Jonathan Lindhorst reviews the third night of the 2012 Undead Music Festival, which featured a night of improvised music at Seeds::Brooklyn.
Douglas Detrick reviews vocalist Maria Neckam's album 'Unison'
A review of 'Hear in Now,' the album by the string trio of the same name.
A review of 'Carrera' by Guillermo Klein y Los Guachos.
A review of bassist Eivind Opsvik's 'Overseas IV'
A review of Kneebody's residency at Littlefield in Brooklyn, April 11 - 15, 2012.
A review of 'All Our Reasons' by the quartet led by drummer Billy Hart.
A review of 'Nancy Wilson & Cannonball Adderley,' the classic jazz album that perfectly blends jazz vocals and improvised saxophone.
A review of Kris Davis' solo piano album, 'Aeriol Piano.'
Theo Bleckmann sings the music of Kate Bush.
A review of the eponymous album by saxophonist Tim Berne's group, Snakeoil.
A review of pianist Kris Davis' set at the Jazz Gallery on February 16th, 2012
A review of Harold O'Neal's solo piano album, 'Marvelous Fantasy.'
A review of saxophonist Jeremy Udden's 'If the Past Seems So Bright' with his group Plainville.
A review of 'Polylemma,' an album by Joe Herteinstein, Thomas Heberer, Joachim Badenhorst, and Pascal Niggenkemper.
A review of bassist Zack Lober's Ancestry Project at the IBeam performance space in Brooklyn.
A review of saxophonist Ben Wendel's album 'Frame.'
A review of 'Acrobat: Music For and By Dmitri Shostakovich' by bassist Michael Bates.
A review of 'Breaking News' by the New World Jazz Composers Octet.
A review of 'Ghosts of the Sun,' saxophonist Bill McHenry's album that was one of the last recordings to feature drummer Paul Motian before he died.
A review of 'Brooklyn Babylon,' composer Darcy James Argue's collaboration with visual artist Danijel Zezelj.
A review of the classic jazz album 'Ben Webster Meets Oscar Peterson.'
A review of the classic jazz album 'Coleman Hawkins Encounters Ben Webster.' Although the two tenor saxophonists are the stars of the show, the record owes its deep swing feel to the Oscar Peterson Trio, who make up the rhythm section.
A review of the three albums included in Dave Douglas' 'Greenleaf Portable Series.'
Review of the album 'New Orleans Meets Harlem Vol. 1' by pianist Marcus Roberts.