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Article: Album Review

Thomas Peters: Lamentations

Read "Lamentations" reviewed by Robin B James


Inspirational instrumental meditations, quiet and serious, each intimately related by both structure and content into an overall singularity, and yet with each a separate work. Thomas Peters moves in a new artistic direction with his bowed NS Design® EU6 designed by the legendary Ned Steinberger, and a laptop computer. In the past, when he was creating ...

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Article: Album Review

Samir Bodhi: Stairway To Nirvana

Read "Stairway To Nirvana" reviewed by Robin B James


Traditional Indian instruments and vocals blended with synthesizers, studio effects and electric guitar in an amazing cinematic sounding production. Strong, resonant sounds encourage directed attention on a journey through the stages of life, moving from the mournful to joyful, and eventually ascending to reach enlightenment, engaging with naturally restorative influences. Vana means “weaving" and ...

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Article: Album Review

Fiona Joy Hawkins: Moving Through Worlds

Read "Moving Through Worlds" reviewed by Robin B James


This is a great time for something brighter and lighter, something that brings some ease to the weary listener, who is seeking feelings of harmony and simple respite from a troubled world. The gifted composer, singer, and pianist Fiona Joy Hawkins has just the thing, an album titled Moving Through Worlds, an enchanting exploration of themes ...

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Article: Album Review

Robert Thies: Blue Landscapes III: Frontiers

Read "Blue Landscapes III: Frontiers" reviewed by Robin B James


Delicate, like two wise birds heard singing on a breeze—piano and flute, bringing unhurried and relaxed, melodic instrumental wonderment. Consistently contemplative serene movements, weaving a diaphanous kaleidoscopic silk tapestry. Nothing is even remotely fast or moderately hasty, the entire album is a perfect daydream with clouds. Thies and Krajacic create soundscapes that leave enough space in ...

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Article: Album Review

Masa Takumi: Heritage

Read "Heritage" reviewed by Robin B James


An amazing blend of modern orchestration and arrangement strategies with ancient Japanese Court sounds, instruments and vocals from previous centuries, a sound and rhythm resonant with multi-textured compositions that are friendly to the fingertips all the way to the toes for the beat, as well as to the ear for the groove. A feeling that carries ...

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Article: Album Review

The Groove Project: Volume 1: Flights of Fantasy

Read "Volume 1: Flights of Fantasy" reviewed by Robin B James


Refreshing, new and innovative compositions from producer and guitarist Arun Shenoy and his eight-piece ensemble, The Groove Project. What you will hear is upbeat and energizing, good for keeping your pace up while exercising, running and powering through the day, and plenty left over for moving all night on the dance floor. There are some tracks ...

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Article: In The Biz

Arun Shenoy: Change Brings New Opportunities

Read "Arun Shenoy: Change Brings New Opportunities" reviewed by Kathy Sanborn


In the Biz is devoted to the business of making jazz music. We will feature established and emerging jazz artists and discover how they successfully maneuver in the often-challenging world of music today. This is the first article in the series. I recently spoke with Singapore-based jazz composer and record producer Arun Shenoy. His ...

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News: Recording

"A Stagey Bank Affair" By Grammy-Nominee Arun Shenoy Unleashes Its Bansuri Funk Vibe On Jazz Radio This Summer

"A Stagey Bank Affair" By Grammy-Nominee Arun Shenoy Unleashes Its Bansuri Funk Vibe On Jazz Radio This Summer

Grammy-nominated composer, producer and guitarist Arun Shenoy is back, with a dynamic new concept album A A Stagey Bank Affair. Following up his breakthrough album Rumbadoodle, the Singapore-based artist Arun Shenoy joins forces with The Groove Project Band to create a Funk/Jazz/Rock/Global Fusion experience. Conceptually, he says, it is driven by the metaphorical imagery of childhood ...


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