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Triangulation

Fulminate Trio is a union of astonishing improvisers who create vast soundscapes with guitar, double-bass, drums and effects that would make jazz aficionados best pals with Stockhausen and…

Duke: Violin Concerto, Complete Violin Music - Elmira Darvarova, Scott Dunn

Vernon Duke: Violin Concerto — Elmira Darvarova, Scott Dunn

If you know the songs “Taking a Chance on Love”, “I Can’t Get Started”, “April in Paris”, “What Is There To Say”, or “Autumn in New York”, then…

Julie

Julie Lyon is an extraordinary singer. Julie is a wonderful album. Initially fronting the premier jazz quartet in Orlando, Florida, Ms. Lyon and her drummer/husband/partner Tom Cabrera pulled…

Workaholic

Bassist and composer Joris Teepe, who first appeared on Unseen Rain on Lewis Porter’s Trio Solo, has reason to be Workaholic. While his adroit bass playing is constantly…

'melting the darkness' - Miranda Cuckson

melting the darkness

This album ventures into regions of the art of violin-playing the significance of which is now becoming clear. Devoted entirely to microtonal compositions for violin and pieces for…

Harmolodic Monk

In the work of both Ornette Coleman and Thelonious Monk, the dichotomy of ancient, pre-western approaches and extreme modernism live side-by-side so comfortably that one mistakes one for…

Juniper

Juniper

In their third collaboration for Unseen Rain Records, acoustic virtuosos Jack DeSalvo and Tom Cabrera make their most ambitious musical statement yet, including creations with multiple layers of…

The Chamber Music of David Amram

David Amram is arguably the most American of American composers. His music has drawn from a diversity of sources and styles: the American ‘classical’ style, theater and film…

Carter, Sessions, Eckardt - Miranda Cuckson, Blair McMillen

Carter • Sessions • Eckardt — Miranda Cuckson / Blair McMillen

Urlicht AudioVisual presents a tour-de-force of modern American masterpieces for violin-piano duo and solo violin, including the world premiere release of Jason Eckardt‘s daunting “Strömkarl” for violin and…

desde Estudios a Tangos

Over the last two decades, Ástor Piazzolla (1921-1992) has emerged as one of the twentieth century’s most popular composers. Piazzolla revitalized and reinvented Argentina’s tango, taking it from…

Time Remembered

Pat Hall has done it. He’s substituted overt passion for Bill Evans’ quiet reserve, impulsive chance-taking for the pianist’s crystalline perfection. In place of the classic piano trio…

Lion Hearted

Seattle-based Herb Kloss‘ gorgeous flute sound is united with the vast transcultural percussion pallet of Tom Cabrera and Jack DeSalvo‘s mandola, cello and guitar for a genre-transcending recording…

'Amanda Maier Meets Johannes Brahms' - Elmira Darvarova, Philip Myers, Bryan Wagorn

Amanda Maier Meets Johannes Brahms

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Inherence

This stellar set of duos, that includes music by Wayne Shorter, Ralph Towner, Jack DeSalvo as well as Just Friends and two open pieces, sheds light on the…

The Electric Miles Project

Pianist Herbie Hancock tells a story of going into the recording studio with Miles Davis, circa late-1960s, and not being able to find a piano. Confused, he asked…