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The Bathtub And The Sea

The title track on The Bathtub And The Sea feels more orchestral, and then more indie folk, than anything expected of a jazz album. Legato brass offer a tone that’s given room…


  • Superette

    On the heels of an excellent third album from his two-tenor Bigmouth band, blending rock and West African influences,…

  • This World Of Dew

    This duo does not wander far from one’s expectations of a “jazz album” featuring an electric guitar and a…

  • Icarus

    French-born, Amsterdam-based clarinetist Joris Roelofs has built his career balancing intense discipline and a deep…

  • In Transverse Time

    On the release day for the venerable ROVA saxophone quartet’s In Transverse Time, the group went to church—an…

  • Coast To Coast

    Most people don’t think of Paterson, New Jersey, as a great jazz town, but maybe they should. Native son Jerry Vivino…

  • Spacesuit

    Throughout Spacesuit—an album that assembles a new amalgam of 20th Congress players and launches Robert Walter into…

  • Inner Space

    The soulful lines of Thomas Kugi’s tenor saxophone open the proceedings, and r&b is on the agenda. Milan Nikolic adds…

  • Seed Triangular

    Guitarist Mary Halvorson’s reign of versatility and convention-breaking instincts continues. In a deviation from her…

  • Ticket!

    Bebop inspired beat authors to invest their writing with more rhythm, soul, spontaneity and unpredictability. Now, the…

  • The Buffering Cocoon

    Brooklyn keyboardist Jason Lindner has received increased attention following his contributions to David Bowie’s…

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January 2019
Eric Dolphy
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