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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 »

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Harlem-based musical collective Freelance will lend their hybridized, free-form sound to a three-month residency in New York City at live music institution, Pianos, situated in the keep reading »

Continuing with the WE RESIST! concert series of 2017’s Winter Jazzfest, this year’s WFJ will again shine a light on social justice issues from mass keep reading »

Melbourne-based quartet Hiatus Kaiyote took the world by storm upon the release of their debut album Tawk Tomahawk. Their sound, rightfully dubbed future-soul, combined lush keep reading »

The responsibility of an artist is relative. There are those who create that feel that their works of art is a product of experimentation and keep reading »

Multi-instrumentalist, bandleader and composer Joey DeFrancesco trades his traditional trio lineup for a quartet on the 2017 full-length album, Project Freedom, out now via Mack keep reading »

People’s Champs take the road less traveled in the official video for “No Prisoners” (Hostages). The 80s synth pop revival ballad is a reworked version keep reading »

There’s something to be said about craftsmen/women. It’s sort of an old world ideal that has been lost in our hyper consumerist era. This isn’t keep reading »

It is said that absence makes the heart grow fonder. This has proven to be true in the case of James DeWitt Yancey aka J keep reading »

Summer usually brings about a plethora of good things. Chief among them are new releases and Summer 2017 certainly hasn’t disappointed. While there are plenty keep reading »

There’s a reason there aren’t many artists making records in the power trio format: it seemed to reach its peak shortly after its creation. For keep reading »