This 63-piece orchestra from Los Angeles answers the age-old question: What would the songs of Gang Starr and the Roots sound like with strings, woodwinds and French horns?
By Richard Gehr on 04.22.11 in Reviews
With a name that references psychedelic philosopher Terence McKenna's experiences with the otherworldly entheogen DMT, bassist Mark Rivard's Club d'Elf delivers nearly as much alien rapture as that moniker wo...
By Amelia Raitt on 04.22.11 in Reviews
Basing a record on a recurring dream is a chancey proposition, but when the dream features an emaciated woman rising out of a lake and when the person having the dream is a former drummer for Nine Inch Nails, the risks g...
By Dean Budnick on 04.22.11 in Reviews
The Slip bridges the bounds between jazz and pop aesthetics, with results that are occasionally abstruse yet often sublime. This release, a 2005 Jammy Award nominee for Live Album of the Year, presents the band in fine f...
By Marc Hogan on 02.27.15 in News
The music will keep playing without commercial interruption. For now. On Thursday, the U.S. telecom watchdog voted to adopt tougher rules that would treat broadband internet service as a public utility, like landline...