Tauk speaks to its followers through psychedelic, funky instrumental grooves.
There's a conversational minefield out there in music, folks, and it comes in the form of solo artists taking group names, like Bahamas, for example.
Sounding a bit like the Wailers, in their days with Lee Perry producing, Taj Weekes and Adowa combine the best of reggae groove, strong vocals and social commentary.
Enthralled with roots culture and ardently passionate about music, Groundation's Harrison Stafford epitomizes the progressive master of reggae.
CMJ Music Marathon 2014 is happening, and there's no better city than New York for it. So much diversity in a city bustling with such enigmatic and exuberant life.
A short-on-details edition for a short-on-shows weekend -- not much to recommend.
The minimalist multi-synth-pop approach of "Heart Explodes" reflects, perhaps, the loss of band members even as it was recorded. But somehow UK band Coves & Caves sound all the assured…
The newly renovated and expanded Ferring Jazz Bistro offers an amply wide stage, but the John Pizzarelli Quartet opted to set up huddled together in the middle, staying within a…
If you're in the market for fresh music in a roots vein, here are seven new releases your ears are just begging for you to check out. There are some…
Carolina Chocolate Drops took the stage in front of a sold-out crowd at Off Broadway on Sunday evening.
Song For Susan by Mark Erelli & Jeffrey Foucault from A Link Of Chain: A Songwriters Tribute To Chris Smither (Signature Sounds) spun by Stacy at 10:45am on Backroads (Sat Oct 25th)