My new Jazz Picks are up at Wondering Sound


As most of you are aware, I have been writing a weekly column for that gives a rundown of the best of the new Jazz releases each week (my Jazz Picks).  Well, eMusic has spun off their editorial function to a completely separate site, called Wondering Sound.  While I’m still doing the same thing, my Jazz Picks will now be posted over on the Wondering Sound site, which exists in its own world.  It’s why you now see Bandcamp players embedded in the column as well as recs for albums not retailing on eMusic.

Speaking of which, my new batch of recommendations have just been posted up on the Wondering Music site HERE.

Notable albums from this week’s article are:

Mathilde Grooss Viddal - "El Aaiun Across the Border" Tony Cattano Ottetto - "L'uomo Poco Distante" Reto Suhner, Fabian Mueller - "Schattenspiel" Guillaume Martineau - "Par 5 Chemins"





… and a bunch of other solid options.  Some wildly expressive albums this week, many which would fall under my site’s Something Different category.