Asaf Sirkis, Solar Flash, 2021

Israeli drummer Asaf Sirkis has teamed up with famed UK keyboardist Gary Husband and Scottish bassist Kevin Glasgow to create his new

Xavi Reija Trio, Dreamscape Room, 2020

Spanish drummer extraordinaire Xavi Reija is back and for this journey has brought along composer and pianist José Carra and bass player

Sirkis Bialas IQ, Our New Earth, 2019

Second album from Asaf Sirkis (drums) and Sylwia Bialas (vocals and waterphone) with Frank Harrison on keyboards and Kevin Glasgow on bass.

Mark Wingfield & Gary Husband, Tor & Vale, 2019

Guitarist Mark Wingfield is no stranger to these pages. And while not everything he does suits me, several of his albums are

Freya Roy, Ahlke, 2019

When I was reading the press sheet coming with this album, I got a bit sad and ashamed that, in this day

Xavi Reija, The Sound Of The Earth, 2018

Spanish maestro drummer Xavi Reija is giving us another insight in his musical world. And if you are familiar with his previous

Mark Wingfield, Tales From the Dreaming City, 2018

Seems Mark Wingfield loves to keep himself busy. So here is his next release on Moonjune. Joining him are the familiar faces

Dwiki Dharmawan, Rumah Batu, 2018

Third time Indonesian musician Dwiki Dharmawan is present here. I quite like the first, had some doubts about the second, and have

Vantomme, Vegir, 2017

Ah, another Moonjune Records release. And featuring none other than the mighty Tony Levin (King Crimson, Peter Gabriel, Stick Men) on bass!

Dawson Rutledge, Monsters, 2017

One of the best things about doing this is that you get to hear a wide variety of music. And since variety

Keith Emerson, Plays Emerson, 2017

This is a re-release of an album that has long been out of print. It is also a fresh remaster, albeit with

Machine Mass, Plays Hendrix, 2017

I guess the cover art and the title says it all really. Yet if you know that the album is out on

Xavi Reija, Reflections, 2017

The previous album from Spanish drummer Xavi Reija was one in which he excelled in jazz and free form songs. On his

Savoldelli Casarano Bardoscia, The Great Jazz Gig In The Sky, 2016

If you take a look at the cover and the title of the album, I am quite sure a lot of you