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Illegal Moves

The cover of Sunwatchers’ Illegal Moves depicts a radicalized Kool-Aid Man pushing back against a murderers’ row of iconic conservative bogeymen, from Nixon to Thatcher to Ted…


  • Parallel Universe

    With Parallel Universe, Behn Gillece strives to show that a duality of introversion and extroversion—a fluctuating…

  • Verdant Dream

    Pianist Eugenia Choe seems to approach everything with careful consideration. She and her trio didn’t hit the studio…

  • Wander Wonder

    Toronto saxophonist, composer and arranger Allison Au leads her quartet through 10 pieces varied in influence, but…

  • Reaction And Reflection

    Reaction and reflection are critical attributes in all facets of jazz, but perhaps paramount in free improvisation. And…

  • Enamiĝo Reciprokataj

    Why did pianist Brittany Anjou title her album Enamigo Reciprokataj, which translates from Esperanto to “reciprocal…

  • Serenading The Future

    Israel-born saxophonist Daniel Rotem’s sophomore album is the latest document of a vibrant jazz resurgence in Los…

  • Reminiscence

    There’s good reason why virtuosic trombonist, composer and arranger John Fedchock—a Woody Herman Orchestra alum and…

  • The Gleaners

    The upright bass might not be an instrument we’re used to hearing at the front of the mix. But The Gleaners, Larry…

  • Columbia Icefield

    Trumpeter Nate Wooley has an uncommonly broad purview as both an instrumentalist and conceptualist. He’s rigorously…

  • When Silence Falls

    As the title of Merje Kägu’s debut as a leader and composer, When Silence Falls, suggests, the Sweden-based…

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