Lauren Desberg Featured on

July 5, 2019Interviews, Press Reel, Reviews

by Ron Schepper, textura REVIEW: Brimming with personality, Lauren Desberg’s blessed with one of those instantly recognizable voices that sounds fabulous whether heard alone or multiplied into creamy harmonies. Raised in LA and now ensconced in New York, she’s a singer who combines the freshness of a youthful sensibility with the classic feel of jazz … Read More