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  • ECM Showcase at NYC Winter Jazzfest 2017

    ECM Showcase at NYC Winter Jazzfest 2017

    Music has been a comfort in troubling times ever since there were humans to bring about troubles to begin with. Rare, however, is that music which seeks not only to placate but also demonstrate...

  • Donny McCaslin: Bowie Deepened The Relationships In My Band

    Donny McCaslin: Bowie Deepened The Relationships...

    Saxophonist and composer Donny McCaslin certainly doesn't believe in boundaries. He is one of the handful musicians who uses different strands as a launching point for further exploration...

  • Matthew Shipp: Let's Do Lunch!

    Matthew Shipp: Let's Do Lunch!

    When Matthew Shipp asked me to design the cover art for his Points album, I showed him works from the on-going drawing study I was engaged in. He picked one graphite drawing and said...

  • Erik Friedlander: A Little Cello?

    Erik Friedlander: A Little Cello?

    Normally lumped into the 'miscellaneous instruments' category of jazz awards, the cello has been something of a bit player in the colorful history of jazz. That said, today there are arguably more cellists...

  • A giant of jazz journalism silenced

    A giant of jazz journalism silenced

    Nat Hentoff was an old-school intellectual whose favorite topic--whose very touchstone--was, throughout his life, jazz....

Reviews

Sanguinaria (Hopeful Songs)

Brad Myers &...
Sanguinaria...

Born In An Urban Ruin

John Lindberg BC3
Born In An Urban...

The Picasso Zone

Modus Factor
The Picasso Zone

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Espejo Del Mar

Sergio Albacete
Espejo Del Mar

Isn't She Lovely

Pietro Postorino
Isn't She Lovely

The Neon Lulu

Jacob Munk Nielsen
The Neon Lulu

New Things, Same words

Angelo Mastronardi
New Things, Same words

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