Album Review: “Closer” by Silje Torsøe

After having done music professionally for over 20 years, Norwegian jazz/pop singer Silje Torsøe has finally dropped her debut album “Closer.” This dynamic album includes nine intimate songs written and sung by Silje, which are highly inspired by her favorite artists like Jill Scott, ...Read More

Album Review: “Quiet Stories” by Riccardo Chiarion

After investing considerable time in perfecting his original compositions, Italian jazz artist Riccardo Chiarion is finally here with his contemporary jazz, solo guitar album “Quiet Stories”. Produced under the label of Drawnmusic, this special 10-track instrumental album is highly inspired by Bill Evans, Kenny ...Read More

Album Review: “Opening Creature” EP by Proud Creature

Todd Brozman, better known by his solo moniker Proud Creature, is releasing his first EP “Opening Creature” this month (on 16 March 2020). Proud Creature beautifully merges multiple genres like jazz, electronica, ambient and psychedelic in this five-track album, as he takes you on ...Read More

CD Review: “Hot Damn Romance” by Eva Schubert

After phenomenal success of her previous two albums “Songs for a Ladies Man” and “Borderless Sky,” Vancouver, Canada-based singer/songwriter Eva Schubert is back with her new EP “Hot Damn Romance.” Inspired by great jazz artists like Leonard Cohen, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Sade, and ...Read More

Album Review: “Perspective” by Wembi

After resounding success of his previous releases “Footprints in the Sand” and “Second Chances”, California-based music artist Wembi is back with another full-length album “Perspective” that touches upon a number of genres including pop, soul, ballad, gospel, EDM, R&B, and jazz fusion. Inspired by ...Read More

Album Review: “Temp’rall Sho’gazing” by /fyo͞oɡ/

New Orleans based Jazz/Blues duo /fyo͞oɡ/, consisting of Katarina Boudreaux and Sam Tepper, recently dropped their album “Temp’rall Sho’gazing”. Inspired by Tab Benoit, Stevie Wonder and Ella Fitzgerald, this album also touches upon funk and gospel, in addition to old school Jazz and Blues. ...Read More

Album Review: “Ten Percent” by Blue Soul Ten

Come September and Claye Greene a.k.a. Blue Soul Ten will drop his yet another electrifying album “Ten Percent.” This comes after the resounding success of his previous release “The Beautiful Warrior” early last year. Claye Greene is a seasoned songwriter and producer with a ...Read More

EP Review: “Versal” by Javier Velez, a.k.a. Versal

Houston-based musician-producer Javier Velez, a.k.a. Versal started learning music at an early age of six and mastered several instruments by the time he turned into a teen. He always wanted to compose a music album but due to his professional commitment and collaboration with ...Read More

EP Review: “Scars & Wounds” by Andy the Crocodile

After seven long years in the making, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from India, Andy The Crocodile, is finally releasing his debut EP “Scars & Wounds” on June 8. Written and produced by Andy, this progressive pop EP artfully combines indie folk, 40’s jazz and 70’s ...Read More