On his first solo outing, University of Louisville Professor Ansyn Banks demonstrates that he is also a consummate student.
After several excellent albums, Lexington native and DownBeat Rising Star Violinist Zach Brock’s second for well-respected Criss Cross pays tribute to several of his influences, from pioneers
Many big bands embrace “more is more” with flashy showpieces: not this one.
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A weird vibe permeates the entirety of Witch, an all-encompassing, sinister veneer that indicts the listener as somehow complicit in whatever it is they’ve done wrong.
While metal is often theatrical in nature, there are some, such as Behemoth architect Nergal, for whom it isn’t an act.
Two is the second in an anthology series helmed by the prolific William Ragland.