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Gabriel Zucker: Weighting

Read "Weighting" reviewed by Troy Dostert

If ever there was a novelist whose work seems ideally suited for musical expression, it would be Rachel Kushner. With phrases that jump off the page with infectious energy and themes that reveal themselves fleetingly and mysteriously, her books swirl with ideas, but always with the unmistakable impression that are deeper truths yet to be found ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Ring in the New

Read "Ring in the New" reviewed by Patrick Burnette

This is our first podcast of 2019 and, to celebrate, we're discussing albums by up-and-coming artists released in the last few months. From angular art-jazz with post production flourishes to hard-core live free-form blowing and experimental bass clarinet thrusting, we've got it all--even post bop with a Christian bent! Stay tuned for Mike dissecting Bab's holiday ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

The Delegation: Evergreen (Canceled World)

Read "Evergreen (Canceled World)" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Stretched out over two discs and featuring a 13-piece band that includes a string quartet, two vocalists and a dedicated person on “additional electronics" Evergreen (Canceled World) totally lives up to its larger-than-life sweep and scope. The brainchild of keyboardist and composer Gabriel Zucker, the Delegation's music is rooted in the edgy sort of modern / ...