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Mar 31, 2015

Hip-Hop producer Malik Abdul Rahmaan is an infinite source of music history spanning generations and cultures. It makes sense for the burgeoning musicologist who feels just at home in his Brooklyn residence or his home-away-from-home Tokyo. Malik is big in Japan where his beloved soulful beats keep him never lacking...


Mar 30, 2015

French-American jazz vocalist Cécile McLorin Salvant covers the waterfront when it comes to her singular song selection. Songbook standards rub shoulders up against work songs, songs sung in her native French and smart originals. Her first US-release, WomanChild (2013), is the eclectic scene of the crime which has...


Mar 24, 2015

Vocalist Sarah Elizabeth Charles is on the precipice of an exciting new career chapter. Her just released full-length album, Inner Dialogue, expands on the promise of her 2012 EP debut, Red. While the EP represented a moment in time of where she was as a bandleader with her S.E. Charles Quartet, Inner Dialogue captures...


Mar 15, 2015

As unfathomable as it seems, Cuban pianist (and composer, producer & educator) Aruán Ortiz has the same 24 hours in a day as everyone else. The proof is evident in everything he's accomplished since his 2008 New York arrival. During this period he's released five albums--- three in 2012! From Alameda in 2010 to his...


Mar 10, 2015

String Noise are an experimental violin duo comprised of husband and wife Conrad Harris and Pauline Kim Harris. Based in NYC, they've had over 30 new works composed specifically for them since their 2011 inception. Outside of their String Noise collaboration, Conrad and Pauline can be found performing as soloists and...