Music

LaVon Hardison: Come Together

     Over my lifetime I've been partially raised by cinema. It's safe to say that in my heart every cherished moment seems to flow side by side with a soundtrack of themes and scattered instrumentals from here and there.... Read more
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Emi Ferguson: Emi Ferguson Plays the Flute Music of Kendall Briggs

     From the very first go round with Emi Furgeson's collaboration with titular composer, Kendalle Durelle Briggs, it's more then easy to point out Briggs' tenacity for his craftsmanship as well as the passion and power of Furgeson's playing.... Read more
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Michael and the Rockness Monsters: Michael and the Rockness Monsters

     Michael Napolitano of the award winning Preschool Of Rock is back with a new band and a new sound in Michael and The Rockness Monsters. The album is a 13 track collection of songs that mix the fun spirit of Preschool Of Rock with a more mature ear.  ... Read more
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Paul Green: Music Coming Together

     My first experience with Paul Green was a bit surprising. I didn't read the One Sheet, I didn't research him on-line, I had no idea what I was walking into.... Read more
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Adison Evans: Hero

     Right off the bat Adison Evans' latest offering "Hero" immerses its listener in a toe tapping, all heart construction of Jazz music that will simply blow your mind.... Read more
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Ellis Williams: Call To Battle

     Ellis Williams was introduced to music by his mother, who would allow a young 5 year old Ellis to sit in on her studio sessions. By 13 he began to take instruction on the trumpet and some years later would find himself releasing his first recorded offering, 2014's Euphoria.... Read more
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Jacob Varmus Septet: Aegean

     Jacob Varmus is no stranger to themed albums, what having accompanied his father on a hefty feat of creating music with the themes of Cells, Evolution, and Cancer. As you can imagine that must have been an interesting theoretical read to delve into.... Read more
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Blue Muse: Live

     Right out of the gate, Blue Muse delivers an amazing starter track with Bless You (For C.W.) that is reminiscent of all good Jazz.... Read more
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Cowboys & Frenchmen: Rodeo

     From reading the press release for Rodeo, the debut album from Cowboys & Frenchmen, I was quick to attach the idea that the album was somewhat concept.... Read more
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George Varghese: Back In Time

     Back In Time opens with "Lost In The Wind", a tune that immediately sets the standard for Varghese's playing. It can be epically and sonically lulling and just as quickly jump into break neck speed without compromising the mood of the track.... Read more
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