CD Reviews

CD Review: Sandro Sáez Trio, No Perspective

Given the prevailing challenges in society, it’s unsurprising that these issues influence the work of many musicians. Recently, an album reflecting this sentiment landed on...

CD Review: Raw Fish, Crudo

Raw Fish, the Amsterdam-based duo comprising Danish guitarist Teis Semey and Italian drummer Giovanni Iacovella, have unleashed their debut mini-album, “Crudo,” and...

CD Review: Fernando Brox, From Within

Malaga-born, Basel-based flutist and composer Fernando Brox has embarked on a deeply personal and introspective musical voyage with his fourth album as a bandleader, “From...

CD Review: Eddie Bruce, The Magic and Music of Tony Bennett.

When the legendary Tony Bennett left us in 2023 at age 96, he was rightly hailed as the last of the great saloon singers – those supremely talented vocal stylists who made...

CD Review: Arik Strauss, Solitude

Recently I had the privilege of reviewing Arik Strauss’s latest album, “Solitude,” released a few months ago OPM Records. Strauss, a multifaceted artist known...

CD Review: Marta Sanchez, Perpetual Void

Marta Sanchez’s latest album, “Perpetual Void,” marks a significant milestone in her career as a pianist and composer. Following the success of her 2022 release,...

CD Review: Susanne Alt, Jazz In The Space-time Continuum

Neither absolute space nor absolute time exists however, space and time are interconnected rather than independent entities. This continuum mirrors well-executed music; they...

CD Review, Mia Brentano, American Diary

“American Diary”, released recently on Mons Records is the latest release featuring the music of composer Mia Brentano performed by pianist Benyamin Nuss and the...

CD Review: Tobias Altripp, We Bring Some Horns

German pianist Tobias Altripp recently unveiled his latest album, “We Bring Some Horns,” through the German-based label Mons Records. Originally established as a trio...

CD and Live Review: Germana Stella La Sorsa, Primary Colours

Recorded in May 2023, ‘Primary Colours’ is the second album release by Italian London-based singer songwriter Germana Stella La Sorsa. It’s official release date took us...

CD Review: Matt Anderson Quartet, Live at Leeds Jazz Festival

London-based saxophonist Matt Anderson is gearing up to unveil his third album on March 1st, and it’s a departure from his previous studio releases. Aptly titled “Live...