Pitch down dance music's tempo from the manic 140 beats per minute favored by candy ravers -- pitch it way down -- and you begin to approximate the languid, sensual, baby-making rhythms of Slow Hands, AKA Ryan Cavanagh. Of course these days, tempo is less a concern for Slow Hands than the musician' ... More >>
It's all in the stars.
Were talking serious jazz screenings
The Elephant Sleeps but Still Remembers (Golden Beams)
The Cellar Door Sessions 1970 (Sony)
Bribing DJs used to be expensive, but now mere trinkets will do the trick
Beyond the Sound Barrier (Verve)
Weekend Jazz Saturday with Tracy Fields
Sax great Dewey Redman may not be a teen idol, but no one tops his chops
This was the JVC Jazz Festival's first year here, but the sounds were nothing new
Places (Warner Bros.)
When he appeared in Miami last year, jazz pianist Gonzalo Rubalcaba ignited a firestorm of controversy. Though he now lives in South Florida, he just wants to play music, not politics.
As Miami's premier groove rockers, Day by the River runs through it
Eddie Palmieri and Hilton Ruiz go pound for pound
Richie Gerber showcases health food and jazz jams