The human joy factory known as, Quintron will load his customized B-3 Hammond organ into The Crepe Place, and play that beautiful machine with wild abandon on Sunday, May 24th.
You will be compelled to dance, since it will be the only way to match the energy of his performance. Oh yes, everyone will sweat!
Ceremony, the very well celebrated punk band of Northern California (Rohnert Park to be specific) has put out their fifth studio album “The L-Shaped Man” on Matador Records. I must say, I was really impressed by this album especially in relation to how much of a departure “The L-Shaped Man” seems from their previous album […]
“We all smile in the same language” That’s this year’s tagline for UCSC’s Multicultural Festival. What better way to discover a little piece of their experience than through our most common human enjoyments: food and music!
This year’s featured artists are: Rocky Rivera and La Santa Cecilia.
The Multicultural Festival will take place this Saturday, May 16th from 12pm-6pm. Open to all, a great family event! The festival takes place at Oakes College’s lower lawn.
We’ve got some older stuff and some very recent stuff topping our recent charts. Tigran is back, and so is Mary Lou Williams apparently! Kamasi Washington’s excellent album is up there, too, thankfully. Have a great week and if you still have midterms, good luck! Top Ten: 1 TIGRAN HAMASYAN Mockroot Nonesuch 2 MARY […]
As soon as the sprightly melody of “Hit Spot,” the first track of Jeff Richman’s latest album, emerges with electrifying excitement, you might expect a great jazz-rock fusion album that updates the genre from the early days of Miles and Zappa. The punching vamp reminds me specifically of Miles’s Tribute to Jack Johnson, reaching out […]