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  • Allman Brothers Release Cream of the Crop 2003

    Allman Brothers Release Cream of the Crop 2003

    The Allman Brothers have released a batch of songs from 2003 called Peach Picks: Cream Of The Crop 2003. Dedicated to the memory of Gregg Allman, the collection is culled from six shows in July and August of that year and includes 36 tracks with no repeated songs. The band that year was riding high... »

  • Buster Williams Releases First Studio Album in a Decade

    Buster Williams Releases First Studio Album in a Decade

    It’s a big year for jazz master Buster Williams. Earlier this year, a documentary featuring the bassist raised sufficient funds to be finished. Now the veteran musician is breaking a decade-long studio hiatus with his new album, Audacity. “You’ve got to have audacity to do what we do,” he explains. “You have to have audacity... »

  • Witch Mountain’s Self-Titled Album Features Reinvigorated Band

    Witch Mountain’s Self-Titled Album Features Reinvigorated Band

    Just over three years ago, Witch Mountain was at a turning point. Their lead singer and bassist left the band following the release of Mobile of Angels, but the core duo of guitarist Rob Wrong and drummer Nate Carson soldiered on. They quickly recruited vocalist Kayla Dixon and bassist Justin Brown in 2015. Instead of... »

  • Megadeth Reissues “Killing Is My Business… and Business Is Good! – The Final Kill”

    Megadeth Reissues “Killing Is My Business… and Business Is Good! – The Final Kill”

    Megadeth’s iconic album Killing Is My Business… and Business Is Good! has once again been reissued in a new package called “The Final Kill.” The band’s debut album has been newly remixed by Mark Lewis (Trivium, Devil Driver, Whitechapel) with ten bonus tracks including live cuts and the original 1984 “Skull Beneath The Skin” demo.... »

  • Brad Mehldau Trio Releases “Seymour Reads the Constitution!”

    Brad Mehldau Trio Releases “Seymour Reads the Constitution!”

    Larry Grenadier once again anchors the Brad Mehldau Trio on their latest effort entitled Seymour Reads the Constitution! Comprised of three Mehldau originals plus pop and jazz tunes, the album finds the bassist exploring alongside the pianist and drummer Jeff Ballard in flowing grooves. Grenadier joined Mehldau’s trio in the early ’90s, and this album... »

  • Dave Matthews Band Releases “Come Tomorrow”

    Dave Matthews Band Releases “Come Tomorrow”

    Dave Matthews Band has returned with his ninth album, entitled Come Tomorrow. The record is their first since 2012, but hardcore fans will recognize nine of the fourteen tracks from live performances over the past decade. Matthews worked in a variety of locations with four producers to expand the sonic palette. “Working between tours at... »

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  • Kristo Rodzevski Releases “The Rabbit and The Fallen Sycamore”

    Kristo Rodzevski Releases “The Rabbit and The Fallen Sycamore”

    Singer-songwriter Kristo Rodzevski has released The Rabbit and the Fallen Sycamore, which is the third in a trilogy of albums examining his transition from his life in Macedonia to the United States. Each of the albums also utilized a crack team of improvising musicians, including Michael Blanco on the bass. Blanco’s jazz influence comes through... »

  • Sihasin Release Sophomore Album, “Fight Like A Woman”

    Sihasin Release Sophomore Album, “Fight Like A Woman”

    Sihasin (pronounced See-ha-sin) is the brother and sister duo of Clayson and Jeneda Benally of Blackfire from the Navajo (Dine’) Nation in Northern Arizona. The band mixes their Native American heritage with rock on their new album, Fight Like A Woman. The band is a bass and drums duo, with Jeneda dishing out a huge... »

  • Chano & Colina Release Live Album

    Chano & Colina Release Live Album

    The musical bond between pianist Chano Dominguez and bassist Javier Colina runs deep. After first meeting in 1986, the duo worked together to develop their own mix of flamenco and jazz music over nearly two decades until Dominguez moved to Barcelona in 2002. The move led each player to explore new avenues. Now they’ve reunited... »

  • Jeffrey Osborne Releases “Worth It All”

    Jeffrey Osborne Releases “Worth It All”

    Former L.T.D. vocalist Jeffrey Osborne has gone back to his roots with Worth It All, a record he describes as an old-school R&B album. “I approached it like things from the past that influenced me then wrote my versions,” he explains. “For example, ‘Let a Brotha Know’ sounds like a song I would have done... »