CD Reviews

CD Review: Precarious Towers, Ten Stories

“Ten Stories” by Precarious Towers is more than an album; it’s a collective musical odyssey that unites five exceptionally talented musicians into a Midwestern...

Axel Filip’s Maleza Delivers a Captivating Musical Journey

In the current deluge of new recordings it’s rare to come across an album that is not only impactful but also as adventurous and eclectic as the new album from Argentine...

Album Review: Tobias Haug, Awakening

Swiss saxophonist Tobias Haug recently released his latest album, “Awakening,” on the German based Mons Records label. Following his 2021 journey through “Empty...

CD Review: Maddalena Ghezzi, Emerald

Maddalena Ghezzi, Milan-born and now London-based singer, composer, and improviser, has once again explored the depths of her artistry to create a glimmering ‘Emerald’ in her...

Tolyqyn’s “Silver Seed”, A Sonic Journey Beyond Borders

Never confined by the borders of any musical genre, Tolyqyn makes a triumphant return with their latest offering, “Silver Seed.” Led by the visionary bandleader and...

CD Review: Thimo Niesterok, Stepping Forward

Today, German trumpeter Thimo Niesterok released his third album as a leader, “Stepping Forward,” on the German label Mons Records. With a reputation as one of the few...

Album Review: Preludes, Adam Birnbaum

In the ever-evolving landscape of jazz, artists have consistently drawn inspiration from the rich tapestry of classical music and over the years, the works of Johann Sebastian...

CD Review: Astghik Martirosyan, Distance

Astghik Martirosyan, a gifted vocalist and composer, graces the world with her debut album, “Distance,” a compelling exploration of her artistic prowess and heartfelt...

CD Review: Logan Kane, Floor Plans

Hailing from the vibrant LA jazz scene, bass player and composer Logan Kane steps into the limelight with his debut album, “Floor Plans.” Scheduled for release, this...

CD Review: Klas Lindquist, Alternative Source of Energy

Swedish saxophonist and composer Klas Lindquist, a recipient of multiple prestigious awards, is set to unveil his latest album this autumn. Titled “Alternative Source of...

Album Review: “The Defector” by Henry Spencer.

Henry Spencer, the UK-based trumpeter, composer, and bandleader, is back with his sophomore album, “The Defector.” Following his successful debut, Spencer presents a...