Saxophonist Donny McCaslin brought a fresh perspective to the acoustic-electronic jazz soundscape with 2012's Casting for Gravity (Greenleaf Music) which earned a Grammy nomination for "Best Instrumental Jazz Solo" for the track "Stadium Jazz." Thankfully it was not a one-off as McCaslin reassembles the tightly knit band and savvy production from saxophonist David Binney in Fast Future, a release that continues the groove factor.
Au Japon, en 1984. C’est l’histoire de deux mondes, celui, réel, de 1984 et un monde parallèle tout aussi vivant, celui de 1Q84. Deux mondes imbriqués dans lesquels évoluent, en alternance, Aomamé et Tengo, 29 ans tous deux, qui ont fréquenté la même école lorsqu’ils avaient dix ans. Un jour, Tengo l’a défendue contre d’autres enfants et Aomamé lui a serré la main. Un pacte secret, le signe d’un amour pur dont ils auront toujours la nostalgie. …
Whilst hundreds of thousands continue to seek refuge there, Iraqi Kurdistan also has to defend its borders against ISIS. Whether on the front lines, in the training camps or in the refugee camps, the inhabitants suffer under a geopolitical and humanitarian situation that is as catastrophic as it is uncertain.
Thinking about grad school? Then you’d better start thinking about the GRE — especially because it just got a lot harder! The Graduate Record Exam General Test (which underwent sweeping changes in summer 2011) is the most commonly required admissions test for postgraduate degree programs at American universities. Taken by more than 600,000 prospective graduate school applicants from approximately 230 countries each year, this challenging exam can be a pivotal event in your academic career. In fact, your score on this all-important test can make or break your chances of getting into the university of your dreams and earning that coveted master’s degree or doctorate.