Jewish fusion music from Zion 80 and world fusion music from Haiti with Lakou Mizik in this edition of Music Under the Radar.
Taking its cue from the concept “deus ex machina” (god from the machine), Man Ex Maqina weds the language of electronic music with the sound of voices and body percussion.
Hiromi’s Sonicbloom gets the gold when it comes to the search for jazz intensity.
What can you expect from a band that named itself after Beat writer William Seward Burroughs? Just about anything.
If Jimi Hendrix had played cello, he may have sounded a lot like Helen Money.
David Helbock’s Random/Control is definitely not your father’s jazz.
Led by percussionist Francisco Mora-Catlett, the AfroHORN Project is breathing some new life into jazz music.