The weekend of the cancelled New Orleans JazzFest seems like the perfect time to get down and review some classic NOLA sounds from the New Orleans Nightcrawlers latest album Atmosphere.  The title is appropriate as one listen will take you right into the NOLA mood. The Nightcrawlers have been aroundContinue Reading

Snarky Puppy‘s latest album Immigrance drops on March 15, a full three years after their Culcha Vulcha album which won a Grammy for Best Contemporary Instrumental. This is an early pre-review of the album which I had a unique opportunity to compile based on hearing each of the 8 tunesContinue Reading

Source: Home — kneebody Have a look and listen to the first single off the album:Continue Reading

Voodoo Visionary just released a striking new sophomore album “Off the Ground”. You can stream it here exclusively for a limited time. Funkadelic Threads provides a nice review of the album and the group’s album release party a week ago at Aisle 5 in Atlanta. Cold Shallow Moon I’ve GotContinue Reading

The biggest musical surprise for me at Hulaween this past weekend was Ajeva (a-jay-vuh) and therefore they merit Album of the Week.  I was approached by chance by Reed Skahill (lead vox/guitar/keys) walking around Spirit Lake and we naturally started talking about music.  When I mentioned groups that I appreciate,Continue Reading

I only know Fort Knox Five from their albums, including their release Pressurize The Cabin (2015) which was just recently remixed and reissued.  Check out Pressurize the Cabin as Album of the Week. You can stream the album from the list on the right. Here’s what FK5’s website says about the remixContinue Reading

Now that super funky Brass-A-Holics have been here, it’s time for a new wish list for bands I want to see in my hometown Vulfpeck: super funky foursome out of U Mich, have played several festivals but have never, as far as I know, hit ATL. Their album Thrill of the ArtsContinue Reading

The New Mastersounds went to Nashville to record some of their classics live right to vinyl thus creating an album that has the groove and feel of one of their live shows.  For those of us who listen to digital music, we had to wait 6 months digital version ofContinue Reading

This is the first in a series of many “Song of the Day” posts, hopefully.  The penultimate, altissimo tenor sax player, Lenny Pickett with the UMO Orchestra with his take on the Tower of Power classic What is Hip?  Of course, Lenny recorded and played this many times with TOP duringContinue Reading

A super fun site to find bands and artists you might like based on your current mood or musical taste.  Type in a band name and see what you find! Music MapContinue Reading