Track review: 'Love Ain't Free'

Track review: 'Love Ain't Free'

On The Dirty Pennies' new single, delivers a tighter take on its rough-and-tumble blues that's a detour into "Can You Hear Me Knockin'" territory,

 

Track review: 'Right to Know'

Chris “Hollywood” English has our attention again with the new single from his current band, The English Project.

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Track review: 'We Gonna Get Through'

The Medicinals' new single "We Gonna Get Through" use lush, roots-reggae textures and tones to promote community optimism and resilience.

Music Reviews

Album review: 'The Second Coming'

Hip-hop duo Young Black and Gifted brings plenty of hard-hitting substance on its new album, melding slick, streamlined beats with Black liberation thematic elements.

Music Reviews

Rochester jazz musician: Racist Zoombombing was 'haunting, violating'

A Zoom performance by Rochester jazz musician Judah Sealy was derailed after being hijacked by a barrage of racist slurs and imagery.

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Conversations with Beethoven, courtesy of a Rochester publishing company

Rochester-based publisher Boydell & Brewer has released a new volume of "Beethoven's Conversation Books," shedding light on the composer's everyday life and interactions.

Music Features

Album review: 'There Still Punk'

Released under the moniker Danny's Favorites, Trevor Lake's new album "There Still Punk" is both savage and sweet, with a dash of cool pop.

Music Reviews

Album review: 'Pursuance: The Coltranes'

On jazz saxophonist Lakecia Benjamin's new album, she stakes out bold new territory with repertoire combining the music of John Coltrane and that of his wife, Alice Coltrane.

Music Reviews

A change is gonna come

Danielle Ponder previews a different musical direction with new singles
Danielle Ponder's new series of singles preview her upcoming solo album and signal a move toward a more personal and emotionally transparent brand of music from the popular Rochester soul singer.

Music Features

Album review: 'New York Paradox'

In his latest review, Ron Netsky explains why bassist Omer Avital and his quintet Qantar's "New York Paradox" is his pick for top jazz album of 2020 so far.

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Album review: 'The Nature of Paper'

On this long-player, Fox 45 takes the rudiments found in their earlier work and picks up the pace a bit.

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