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April 16, 2018

Artfully combining the “hush hush” exclusivity of a classic speakeasy with a vibrant contemporary approach to showcasing an array of today’s hottest music and other curated arts, Club Bonafide – located on the storied 52nd Street in midtown Manhattan – is where the “ja...

April 16, 2018

On “Where I Belong,” one of the key tracks on his powerful self-titled debut EP, Mikey See masters the art of soulful seduction, laying it all out there, heart on his sleeve, seeking comfort and refuge in the arms of a lover.

Over a fresh, sensual groove and a chill amb...

April 16, 2018

In an age where the dominance of digital downloading and streaming leads most emerging artists to play it safe and release only single tracks and short EPs, Olivia Kellman transcends the trend, blazing fresh and inspiring trails with the release of her expansive full l...

April 15, 2018

One of L.A.’s jazz great vocal treasures and most clever and heartfelt wordsmiths, Mark Winkler is all about staying fresh, cool and delightfully crafty and hip. The eclectic, freewheeling set centers on a stylish mix of gorgeously rendered standards (Gershwin, Rodgers...

April 15, 2018

Fans of the kind of gentle, introspective, and melodic acoustic guitar playing that helped define new age music in its late '70s and '80s heyday will make fast friends with this collection of reinterpretations by one of the genre's formative masters. Ackerman, whose ca...

April 15, 2018

Long renowned as the “Queen of Underground Soul” for her edgy, progressive mix of funk, neo-soul and R&B, Sy Smith launches a fresh new phase of her extraordinary, multi-faceted career with Sometimes A Rose Will Grow In Concrete, set for release on her indie label Psyk...

April 15, 2018

While his ambient electronic approach to the trumpet and flügelhorn are perhaps not as commercial and in the pocket as 2000s hitmakers Rick Braun and Chris Botti, the Florida-bred Jeff Oster -- years after abandoning his musical dreams in favor of success in the financ...

April 15, 2018

Nine years after her breakthrough debut solo flute recording Following the Call made her an internationally acclaimed artist, award winning world musician, composer and producer Ann Licater continues to transcend the boundaries of contemporary instrumental music while...

April 15, 2018

Typically, artists pay homage to their pop/rock heroes or an era that is special to them by creating collections of crafty covers. This is way too typical and unimaginative for the brilliant, versatile, and agile musical minds of Seth Swirsky and Mike Ruekberg, who fol...

April 15, 2018

An extraordinarily diverse guitarist, Eric Essix may be the only recording artist in history to wait 19 albums (since 1988) before releasing a self-titled collection. If that means listeners are getting the "real" artist after a quarter century, it's an exciting Southe...

April 15, 2018

Over the past few decades, the new age genre has seen its share of brilliant pianists and acoustic guitar artists, but none have combined the two core instruments on single recordings as effortlessly and dynamically as Neil Tatar. Continuing the multi-faceted, melodica...

April 14, 2018

Reaching the infectious chorus of the deep bass driven title track from The Junction, their first album in nearly a decade, The Manhattan Transfer brings their trademark seamless four part harmony to a lyric that doubles as an eloquent, wit-filled mission statement for...

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