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Stefano Bollani Trio Stone in the Water
Jun 1 2010 1:00AM
A legend in his native Italy, Bollani now shows this side of the Atlantic what the accolades have been all about. A fluent mix of sonorities ranges from the tranquil quality of Caetano Veloso’s “Dom de Iludir” to
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Isaac Russell Isaac Russell
Jun 1 2010 1:00AM
Ever wish you had the guts to say what was really on your mind? Isaac Russell has been speaking his inner truth since his early teens. Signed to Columbia while still in high school, the gifted 18- year-old songsmith hits
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Marco Benevento Between the Needles and Nightfall
Jun 1 2010 1:00AM
You never know what to expect from pianist and effects experimenter Marco Benevento, but you always know you’re in for a ride. Benevento has spent the last few years thinking outside the definition of not just what a piano
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Mauri Sanchis Groovewords
Jun 1 2010 1:00AM
Funkmaster Sanchis is the first Hammond and Moog endorsee out of Spain, and he does both companies justice. Sanchis enlists a host of deep-grooving friends to lay down some of the tastiest music this side of Segovia,
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Beth Thornley Wash U Clean
Jun 1 2010 1:00AM
Singer/songwriter Beth Thornley comes into her own on Wash U Clean, her third and possibly best album yet. With a seasoned voice and tasteful piano chops, Thornley’s music evokes a variety of flavors song to song without
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Hyperbubble Candy Apple Daydreams
Jun 1 2010 1:00AM
Early Eurythmics meets Josie and the Pussycats! Drum machines and resonant analog squirts form the basis of this duo’s unapologetic anthems to the golden age of electropop. “Girl Boy Pop Toy” even admonishes
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Everybody Was In The French Resistance Now Fixin the Charts Volume One
Jun 1 2010 1:00AM
Equal measures Austin Powers go-go, Ben Folds angst-pop, and Dresden Dolls cabaret, Eddie Argos and Dyan Valdes’ collab just may be the most musically and socially astute expression of being justified in one’s
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Lance Hayes Forza Motorsport 3 Original Soundtrack
Jun 1 2010 1:00AM
Picture the best moments of Jan Hammer’s Miami Vice TV score updated to today’s sonic sensibilities, and you get an idea of why this is one of the few video game soundtracks that stands on its own outside the game. No
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JAVELIN No Más
May 1 2010 1:00AM
If LCD Soundsystem got a regular gig as the house band on Pee-Wee’s Playhouse, then brought the mock-sunny influences of that whimsical sanctum to a moonlighting gig scoring French New Wave cinema circa 1981, the result might
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Marizan Cosmosis
May 1 2010 1:00AM
Three words: steampunk renfaire rock. In case you’ve eaten too many Hater Tots, I’m not saying that’s a bad thing. In the hands of keyboardist Debbie Shair (her main gig is with rock’s famed sister act Heart) on piano and
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The Whispering Tree Go Call the Captain
May 1 2010 1:00AM
Largely dark but tinged with playfulness, Go Call the Captain tastily combines wistful folk, mellow rock, and pinches of gypsy jazz and bluegrass into a compelling compilation of tightly written tunes. Anchored by Elie
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Greg Laswell Take a Bow
May 1 2010 1:00AM
Producer and songwriter Greg Laswell’s third solo album is a strong one, delivering the sort of open, soaring pop and rock made famous by Coldplay and U2. Sounding vocally a bit like a more gruff, baritone John Legend,
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The Nice Guy Trio Here Comes the Nice Guy Trio
May 1 2010 1:00AM
The Bay Area’s Nice Guy Trio makes music that defies categorization. Anchored by nimble accordionist Rob Reich, and featuring bassist Daniel Fabricant and trumpeter Darren Johnston, the band stirs a potent pot of originals
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Dan Dean With George DukeLarry GoldingsGil GoldsteinKenny Werner 251
Jan 1 2010 11:55AM
Seattle bassist Dan Dean is no stranger to Keyboard magazine: His sample libraries have won three Key Buy awards and he’s played with piano heroes like Dave Grusin, Bill Mays, Joey DeFrancesco, and scores more. On
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Gary Go
Jan 1 2010 11:50AM
Singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Gary Go’s eponymous debut is fine-tuned power-pop at its best. On his new album, the U.K.-born songsmith (and iPhone music app expert) fuses deft production with emotionally
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