"Eric Jones does some of the cleanest, smoothest, and most artful magic I've ever seen. And if that wasn't enough, his magic also happens to be totally mystifying!" Ken Weber, Author of Maximum Entertainment "Eric's hands do things that our minds can't understand. If he's teaching, I'm watching!!" Larry Wilmore, Writer, Comedian, Host of The Nightly Show "Eric Jones magic is always a delight to see. I love his pace, his style, his powerful tricks, and his great charisma. Eric is a great magician and an unique performer!" Woody Aragon
Its stick or twist for GoGo Penguin as they release this, their Blue Note debut and the first of a reputed three album deal. Do they push ahead, expanding their palette of electronica seen through the prism of acoustic jazz, or retreat a tad in deference to their new paymasters by emphasising the more traditional jazz elements of their sound. Should we be concerned that the two years since their breakthrough v2.0 album suggest a creative block or difficulty coping with the raised stakes? While they would hardly be the first act to lose their nerve on entering the major label big league, it is thankfully and emphatically not the case here as "Man Made Object" develops and builds on their early promise.
The Falkland Islands, in the south Atlantic, are a haven for penguins.
Victoria Gill joins scientists in Antarctica as they begin to analyse their findings after a year spent monitoring the lives of thousands of penguins.
Learn truly magical stage routines from these two time-traveling masters of illusion and entertainment!
Juan Tamariz is not your typical magician… but you already knew that. He's a deep thinker whose engaging manner conceals his exceptional cleverness. Whenever Juan Tamariz talks card magic, you'll get so much more out of it than a few moves, or tricks. You'll get a masterclass in the art of magic.
Bandleader Simon Jeffes composed the leadoff track "Music for a Found Harmonium" on a harmonium he found abandoned on a Tokyo street, which offers an inkling of the musical inspiration that sprang from this remarkable Englishman. As usual, he gathers a loose aggregation of musicians who create stunning, free-flowing acoustic sounds that defy categorization…
The sophomore album from Simon Jeffes' homegrown band took over three years to record, but the signs are here that it was a labor of love. While drawing compositional and textural inspiration from both English folk and chamber music, it manages to sound like neither and a wondrous hybrid of both…