The young woman stared back at me from the black-and-white photo on her website.
I labor under the pretense that a good score is intrinsic to a solid film, a concept put to test with the release of “Kora,” a film by Louisville native Beau Kaelin.
The release of “Primitive and Deadly” sees the ambient metal titans Earth undergo another sea change, albeit one comparably less drastic than in the past.
Previously unreleased 1965 concerts by Charles Lloyd capture his energy and distinct tone, stretching out with Gábor Szabó, Ron Carter and Pete La Roca, not long before his “cla
Brian Reitzell comes with quite the resume.
It’s easy to want to side-eye this album off its title alone. Only the quality of Filthy Rich’s past work clears this first hurdle.
A quick and dirty short-player, the Bird Zoo alum’s “Mussolini” EP feels infinitely longer than its quarter of an hour.
Usually, referring to a jazz artist’s “stretching out” implies improvisation. Trumpeter Akinmusire’s new release shows him stretching compositionally as well.
Local electronic music is scarce, but Beacons seems eager to change that.