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ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Allison Miller's Boom Tic Boom at the Philadelphia Art Alliance

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Allison Miller's Boom Tic Boom
Philadelphia Art Alliance
Ars Nova Workshop
Philadelphia, PA
May 13, 2016

Allison Miller's Boom Tic Boom plays jazz, but the woman herself is hardly a jazz drummer. Though she can swing and improvise like nobody's business, Miller seems equally at home with the grooves of ...

Jazz Appreciation Month 2014 in Philadelphia: A Recap

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This April was a month of truly spectacular music on all fronts in jny: Philadelphia. I know I missed a whole lot (see Philadelphia Jazz Project and Ars Nova Workshop) but here's my take.

I kicked off the month with my trio Mischa Machez at our monthly First Friday Happy Hour at the Dog ...

NEWS: EVENT

Studio A Sessions Begin This September!

Studio A Sessions Begin This September!

Todd Horton's Soulsearch Music with Ill Eagle Productions will present a series of special concert events, called “Studio A Sessions", once a month, beginning this September at Studio A Philly, located in South jny: Philadelphia. These events will be filmed and recorded for future broadcast. Each concert will feature an artist of exceptional talent and virtuosity. Their stories will be told ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Kayle Brecher: Spirals And Lines

Read "Spirals And Lines" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Kaylé Brecher's 2012 Spirals and Lines is a brass-rich, dramatic exploration of the vocalist, arranger and composer's various influences, with an understated yet solid political and social leitmotif.

A delightfully original trio interprets singer/songwriter Bob Dylan's “Paths of Victory" as a New Orleans-style marche. Propelled by drummer Erik Johnson's precise and rumbling beats, Brecher delivers ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Kayle Brecher: Spirals And Lines

Read "Spirals And Lines" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Sheila Jordan's name often comes up as a comparative reference point for those who are unfamiliar with the work of vocalist/composer/arranger Kayle Brecher; this link is an audibly obvious one on Spirals And Lines, but the connection goes deeper than sound. Jordan's uncompromising and creative voice, even more so than her literal voice, helped to put ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

David Dzubinski: Recyclical

Read "Recyclical" reviewed by Todd S. Jenkins

This marvelous debut recording reveals David Dzubinski as one of the most uniquely creative, introspective pianists on the contemporary Pennsylvania scene. Like many of the best post-boppers, he displays an encyclopedic knowledge of jazz styles without sounding too derivative. One of his more prominent influences is Dave Burrell, who co-produced this disc with Dzubinski's wife, vocalist ...