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Kevin Quinn: Paramedic

Read "Paramedic" reviewed by Geannine Reid

Kevin Quinn may not be a name you are familiar with on the jazz scene yet, but behind the scenes his work as a sound engineer at the ShapeShifter Lab in Brooklyn, NY, has afforded him the opportunity to work with top jazz musicians such as: Aaron Parks, David Savitsky, Rachel Therrien, Dean Sharp, Sean Wayland, ...


JMancera: Mancera #5

Read "Mancera #5" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Contemporary jazz can't compare to its straight-ahead and left-of-center relatives in terms of complexity, weight, and scope, but that doesn't mean it has absolutely nothing to give. The masses who are taken with this form of music are well aware that it offers an escape, giving off thoughts of sunny days, sandy beaches, and starry nights. ...


Melbourne guitarist Nick Freer releases "The Unsuspecting"

Melbourne guitarist Nick Freer releases "The Unsuspecting"

The Unsuspecting is jny: Melbourne guitarist and composer Nick Freer’s latest offering. An all Australian affair, The Unsuspecting unites some of the finest Australian jazz-fusion talent based locally and internationally. Exploring a diverse repertoire, The Unsuspecting engages with post-tonal harmony from a Schoenberg perspective rather than the jazz lexicon. Fans of Allan Holdsworth, Chick Corea and Tribal ...


Visionary Pianist & Composer Sean Wayland Releases His 23rd Album, Barrenjoey

Visionary Pianist & Composer Sean Wayland Releases His 23rd Album, Barrenjoey

New York, NY: Australian-born pianist, composer and keyboardist Sean Wayland has released the 23rd studio album of his prolific career, a magnificent and stylized take on jazz and funk with roots in Australian rock. In fact, this album, 'Barrenjoey', takes its name from Wayland’s homeland in Australia (not, as those familiar with the New York jazz scene might think, from famous ...


Sean Wayland: Click Track Jazz: Slave to the Machine Vols 1 & 2

Read "Click Track Jazz: Slave to the Machine Vols 1 & 2" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

I due volumi di Click Track Jazz: Slave to The Machine curati dal tastierista e compositore australiano Sean Wayland, contengono una ricognizione molto ampia - per un totale di venisette brani - sulla possiblità di unire degli inserti sintetici alle classiche sonorità acustiche del jazz, sviluppati dalle tastiere o da strumenti elettronici come l'EWI ("Electronic Wind Istrument," uno ...


R.J. DeLuke's Best Releases of 2012

Read "R.J. DeLuke's Best Releases of 2012" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke

A ton of fine music came out in 2012, like most years, making these year-end lists very difficult. A lot we don't get to hear, so that limits some. For example, I've not yet heard the 2012 disks of drummer Jack DeJohnette, trumpeter Christian Scott or guitarist John McLaughlin and the Fourth Dimension. Having seen each ...


Brian Charette: Music for Organ Sextette

Read "Music for Organ Sextette" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

While there've been a few exceptions, many jazz organ-based recordings deliver the same old grind of not deviating too far from the Jimmy Smith or Charles Earland grease and grits format. But not in the case of Brian Charette's Music for Organ Sextette , a release that balances harmonically complex ideas with catchy melodies.


Take Five With Marc Hoffman

Read "Take Five With Marc Hoffman" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Meet Marc Hoffman:

After establishing himself as a composer and performer of film, theatre, concert and gospel music, Marc Hoffman began pursuing his passion for jazz in the early 1990s.

As a pianist and vocalist, Marc performs over 75 dates a year with a repertoire of original jazz and his own ...


Jon Gordon: Evolution

Read "Evolution" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

Evolution, from saxophonist and composer, Jon Gordon, is a fine record. It sparkles with mature ideas, unbridled creativity, and soul-searching profundity. There is also polished musicianship throughout. This is where the special quality of the music of this record lies--that it is not just built on an ediface of ideas suggested by its title, but on ...


Andrew Drury Group at I Beam on July 10th

Andrew Drury Group at I Beam on July 10th

Peter Evans, trumpet
Briggan Krauss, alto saxophone
Chris Speed, tenor saxophone
Andrew Drury, drums & compositions I Beam Studio
168 7th St. (b/n 2nd & 3rd Ave, Gowanus/Park Slope)
Brooklyn, NY July 10, 2009 8pm
$10 suggested donation for more info: Kristen Berardi (vocalist from Australia) Trio ...