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Gordon Sheard & Sinal Aberto: A New Day

Afro-Brasilian music – not the more diffident but, no less sensuously danceable form of Bossa Nova – but louvação da capoeira, afoxê, maracatu, repentismo,...
JV's Boogaloo Squad: Going to Market

JV’s Boogaloo Squad: Going to Market

It has been a very long time since I have heard an organ-driven trio sound this impressive. Part of the reason has to be...

Eucalyptus: Kick It Till You Flip It

It is not of the average Canadian – much less its musicians – to court controversy. But there is a group of musicians in...

Ron Davis SymphRONica: Upfront

What do you call a little ensemble with a big sound? If the answer leaves you stumped, it’s because there is no word for...

Surefire Sweat: Introducing Surefire Sweat

This eponymously entitled debut recording by Surefire Sweat cleverly mixes different contemporary styles of popular music including Black American and Afro-Cuban and other Caribbean...

Holly Cole: Holly

While we never really needed another Holly Cole disc to establish her supremacy over vocal music – any vocal music, but let’s say music...

Lucy Yeghiazaryan: Blue Heaven

This recording Blue Heaven is a very personal take on some of the most beloved American Standards; an offering by Lucy Yeghiazaryan, an individual...
Quinsin Nachoff's Flux: Path of Totality

Quinsin Nachoff’s Flux: Path of Totality

Sciences – from mathematics to the furthest reaches of astronomy – have preoccupied many artists since the dawn of music, poetry, painting and drama....
Alison Young: So Here We Are

Alison Young: So Here We Are

Perhaps the most impressive aspect of So Here We Are is the immense stylistic assurance that exudes from the prodigiously gifted musician and saxophonist...

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