NEWS: Launch of new Jamie Cullum jazz album Interlude announced today

Just a few days after his 35th birthday, a new album release by...

Espejo, Eliana Cuevas

This latest album from the Venezuelan born singer is filled to the...

Let's review sheer eloquence from Adam Schroeder's baritone sax

One of the most beautiful baritone saxophone sounds to be heard...

CD: Andy Milne & Dapp Theory - Forward In All Directions

Andy Milne cut his teeth in the 1990s playing with the influential...

Ahmad Jamal/Yusef Lateef: Live at the Olympia review spirited and funky

The ways the former chart-topping pianist Ahmad Jamal develops...

Fire! Orchestra: Enter review overheated but powerful

(Rune Grammofon)Sweden's 28-piece Fire! Orchestra comprise jazz,...

Herbie Hancock: The Warner Bros Years review undistracted creativity

(Warner Bros)This three-CD set brings together all the music...

CD Review: Neil Cowley Trio - Touch and Flee

What do you do when, like Neil Cowley, you’ve created an exciting...

Magos & Limon Dawn

She is Magos Herrera, arguably the finest contemporary jazz singer...

John Coltrane: Offering: Live At Temple University (2014)

Discovering unheard John Coltrane material is the Holy Grail for...

Ahmad Jamal & Yusef Lateef: Live At The Olympia (2014)

Ahmad Jamal's live performances have been well represented in his...

Myriad3: The Where (2014)

Myriad3—the Toronto-based trio of pianist Chris Donnelly, bassist...

Marius Neset/Trondheim Jazz Orchestra: Lion review intricately woven and exciting

Powerful young Norwegian saxophonist and composer Marius Neset is...

Susanna/Jenny Hval: Meshes of Voice review an exultant experience

(SusannaSonata)Norwegian singer/songwriter Susanna Wallumrød doesn...

Christophe Chassol: Indiamore review Indian-influenced jazz-funk workout

(Tricatel)Much admired by Gilles Peterson, who included him in an...

Tingvall Trio: Beat review lively but formulaic pop-jazz

(Skip Records)With their 2012 album Vagen, this internationally...

Keith Jarrett/Charlie Haden Last Dance

So maybe this project should officially be known as the Standards...

Ralph Towner/Wolfgang Muthspiel/Slava Grigoryan Travel Guide

On a percentage basis, the ECM catalog does not contain that many...

Joshua Redman: Trios Live review sax fan's dream of a live set

Joshua Redman, one of the most technically accomplished saxists in...

Joshua Redman Trios Live

Not surprisingly, Sonny Rollins is an immediate presence on tenor...

Joshua Redman: Trios Live (2014)

Upholding the legacy of his namesake, saxophonist Joshua Redman—...

I Like Men review surprises and subtle perfection from Rebecca Kilgore

Still little known in Britain, but with a solid following in the...

CD: Benjamin Taubkin - Al Qantara - The Bridge

Geoff Dyer’s book on jazz But Beautiful predicted the future of...

Nigel Price Organ Trio: Hit the Road review tribute to a smooth tradition

Nigel Price, the British jazz guitarist devoted to such late...

CD REVIEW: Mark Nightingale and Alastair White- The Sound of Jay and Kai

The two -trombone with three rhythm format, in which trombonists...

Adult Jazz: Gist Is review sublime and ridiculous experimental indie

(Spare Thought)Self-released, self-produced and self-recorded in a...

Albert Ayler: Spiritual Unity review music that blazes, uplifts and unnerves

(ESP-Disk)Albert Ayler was the 1960s African-American sax...

Farmers By Nature: Love and Ghosts review breathtakingly fluent free jazz

(Alum Fidelity)This double set, recorded at two French concerts,...

Farmers By Nature: Love and Ghosts review breathtakingly fluent free jazz

(Alum Fidelity)This double set, recorded at two French concerts,...