Monthly Archives: September 2016

Album Review: Reem Kelani – Live At The Tabernacle – a live album with a vengeance.

It seems like British-Palestinian singer Reem Kelani ought to be on her fourth or fifth album, such is the intensity of her artistic vision. But no, this is only her second, following a 10-year gap since Sprinting Gazelle. That doesn’t … Continue reading

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Album Review: London Klezmer Quartet – To the Tavern – Intimate and Expressive

What a great listen! This is London Klezmer Quartet’s fourth album. Having followed their progress though a few different line ups, and with initial curiousity about how quite a minimal band would interpret often wild Jewish klezmer music, it’s great … Continue reading

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