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Lockout Station: Lockout Station

Read "Lockout Station" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Interlaced interplay, clarity of instrumental voices and expressions, liquid lyricism, and rhythmic precision are the hallmarks of Lockout Station's work. This articulate and adventurous Las Vegas-born trio turns the highway on the cover of its eponymous debut into a road to anywhere and everywhere, navigating and accentuating the bends and turns while annexing various cultures and ...

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Chris Massey: Vibrainium

Read "Vibrainium" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

A tight, two horn front-line, strong solo personalities, an aggressive--yet flexible--rhythm section and first-rate compositions are all part of the package on drummer Chris Massey's Vibrainium. From the first notes of the album-opening “Galactus" to the end of “Mr. Twilight," Massey demonstrates a take-no-prisoners attitude and a willingness to explore different avenues of music with great ...