Stand alone latin-jazz LP from Earl Coleman – released in 1967 from the highly collectable and scarce WORTHY Records (nyc) Dynamite horns and blasting latin rhythms, this is a killer NYC latin jazz stomper. Crank it on a summer day.
Full circle. A new project from Jonathan Borges (Pedestrian Deposit, Everyday Loneliness, Emaciator, etc). After several years of operating in more subtle areas of experimental music, Vasculae is [...]
Stuntwoman”/“Wavelengths,” the premier single from Chicago’s Death Valley, breathes a shimmering life into the often staid hypnagogic synth pop movement. The single delivers a synthwave flayed to [...]
Leon Johnson has spent his share of time in airports. Growing up in a veritable Civil Rights dynasty, the now Indianapolis-based multi-instrumentalist and composer traveled frequently as a child, [...]