Michael Paulo One of the most versatile and cosmopolitan saxophonists in pop, soul and contemporary jazz for over 25 years, Michael Paulo has added his distinct saxpertise to a virtual whos who of ar
The second full length offering in the ongoing Cebar saga came rolling down the pike in autumn of 1995. Originally released on Milwaukee based DONT recordsa little indie that could, at least for a l
Combining heavy primal rhythms, chunks of metal-esque guitar and soaring middle eastern-tinged melodies, Floater spirals from somber, contemplative and atmospheric, to furious hook-laden blasts of rag
This is the reissue of the Krono Quartet debut 1984 album MONK SUITE.
After a million miles of traveling, 10,00 gigs and 11 records with the Tommy Castro Band, I decided to make my own. I call it Beatnik Jungle. Big Band Jazz, Garage Rock, RB, and even the late San Fra
Over the past 25 years Michael McLean has inspired thousands of people with his tender songs and candid messages. And its time to celebrate! To commemorate this exciting anniversary, Michael is relea
KMFDM have bee blending and bending musical genres in the underground scene for more than 21 years. Loosley trasnlated from German as Heave-Ho HAU RUCK exhibits that title in all its glory, musical
Seldom does a newcomer offer a debut as impressive as Mind in Box did with last years magnificent, genre-bending LOST ALONE. Once again theyve managed to condense their indescribable creative potent
Beth Thieme was born and raised in Austell, Georgia and became involved in music at church and school as a child. She began classical voice studies in college, but left for Memphis in the early 70s.
The ex-Monkee and overall fine solo artist returns with a bunch of keyboard-drenched songs with Latin percussion. The overall tone is cool and groovy, led by a wall of synthesized string-sounding chor