Jazz

Norah Jones – ‘Pick Me Up Off The Floor’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Diane Russo After some silence, Norah Jones released her seventh studio album Pick Me Up Off The Floor. Norah started her career in the early 2000s with hit songs like “Don’t Know Why” and “Turn Me On”, and she is finally back with her jazzy and mellow tunes. The album begins in a… Read more

Thundercat – ‘It Is What It Is’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Zach Finch and Armando Torres Thundercat’s fourth official studio album It Is What It Is is a full on jazz, funk, R&B meditation on love and life. It starts off with synth piano and the words: “Is it time to go? // Go and start the show // Somewhere lost in space.” The… Read more

Ady Suleiman: A Neo-Soul Creative

Photo Credit: Ady Suleiman / YouTube Ady Suleiman is a British neo-soul artist making headway. Born on July 1, 1992 to a British mother and Tanzanian father, this neo-soul artist uses life experiences to cultivate creatively produced music. His soulful music has skyrocketed him to stardom in the ranks of artists like Chance the Rapper,… Read more

Julian Lage – ‘Love Hurts’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Nathan West Julian Lage is a jazz guitarist that works his rock and blues roots into music in extremely masterful ways. Lage’s new album, Love Hurts, is no exception to his skill and mastery. While this album is instrumental jazz, it is extremely palatable to all listeners who enjoy music. Compared to his… Read more

George Ezra – ‘Staying At Tamara’s’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Phil Smithies Staying at Tamara’s is the second full-length album for 25-year-old English musician, George Ezra. Featuring 11 tracks, there is definitely enough music on the album to please the palette of a folk rock indulger. For first time listeners of George Ezra, this album truly shows off the distinctness of the singer’s vocals…. Read more