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Kim Gordon Releases Debut Solo Album, “No Home Record”

Kim Gordon Releases Debut Solo Album, “No Home Record”

It’s been eight years since Sonic Youth called it quits, but that hasn’t stopped Kim Gordon’s art. The bassist has just released a solo album, entitled “No Home Record,” which is the first in her nearly four-decade career.

Pablo Elorza Releases “Jaco Pastorius Tribute” Album

Pablo Elorza Releases “Jaco Pastorius Tribute” Album

Pablo Elorza has paid homage to his bass idol on his new album, “Jaco Pastorius Tribute.” The bassist, who has shared several great Jaco lessons with us, covers some of the legend’s best known songs as well as a few more obscure numbers.

The Darkness Returns with “Easter is Cancelled”

The Darkness Returns with “Easter is Cancelled”

The Darkness has returned with “Easter Is Cancelled.” The record “examines the role of the musician in the barbarous culture of the world today...” That’s summed up in the opening track, which features Frankie Poullain riding the low notes on his Thunderbird.

Chris Lightcap Releases “SuperBigmouth”

Chris Lightcap Releases “SuperBigmouth”

After releasing music with his bands Bigmouth and Superette, bassist Chris Lightcap has combined the efforts into a group called SuperBigmouth. As such the group includes two tenor saxophones, keyboard, two guitars, bass, and two drumkits.

Chick Corea, Brian Blade, and Christian McBride Release “Trilogy 2”

Chick Corea, Brian Blade, and Christian McBride Release “Trilogy 2”

The stellar trio of Chick Corea, Brian Blade, and Christian McBride have teamed up once again to release an album. “Trilogy 2” is the followup to their 2014 release and includes twelve songs ranging from Corea’s originals to jazz standards.

Opeth Releases “In Cauda Venenum”

Opeth Releases “In Cauda Venenum”

The mighty Opeth has returned with their thirteenth studio album, entitled “In Cauda Venenum.” It continues their more experimental trajectory with heavy notes of prog rock rather than their death metal origins. It is, however, still distinctly Opeth.

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Unearthed John Coltrane Album Features Jimmy Garrison

Unearthed John Coltrane Album Features Jimmy Garrison

Once again, a new album of jazz icon John Coltrane’s music has been unearthed and released to the public. “Blue World” features Trane’s classic quartet with McCoy Tyner, Elvin Jones, and Jimmy Garrison.

“Abbey Road” Gets 50th Anniversary Edition

“Abbey Road” Gets 50th Anniversary Edition

Once again, the music of 1969 is being celebrated on its fiftieth anniversary. This time it’s one of the biggest albums ever produced: “Abbey Road”. The Beatles’ legendary album is available in several packages with brand new stereo mixes and more.

Jimmy Haslip Brings Together Mike Stern and Jeff Lorber for “Eleven”

Jimmy Haslip Brings Together Mike Stern and Jeff Lorber for “Eleven”

Mike Stern has teamed up with Jeff Lorber for a new album by way of Lorber’s Fusion project. “Eleven” is a merging of their unique voices over ten tracks. The impetus for the new album came from bassist Jimmy Haslip, who also co-produced the record.

Robbie Robertson Releases “Sinematic”

Robbie Robertson Releases “Sinematic”

Robbie Robertson has returned with a new solo album entitled “Sinematic” that is a darker, more intimate look at the famed guitarist from The Band. The majority of the tracks feature Pino Palladino, while two include Reggie Hamilton.