Latest News: Jazz, New Release Round-up
Beatles for jazz quartet, Norwegian free-improvisation from Hubro, and a live show from Ronnie Scott's by George Benson, are among our picks for this week's new release round-up.
A surprise release from the late Dave Brubeck, the latest from Grammy-nominated Ben Wendel, free jazz fun with Glasshopper, funky latin fusion from pianist Ivan Timbó, landscape painting from saxophonist Patrick Cornelius, and a tribute to the collaborations of Joe Pass and Ella Fitzgerald by vocalist Cleo and guitarist David Grabowski.
This week's new releases include reissues from Terje Rypdal, a second live recording from Keith Jarrett's 2016 tour, and modern reinterpretations of the music of Sun Ra.
This week's new releases include an electrifying live performance from Ella Fitzgerald, reinterpretations of a classic Radiohead album and a new Blue Note recording from vibraphonist Joel Ross.
A Norwegian saxophonist recording in Denmark, a vinyl issue of a classic Jim McNeely session, experimental jazz rock explorations, Glaswegian acid jazz, and a Haitian cellist's homage to the poetry of Langston Hughes.
Another batch of eclectic new releases out this week, including an excellent debut from Ferdinand o Romano, Chris Barber's trad jazz, San Fransico experimentalism, Australian jazz funk, and Norwegian jazz rock.
The latest rundown of new vinyl additions to the Presto Jazz catalogue.
This week's new releases include the latest from saxophonist Matthieu Bordenave's bandleading debut on ECM, new sounds from New York-based label Savant, and vocalist Ganna Gryniva's explorations in Ukrainian folk music via contemporary jazz.
This week's new release highlights include the anniversary of a Coltrane classic, new sounds from ECM, and Tippett spirituals re-interpreted for jazz quartet.
This week's round-up includes Terje Rypdal's first recording as a bandleader in seven years, the formless, flowing third record from pianist Christian Sands, and a lockdown-inspired suite from Brad Mehldau.
This week's round-up of new releases includes two new piano recordings from Mack Avenue, piano and bassoon duets, and a trio of European jazz releases from straight-ahead bands to eccentric compositions.
This week's release round-up includes the latest recording from vocalist Shelly Rudolph, the sounds of working class Paris from Rue de Tanger, and fusion/soul-inspired tunes from flautist Christophe Zoogonès, as well as the latest from contemporary pianist Tigran Hamasyan.
This week's new additions to the Presto Jazz catalogue include a hefty jazz epic from trumpeter Markus Stockhausen, Charlie Parker arranged for solo jazz guitar, and brass-led Latin jazz.
This week's recommended recordings include Rudresh Mahanthappa's Hero Trio, a 'lost' septet recording from the one and only Miles Davis, and standards by Thomas Fonnesbaek and Justin Kauflin, among others.
Josh highlights some new additions to the Presto Jazz digital catalogue, all available as crisp high-definition downloads, including the final album from sax legend Jimmy Heath, an archival release from Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers, and many more.
This week's new releases include up-and-coming trumpeter James Copus, socially conscious jazz from Immanuel Wilkins, and a melodic free jazz trio, among others.
This week's new release round-up includes a tribute to the old-school by Black Art Jazz Collective, a reunion after twenty-five years for Joshua Redman and friends, and rewarding free jazz from Collage Project.
This week, we go through some of the latest vinyl releases from diverse London-based label Whirlwind Recordings.
This week's round-up includes new recordings by the Marcin Wasilewski Trio, bluegrass fusion from Yo-Yo Ma & friends, and a collection of solo pieces by Nordic tubist Daniel Herskedal, among others.
This week’s round-up includes reissues of Marion Brown and New York Contemporary Five, sunny West-Coast vibes from the Gianmarco Scaglia & Paul Wertico Quartet, and a self-titled album from Norwegian singer Silje Nergaard.