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Moonjune Records

On his 11th solo album, the Indonesian guitarist Dewa Budjana leaps easily between registers, jumping from the sonic frills of fusion jazz to the harsh roar of grunge. Read more

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Hidden Details is an altogether enjoyable ride, an intriguing set of new music that builds from Soft Machine’s storied past. Read more

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For its fifth album, the Brazilian prog band Dialeto collaborate with King Crimson’s David Cross. The result is outstanding in its field. Read more

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On No Answer, Serbian guitarist Dusan Jevtovic and his bandmates offer plenty of answers for fans of sophisticated prog and post-jazz. Read more

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The instrumental trio Machine Mass celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Jimi Hendrix Experience’s first album with the release of Machine Mass Plays Hendrix. Read more

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European group Talinka releases an album of undefinable yet jazz-influenced music. Read more

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Milwaukee jazz singer Roxi Copland releases her third album, Bad Decision. Read more

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The Stone House by Wingfield Reuter Stavi Sirkis should appeal to fans of latter-day King Crimson, whose guitarist Robert Fripp seems to provide at least partial inspiration. Read more

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Akae Beka & I Grade Portals (I Grade)  Jamaica is still the first Caribbean island nation coming to mind when it comes to reggae. Since around the turn of the century, however, St. C,Album Reviews Read more

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Although the great surf instrumentals of the ’60s were probably not on the minds of Dialeto when they recorded The Last Tribe, there are moments when the beautiful yet stark guitar-powered melodies conjure up those oceanic Read more

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Soft Machine Legacy reads like a dubious proposition: a band with neither original members nor anyone from even the second or third lineups. But they sound great on Burden on Proof, carrying on the trajectory of the psychedelic Read more

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The second album from the progressive rock and jazz group douBt begins with “There Is A War Going On,” a spoken-word rant against the infamous One Percent. It’s a startlingly political—and distinctly American—opening Read more

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 Rockwas still dangerous in Eastern Europe during the 1980s; the arrest of musiciansand suppression of concerts as illegal gatherings were still fresh memories.And yet, somehow or other, a New York performance poet at the fringe of th.. Read more

I Hate Hollywood

Bo Bice and Chris Daughtry introduced “American Idol” to rock music, and fabulously flamboyant rocker Adam Lambert showed the genre could be the highlight of the show with this year’s competition, but so far the only rock singer to actua Read more

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