Jazz

  • Fig Man and the Flummoxed Wasp: “Something’s Burning” – impeccable!

    Fig Man and the Flummoxed Wasp is a concept and project by the multifaceted and experimental Mexican artist, Daniel Figueroa, whose art revolves around literature and music. He has completed composition and production studies in Tijuana’s Music Conservatory and the G. Martell music school. He has also followed literature studies...
  • The new record label Sounds Fragil presents their first release, “Music For Sketches” by Tobias Svensson

    “Music For Sketches” is the result of a decade of musical exploration and experimenting by the Swedish composer Tobias Svensson. It features four tracks, all blending in between modern classical, jazz, electronic music and ambient music. The minimalistic elements are always present, although the soundscape varies between the timidest...
  • Chris Abelen: “Songs on the eve of dismissal” – an accomplished and unusual recording

    Chris Abelen is a Dutch jazz trombonist, composer and bandleader. Abelen started his professional career as a member of the Willem Breuker Kollektief band. When he left this band in 1988 he started his own forming his own bands. All compositions for these bands were, and are, written by...
  • Blue Soul Ten: “The Beautiful Warrior” – jaw-dropping tight

    For Blue Soul Ten’s Claye Greene, texture and mood are his specialties. His flowing, soulful, always compelling sound portraits are like a door to another world. He continues along these sonic journeys with his new release “The Beautiful Warrior”, a fresh collection of Jazz, Lounge and Soul gems from...
  • Jazzgroupiez: “Millinaissance” makes a firm impression

    Renowned jazz website Jazzgroupiez recently dropped the EP “Millinaissance” to critical acclaim and general fan excitement. The project led by Todd Moultrie has been dedicated to the existence and prosperity of jazz music since its launch in 2013.  Moultrie’s passion for the genre had been ignited by his parents,...
  • Angela C. Howell: “There’s Nothin’ I Don’t Love…” – full of bluesy oomph!

    My, oh my, what an extraordinary song! All of the extraordinary shine of Angela C. Howell’s six previous albums is once again realized here on her latest single “There’s Nothin’ I Don’t Love…” – a track destined to be included on her forthcoming seventh album release . If at...
  • Tisabel: “GENRE HOPPING” is simply the real thing!

    Longtime Musical director and vocalist Tony Isabel aka Tisabel boasts an unprecedented skill set. He writes, arranges, sings, plays, and performs. He busts taboos, flashes unstoppable ambition, blends genres together like paint. Soulful ballads and funky grooves, ambient new age soundscapes, Hip-hop fantasy, and divine EDM devotion. For these...
  • David Tick and The People: every song grooves but finds different ways to do it!

    David Tick, who is a contributor to AudioSparx, with a plethora of music ready for licensing, has opened for such artists as Earth Wind and Fire and Muddy Waters, which should give you a quick measuring gauge of his musical pedigree. Tick, a music composer, keyboardist, vocalist and producer,...
  • Miles Casella: “Hey Fine” is in a class of its own

    I tend to listen a lot of albums by artists who produce or co-produce their own tracks because I figure only they know exactly how they want to sound. Miles Casella is one such artist, who co-produced the album “The Sidewalk Flower” with Ben Bryan, and knows exactly how he wants...