All posts tagged "jazz"

  • Luz de Riada – Cuentos y Fábulas

    A new and fresh musical project has just arrived from the heart of Mexico. Luz de Riada offers more than only music, their compositions share...

  • Accordo dei Contrari

    Dan: Hello Giovanni, would you mind introducing yourself and the rest of the band? Giovanni: Hi Dan & ProgSphere, I’m Giovanni Parmeggiani, keyboard player and...

  • Abrete Gandul – Enjambre Sísmico

    From Chile, Abrete Gandul offer up a satisfying stew of styles on this, their third album. Enjambre Sísmico (Seismic Swarm). It lives up to its...

  • Zevious – After The Air Raid

    Another impressive find from the ever-reliable Cuneiform Records, Zevious hail from New York City.  Formed in 2006 by guitarist Mike Eber, his cousin, drummer Jeff...

  • Goliathon – Without Further Ado

    Holy crap, man! I mean it. I have no idea how did I come into this band when, this morning, I was clicking randomly on...

  • From.uz – No More

    Here is a single song from the Uzbekistani jazz fusion ensemble Fromuz (styled From.uz). Left off of their 2011 double album ‘Quartus Artifactus’, I can...

  • An interview with Steve Hackett

    Steve Hackett is a musician whose reputation precedes him. As the classic guitarist for prog rock heavyweights Genesis, he is one of the figureheads of...

  • Charts and Maps – Dead Horse

    Charts and Maps have always been a difficult band to figure out. I was at both their first and last shows – I saw them...

  • Gladiator – Circular Reasoning

    I’ve been thinking a lot about the way how to describe what Gladiator‘s Circular Reasoning is and after quite some time the first three associations that pop...

  • Turbine – Blue Light City

    Taken from The Backstage Beat article: Turbine creates alchemy of jam, bluegrass, jazz, blues, and face melting rock and roll. This New York based band...