MIDWEST RECORD – CHICAGO, IL – SEPTEMBER 22, 2015
MESA BLUEMOON – DULCIE TAYLOR & FRIENDS/Wind Over Stone It was inevitable that Taylor’s last record would get award winning recognition, and that recognition fuels her here. Rocking more, getting political and personal, this is as much a wake-up call as it is first class singer/songwriter stuff. The kind of radical departure from the past that doesn’t shake off long time fans, Taylor spreads her wings setting out a penumbra that has plenty of room for new fans who will be true believers. Simply a killer set from a voice that has more to offer than we originally thought. Hot stuff. – Chris Spector
“Fingerstyle” phenomenon Tommy Emmanuel teams up with Britain’s jazz icon Martin Taylor in this highly anticipated guitar duets CD on Mesa/Bluemoon Recordings.”The sound they put together is inviting, homely and truly incredible. The images each tune throws up is one of stimulating and carefully loved enticement, designed to relax the listener whilst at the same time giving a sense of hope and off beat gentleness.”
-Liverpool Sound and Vision
MesaBluemoon proudly announces the signing of the very talented Luis Oliart. More to come soon!
Pushing the depths of the underground jazz scene, cutting edge New York City-based Out to Lunch has recently released its third album, No One Left Behind, on one of the finest indie record labels, Mesa Recordings. Tracks such as “In Da House” and “It’s a Jungle Out There” move effortlessly from the world of funk to breakbeat, from dub to house, creating a sound that hits both the mind and feet. Out to Lunch has not only established itself as a mainstay on the New York scene, but has toured extensively through North America and Europe.
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Inspired by the mosaic of human experience, TROPO combines live instruments with electronic dance music to create an eclectic sound and connected-space. Starting as a solo project by Tyson Leonard to integrate his relentless passion for playing violin with composing dance music, Tropo has grown into a trio that genre-splices orchestral with funk, house with jazz, and blues with tribal into a sound that is both heard and felt.Read More Here