Ornette Coleman was a seminal voice for the modern jazz revolution. Coleman’s focus is more on melody – simultaneous improvisations laid down by multiple instruments. Ornette’s approach is perhaps aided by his choice to not include piano, without which there is no distinct harmonic enforcement.
It’s always tricky when an artist gets kicks the hard stuff. Of course it’s a great thing that said artist has found, if not happiness and tranquility, then at least a sense of stability and footing against whatever forces had… Continue Reading →
Much like Led Zeppelin IV and Dark Side Of The Moon, At Fillmore East by the Allman Bros. is so completely well known and revered that it’s ultimately underrated. Sure, any classic rawk homey and jam scene brah can shout… Continue Reading →
Watching a mesmerizing guitar player and riveting lyricist like Scott Sharrard feels like a master glass in guitar driven blues and rock. Scott creates music that is deeply emotive and personal. His latest offering, Saving Grace, resonates deeply. The album, released in 2018,… Continue Reading →
Who can remember all the way back to January 24th of 2019? Was it sunny? Stormy? Ominously without weather? Unknown; HOWEVER, as has been written in the fading pages of history, there was a sudden surprise Thursday album drop. A… Continue Reading →
Knightlife, a 4 piece band existing in Philly, has clearly put in the work to craft a batch of crisp, sparkling power pop three-minute bangers that wouldn’t have sounded out of place on the airwaves of 1994. “Molly Ringwald’ shimmers… Continue Reading →
Listening to this song is like being engrossed in a short but elaborately presented play, complete with opulent costumes and a sweeping set design. “Turbulence” kicks off with Archpalatine’s Derek Anthony Wilson utilizing his voice as an instrument over the… Continue Reading →