Casey Golden Trio’s ‘Outliers,’ uncommonly sophisticated from relative newcomers out of Australia, subverts jazz from within.
‘Clarinet and Drums,’ from Hamir Atwal and Ben Goldberg, succeeds on the simpatico and sheer skill of its participants.
Improvisi’s ‘Live at the Hope and Anchor’ features two sets of improvised and deliciously spontaneous music.
Duane Eubanks’ long-awaited new release ‘Things Of That Particular Nature’ is as solid as hard bop can get.
With ‘Two City Blues 2,’ Peter Brotzmann and friends prove that there is room for all kinds of music in this world.
Ballister’s fifth release ‘Worse For The Wear’ proves that Chicago-style free jazz remains cutting-edge and uncompromising.
Here is a stream of “For Clark,” pianist Justin Kauflin’s touching tribute to his friend and mentor, Clark Terry.
Chris Potter’s string quartet-supplemented ‘Imaginary Cities’ is ambitious, maybe the high-water mark of ambition so far in Potter’s career.
Gilad Atzmon discusses his long tenure with the Blockheads, performing on Pink Floyd’s new album and the folly of so-called jazz education.
“The High Road” is straight-ahead, hard swinging delight from trombonist David Gibson and his quintet.