Jordon Dixon: On! (2019)

Jordon Dixon: On! (2019)

Jordon Dixon was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He started playing tenor sax when he was twelve and was performing in local clubs within just three years. After high school, he enlisted in the Marines, serving the country for 11 years and having many...
Kenny Polson: For Lovers Only (2019)

Kenny Polson: For Lovers Only (2019)

It is strange to hear an album like this in 2019 as in many ways it is about forty years out of time, even down to the backing vocals on the opener “Stella by Starlight”. This is very cleverly performed lounge jazz with often a latin feel, with production, sounds and...
L.A. Guns: The Devil You Know (2019)

L.A. Guns: The Devil You Know (2019)

Given there have been a few different versions of this band treading the bands, and even now there are two in existence, it can be somewhat difficult to understand which one is the real deal. To me, and to many other fans it has to be said, whatever version contains...
Lee Martin: Lost Girl (2019)

Lee Martin: Lost Girl (2019)

Lee Martin is a New Zealand based singer/songwriter who has been impacting the music scene with her thought-provoking lyrics and storytelling writing style. She is South African born and has previously recorded two original albums which received ample radio play and...
October Tide: In Splendor Below (2019)

October Tide: In Splendor Below (2019)

Formed in 1995 by Katatonia members, Jonas Renkse (Bloodbath) and Fred Norrman, October Tide released two albums before going on hiatus for eleven years. In 2009 Norrman parted ways with Katatonia, and resurrected October Tide, consolidating the band’s...
Pablo Lanouguere Quintet: Eclectico (2019)

Pablo Lanouguere Quintet: Eclectico (2019)

If I had been given this album to play and asked what instrument was played by the band leader then I would have guessed violin, as that instrument is such an important voice to this quintet, I would never have guessed it was the bass. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina,...
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