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Recent Releases

TandemDuo
Artist
Release Date
06/22/17

"Velvet Scraps" is the avant-garde, rock inspired second album by Tandem Duo.  The tracks are a mix of precomposed marimba/violin duos, and original pieces by Sarah and Marilyn.  The sound is alternately soft and warm, gritty and driving. 

DaveDouglasEnsembles
Release Date
06/16/17

Riverside, the quartet co-led by Grammy-nominated
American trumpeter Dave Douglas and Canadian
saxophonist Chet Doxas, returns with their second album
featuring bassist Steve Swallow and drummer Jim Doxas.
The record honors the musical impact of pianist and
composer Carla Bley.

ryankeberle
Artist
Release Date
06/16/17

One of the most long-lived and acclaimed bands on the current jazz scene, Ryan Keberle & Catharsis speak out about our troubled times on there 4th full length album.

volker
Album
Artist
Release Date
06/01/17

The new quintet album “Bridges” from international touring trumpeter and composer Volker Goetze unites musicians from three continents. Together they explore new ground, stretch creative improvisation and build musical Bridges over thousands of miles. 

Wharrison
Album
Artist
Release Date
05/25/17

Featuring Wendell Harrison-saxophone/clarinet, Kirk Lightsy & Pamela Wise-piano, Doug Hammond-drums, Rob Pipho-vibraphone, Pamela, Jaribu Shahid & Cecil McBee-bass

Kaoru Watanabe
Release Date
05/17/17

Kaoru Watanabe, Fumi Tanakadate, Barbara Merjan, Sayun Chang, Sumie Kaneko 

All compositions by Kaoru Watanabe except for Reverse, an arrangement of a Japanese folk song

LafGilchrist
Artist
Release Date
05/06/17

New Urban World Blues is simply how the music feels to me. Movements from the suite are: Blues for Freddie Gray, Temptation Blues, Child's Play, Dark Matter, Curfew Blues, and Treasures in Our Futures. This offering is my effort to never remain silent in the face of our global crisis. 

BrancyDugan
Artist
Release Date
05/05/17
Music of Remembrance
Release Date
04/27/17

The first act, “Krystyna,” reveals the true story of Krystyna Zywulska, whose poems became anthems of defiance among her fellow prisoners in Auschwitz. Act Two, “Gad,” explores the fate of homosexuals during the Holocaust through the experience of Gad Beck and Manfred Lewin, two idealistic young loves in 1930s Berlin.