CD Reviews

Album Review: Gianni Gebbia Magnetic Trio, live at Sicilia Jazz Festival 2022.

Recently I had the pleasure of attending the 2nd edition of the Sicilia Jazz Festival in Palermo. As often happens when attending a festival some of the most exciting performances...

CD Review: New York Duo, Higher Perception.

Higher Perception is the first album by the Duo titled The New York Duo comprising of guitarist Christian Zatta and pianist Robinson de Montmollin. The Album was released on the...

CD Review: Zurich Jazz Orchestra, To My Beloved Ones

In 2018 the Zurich Jazz Orchestra released “Three Pictures”, the first album in a trilogy of recordings featuring compositions and arrangements of the then musical...

CD Review: Dominik Schürmann, Moons Ago.

Earlier this year Swiss double bass player Dominik Schürmann released his latest CD titled Moons Ago on the German jazz label Mons Records. The album features 12 original...

CD Review | Time for Blue – By The Way

Time for Blue is the debut album from the group “By The Way”. This trio is comprised of pianist and educator Frank Wunsch together with two of his ex-students, vocalist Emese...

CD Review: Galleass, Short Stories

Italian guitarist and composer Antonio Marzinotto releases his brilliant new album with his Galleass project, Short Stories. An artist whose work, I feel, is not given the...

CD Review: Tokunbo, Golden Days

It is rare these days, in the music world, that you come across music that fills your soul with joy from the first moment you hear their music, as unfortunately it seems a lot of...

CD Review: Sameka, Introducing Sameka

Introducing Sameka, as the title eludes to, is the debut album from the German band of the same name. Released on the German label Mons Records, the album contains mostly original...

CD Review: Germana Stella La Sorsa, Vapour

Last month , Italian jazz vocalist Germana Stella La Sorsa released her debut album titled “Vapour” on the British label 33 Jazz. La Sorsa, now resident in London, has...

Album Review: Tara Minton and Ed Babar, Two For The Road

When I think of the harp, I tend to think of ethereal sounds; a kind of reimagining  of what the world would sound like captured in momentary bliss. I would imagine a kind of...

Album Review: Paul Jost, While We Were Gone.

Since first hearing his 2019 release “Simple Life”, I have to admit I’ve become quite a fan of New York based vocalist Paul Jost. That said, when his latest...