Latest News: Jazz, New Release Round-up
The latest new and upcoming jazz vinyl releases from Blue Note, Groove Replica, 20th Century Masterworks and more...
Our picks for the latest jazz releases include Charlie Parker tunes from the SWR Big Band, genre-defying ensemble Eskina's newest record, and Makaya McCraven's reworkings of classic Blue Note recordings.
This week's pick of the latest jazz releases include vocal jazz from Australian-born artist Nishla Smith, tributes to the music of Black American women by Melanie Charles on Verve, and reissues of box sets by Charles Mingus, Sonny Rollins and Louis Armstrong.
Recent releases and additions to the Presto Music jazz catalogue include an unreleased live set from Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers, a selection of ACT Music’s best bits from the past year, and solo guitar pieces from Matthew Stevens.
The latest batch of new jazz releases include a previously unreleased suite from British bassist/composer Graham Collier, electronica-meets-jazz flute from Tenderlonious, and the bandleading debut of pianist Ayumi Tanaka on ECM.
The latest jazz releases for this week include a 1960s live set from John Coltrane, remixes of London saxophonist Nubya Garcia’s widely acclaimed debut album, and jazz reinterpretations of J.S. Bach’s ‘Two-Part Inventions’.
Our recent crop of new jazz releases includes a deluxe reissue from Jon Batiste, an ambitious new project from Esperanza Spalding, and an excellent double-live album from Chick Corea's Akoustic Band.
The latest jazz releases of the week include Enrico Rava and Craig Taborn on ECM, Nordic folk and atmospheric pedal steel sounds from Hubro and American vocalist Kurt Elling’s funk-inspired SuperBlue.
This week’s selection of the latest jazz releases include Norwegian trumpeter Mathias Eick on ECM, a re-issue of Japanese jazz flautist Hozan Yamamoto’s score to the ‘70s horror film ‘The Devil Comes Playing the Flute’, and a double-reissue of avant garde goodness from Don Cherry on Ezz-thetics.
This week’s latest jazz releases include drummer Nate Smith’s Kinfolk 2: See the Birds, Marc Ribot’s 2010 solo guitar album Silent Movies reissued for the first time on vinyl, and the bebop & swing-inspired Harvey / O’Higgins Project’s That’s the Way to Live!.
This week’s pick of the latest jazz releases includes the Savant Records debut of saxophonist Nicole Glover, a deluxe reissue of Buena Vista Social Club’s Cuban jazz classic, and a substantial new project from composers Matt Mitchell & Kate Gentile on PI Recordings.
This week’s round-up of the latest jazz releases includes a Bud Powell live set, an ambitious new project from Pat Metheny, and the latest edition of No Business Records’ Sam Rivers archival series.
The latest jazz releases available at Presto Music include two new ECM albums from Andrew Cyrille and Marc Johnson, a revisiting of John Coltrane’s 1961 Village Vanguard set, and the third record from up-and-coming trumpet player Sean Gibbs.
The latest jazz vinyl available at Presto Music includes reissues from Wes Montgomery and Don Rendell, as well as the latest releases from Kenny Garrett and Lars Danielsson.
This week’s pick of the latest jazz releases include jazz covers of David Bowie and a meeting of New York jazz vets Mike Clark and Michael Zilber.
The latest jazz releases include archival sessions from Lester Young, solo saxophone from JD Allen, and funky hip-hop-infused tunes from Brazilian instrumentalist Vasconcelos Sentimento.
This week’s jazz releases include Manchester improvisational trio Revival Room, jazz-meets-pop octet OK Aurora, and pianist Benjamin Croft’s sophomore record Far and Distant Places.
We’ve reissues galore in our latest new release round-up, including Albert Ayler, The Fourth World Quartet and Bill Evans, as well as new album releases by Keith Brown Trio and saxophonist Alistair Martin.
The latest jazz releases include a historical compilation of British jazz from the '60s and '70s, bassist William Parker's new guitar trio and fusion hero John McLaughlin.
New jazz releases include a box set chronicling the music of late trombonist and bandleader Chirs Barber, Grateful Dead tributes from Blue Note saxophonist Dave McMurray, and a handful of new albums by budding young artists on Unit Records.