Product Reviews

Bassnectar dishes out a potent blend of drums, bass, and electricity, tickling your eardrums into submission.
Lubriphonic delivers an enthusiastic mix of bouncy horns, muscular guitar, and soulful vocals for this newest release.
Ten Years On marks a look back and a possible way forward for this uncanny funky foursome from Leeds, UK.
Clay Ross offers a bold selection of guitar prowess and excellent song-writing in “Matuto.”
Incorporating a wide range of influences, the Ragbirds deliver an arresting album full of exotic twists and varied styles.
Steez presents a muscular, energetic blend of funk, jam, and groove with “Creepfunk Crusade.”
“Live – Volume 1” combines classical music chops with a rowdy Irish spirit for truly remarkable results.
Featuring 6 varied, mood-changing songs on their new EP, Amy Hendrickson & the Prime Directive are poised for discovery.
Cadillac Jones brings the throw down with this collection of spirited, energetic tracks.
The Odd Meters present an eclectic, refined combination of jazz, jam, and world music with this 2009 studio release.
Funkuponya’s debut explores the boundaries between funk and jam with a scintillating combination of keyboard and guitar.
New Monsoon is such an entertaining group in a live setting, and it’s good to hear their energy translate to a disc.