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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…


  • Triangular III

    Tucked inside this effervescent 2015 live date is a miniature tribute to the great, unsung pianist and composer Walter…

  • City Of Poets

    The case for City Of Poets revolves around a French/American jazz exchange program (involving the French-American…

  • Twin Talk

    After the release of its 2013 debut, Sightline, the newly named trio TWIN TALK—bassist Katie Ernst, tenor saxophonist…

  • New Journey

    Unsung Chicago tenor saxophonist Greg Fishman is worth our respect. He’s a hardworking Midwesterner who’s built a…

  • Triadic Episode

    As debut records go, this one is an absolute stunner. Atlanta-based, New York-born pianist Louis Heriveaux has been…

  • Imagine Nation

    In his liner notes to Darren English’s debut album, fellow trumpeter Russell Gunn notes, “Darren English is an…

  • Once & Future

    In every jazz lover’s mind there exists the perfect Hammond B-3 organ player. Whether that ultimate B-3 technician is…

  • Velvet Portraits

    In recent years, Terrace Martin has been known as the producer for flourishing hip-hop artists like Kendrick Lamar and…

  • Alive

    Serbian keyboardist Vasil Hadzimanov’s band, with special guest David Binney on alto saxophone, is marvelous on Alive…

  • Gon’ Boogaloo

    Australian singer-songwriter C.W. Stoneking has been living in the past for most of his musical life—and that’s a…

  • No B!

    It takes nerve to name your group after one of the most revered guitar players in the history of the blues. Most of the…

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June 2019
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