This re-release features 72 minutes of unreleased music. Nearly every track on the two-hour set pushes the 20-minute range, with results more exhilarating than exhausting.
If you’re up for a lofty challenge, the experimental British rock outfit Black Midi is more than poised to fill the void.
Pain and catharsis wind through Saskadelphia.
It’s rare to find a band that so naturally assimilates its individual voices to strike a collective palette.
Fuse critics pay homage to Chick Corea performances and recordings that they found memorable.
This surprisingly seamless record belies its logistical shuffles and players’ cultural differences with a relaxed sonic identity.
With concerts all but wiped off the calendar by the pandemic, our critics naturally spent their time with recordings (and virtual live shows).
The best thing about Holy Calamavote may be that it presents Run the Jewels in a live presentation of RTJ4 that rivals the atmospheric might of the record itself.
Not since Jimi Hendrix had there been such a game-changer for the electric six-string.
Charles Lloyd and Julian Lage and Zakir Hussain served a loose, flowing 65-minute set with complementary facility that belied the novel circumstances.