Delirium starts like the soundtrack to a shimmering tangerine dream.
While Andrew Lee still has to serve up his Holy Hum full-length, the bite-sized Midnight Music offers a few morsels for a decent late-night snack.
When the person with the microphone falls flat, that’s just not enough.
Don’t be fooled by the placid photo of horses that graces the cover of Swim Team’s Freedom/Constraint cassette EP.
Though often raucous, Cindy Lee also plays it quiet on Malenkost.
One of the more beautiful things about the local jazz/improv/creative music scene is its generational inclusivity.
The album’s eight tracks are delivered with the flamboyant grandeur of a Broadway production.
This year’s batch of holiday LPs includes brassy soul, Gallic chestnuts, and sublime choral compositions.
This is very, very easy music to like.
Coming exactly as advertised, A Ukulele Album is indeed centred around the instrument favoured by four out of five descendants of Hawaii’s King Kalākaua.