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The Lion, Camel & Child

Honestly, the notion of “Nietzschean jazz” doesn’t sound like much fun. “Solos which do not kill us make us stronger,” and all that, right? Well, don’t get the wrong…


  • Alcanza

    Jazz with strings typically means “jazz with sweetening,” with violins and cellos doing little more than fluffing…

  • The New National Anthem

    Riverside is not a tribute band in the standard sense. Although each of the group’s albums has been dedicated to a…

  • Amour

    One of the most impressive facets of a jazz musician’s talent is making the hard stuff sound easy. T.K. Blue, a New…

  • Cub(an)ism

    With his 10th album as a leader, and his first solo recording since the 1996 debut Impresión Tropical, pianist Aruan…

  • Developing Story

    In 2006, pianist Alan Broadbent released an album called Every Time I Think Of You. With jazz trio and The Tokyo…

  • Dear Blossom

    Australian bassist-vocalist Nicki Parrott is no stranger to performing with jazz giants. As an up-and-coming artist on…

  • The Vampires Meet Lionel Loueke

    Eclectic Australian jazz outfit The Vampires have collaborated with esteemed African-born guitarist and vocalist Lionel…

  • Endless Field

    In nature, as in music, it’s often the case that the widest, most expansive spaces can inspire the deepest moments of…

  • Towards Language

    The Norwegian trumpeter Arve Henriksen is once again working with his countrymen, Eivind Aarset (guitar), Jan Bang and…

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June 2019
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