Jazz

Dan Moretti Invoke Review

Dan Moretti Invoke Review By: Bea Willis Dan Moretti has been a mainstay artist on the jazz scent since the late 70s.  His musical influences…


Troy Roberts Nu-Jive Perspective Review

Troy Roberts Nu-Jive Perspective Review By: Griff Stevens Saxophonist, Troy Roberts has steadily been on an uprising trajectory.  His passion and drive have never been…



Acute Inflections Review

Acute Inflections Review By: Bea Willis Duets have been on an uprising in the landscape of jazz. Is it the economics of the cost to…


Verena McBee U-Phoria Review

Verena McBee U-Phoria Review By: Elberton Cisnero Verena McBee might be the wife of famed bassist Cecil McBee, but the vocalist is burgeoning her own…


Sarah Reich: New Change Review

Sarah Reich: New Change Review by Elberton Cisnero This album came across my desk a while ago, and my reluctance was immediate.  With the persistence…


Bobby Broom Soul Fingers Review

Bobby Broom Soul Fingers Review by Bea Willis Guitarist Bobby Broom brings us his latest adventure, Bobby Broom. Broom embraces the rhythm & blues sound…


Kevin Quinn – Paramedic Review

Kevin Quinn Paramedic Review by Bea Willis A New York native, Kevin Quinn began his journey in music at eighteen while attending the State University…



Michal Martyniuk: Nothing to Prove

Michal Martyniuk: Nothing to Prove by Elberton Cisnero Pianist Michal Martyniuk was based in based in New Zealand where he received a degree in Jazz…