• Video Premiere: Freelance Is Back With New Video For "Band Plays On"

If you haven’t checked out Day Breaks, shame on you. Norah Jones‘ critically-acclaimed 2016 release features a myriad of artistic luminaries like Wayne Shorter, Briad keep reading »

If Braxton Cook only decided to play his horn, then dude would probably have a really nice career. But it just so happens that Cook’s got vocal keep reading »

Coming straight from Uptown, six-piece collective Freelance is back with a brand new video for “Band Plays On.” Directed by Sebastian Prudent (of SP1 Films), keep reading »

Recently, Michelle Mercer’s article in NPR, “Sexism From Two Leading Jazz Artists Draws Anger—And Presents An Opportunity,” highlighted longstanding issues in jazz as a male-dominated keep reading »

Despite being only 27 years old, Christian Sands already has a firm grip of the history of jazz piano. Not only can he articulate the keep reading »

Released on March 24, Maurice “Mobetta” Brown‘s latest full-length album The Mood showcases the trumpeter, producer, composer, and emcee flexing his muscles in an 11-track keep reading »

If you’ve been sleeping on Adam Turchin, then this is the day you get woke with the title track to his forthcoming record Manifest Destiny. keep reading »

Every now and then we get to share something so beautiful and exquisite that it pains us to actually have to need to accompany the keep reading »

When the legendary Jon Hendricks says a vocalist “has one of the best voices I’ve heard in over 40 years,” that in itself is enough keep reading »

An undeniable virtuoso, guitarist Matthew Stevens is in high demand as a sideman. Most recently he was an integral part of the sound of Esperanza keep reading »