ACT ONE MAGAZINE REVIEWS BRUCE COHEN’S ALBUM “FIVE BC”

Denmark’s Act One Magazine has reviewed Bruce Cohen’s album “Five BC” and states . . . “This is clearly an artist who had a vision and it seems to me like he hit a home run with this one.”

 

Read the entire review HERE, and also download a FREE mp3 of “What Is It” and watch the “What Is It” video.

 

ALEX FAULKNER REVIEWS BRUCE COHEN’S ALBUM “FIVE BC”

Alex Faulkner has reviewed Bruce Cohen’s album Five BC for his UK blog The Faulkner Review.

After listening to the entire 12-track album Faulkner declared, “Bruce Cohen deserves recognition as a class act in his field and this album should help bring him to a wider audience.”  To read the full review and download a FREE mp3 of track 8 “What Is It” click HERE. 

 

 

Tarock Music Releases Bruce Cohen’s 5th Solo Album “Five BC”

Tarock Music has released a new album by Bruce Cohen marking his fifth solo venture.  The twelve-song electronic excursion that continues his signature take on ambient music with the added element of funk.  His 2017 album Four BC was a constrained four-minute per song  experiment, while Five BC was recorded with a no time limit total stream-of-conscience approach.  Cohen literally took to heart Miles Davis’ witticism when asked the name of the song he was about to perform saying, “I’ll play it and tell you later,” so Cohen didn’t title his songs until after they were recorded.  The result is tracks that are an indisputable electronic classic, using a progressive house groove while weaving atmospheric textures of subtlety and beauty, demonstrated by Cohen’s artful skill of manipulating various moods.

Read the entire Liner Notes text HERE, and download a FREE mp3 of track 8 “What Is It” on SoundCloud HERE.

 

 

 

New Single Release By Bruce Cohen ◆ “Big Guy Returns”

TAROCK MUSIC HAS RELEASED “BIG GUY RETURNS” AN ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTAL BY BRUCE COHEN.

“BIG GUY RETURNS” HAS A GREAT 1970’s HERBIE HANCOCK HEAD HUNTERS FUNK GROOVE, WITH AMBIENT TEXTURES.

LISTEN TO THE TRACK ON SOUNDCLOUD