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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…


  • Directions

    One of the reasons João Barradas stands apart from the fairly slender ranks of virtuoso jazz accordionists is his…

  • Jersey

    Mark Guiliana received much of his earlier acclaim for concocting combustive rhythms that combine the tricky patterns…

  • To Love And Be Loved

    For a practitioner of bluesy hard-bop, New York via Chicago via Memphis is a pretty solid pedigree—particularly when…

  • 90 Going On Amazing

    Though somewhat misleading in title since the session took place a dozen years ago, recent live shows have attested…

  • Lucille!

    Sure, Charlie Parker’s “Dexterity” has been covered countless times. But it’s hard to believe that anybody has…

  • Black Current Jam

    With Black Current Jam, bassist Robert Hurst is determined to cram in as much of the African diaspora in the Americas…

  • Song Of Silver Geese

    Multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Jen Shyu’s Song Of Silver Geese showcases exceptional performance artistry influenced…

  • Free Of Form

    Free Of Form is Sarah Elizabeth Charles’ third release as a leader and her second collaboration with co-producer and…

  • In Transit

    Kyle Eastwood grew up in the shadow of his father, Clint Eastwood. While having a famous parent undoubtedly opened some…

  • The Sky Remains

    Pianist Josh Nelson thinks big. His own projects, showcased so far in clubs only, are multimedia affairs with scenery…

  • Knknighgh

    Pronounce it “knife.” Knknighgh is a tribute to the minimal poetry of Aram Saroyan, whose one-word poem…

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June 2019
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