REGARDING HENRYBy George Grella
The roots from which a jazz musician grows are important and interesting to follow, and since virtually the entire history of jazz has been captured by recording technology we can hear the players that other players listened to, followed, imitated, and then moved away from.
SECRET BEDROOM RECORDINGS REVEALED! WHITE HINTERLAND: KAIROS (DEAD OCEANS)By Katy Henriksen
Chirpy, naive, dainty, breezy, and precious are all words that were once heaped on in oversized portions to describe the sounds of Phylactery Factory, the first album 25-year-old Casey Dienel released as White Hinterland.
A PRECARIOUS FLAG IS PLANTED: AMERICAN (INDIE) SONGBOOK AT LINCOLN CENTERBy Daniel J. Kushner
What happens when three indie music groups crash Lincoln Centers 2010 American Songbook series?
OUTTAKESBy Steve Dalachinsky
It took me years to acquire a vinyl copy of Lou Reeds Metal Machine Music at a reasonable price
THE ONLY ONE WHO KNOWS WHERE HE GOES WHEN HE PARKS HIS CARBy Justin Vellucci
Robin Aigner, a vintage dress and boots extending her pint-sized frame, remains in control of the Living Rooms standing-room crowd as the music swirls around her.