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Daytrotter Session

From Paste Magazine Deva Mahal at Paste Studio NYC live from The Manhattan Center Read The Full Article

Posted May 17th, 2019 in News


New Music From Tentet

From JazzTimes JT Track Premiere: ‘Milonga del Angel’ by the Anat Cohen Tentet JazzTimes is honored to present the premiere of ‘Milonga del Angel,’ the opening track on the Anat Cohen Tentet’s album Triple Helix, to be released June 14... Read The Full Article

Posted May 17th, 2019 in News


NY Times Playlist

From The New York Times The Playlist: Slipknot Roars Back to Life, and 9 More New Songs By: Jon Pareles, Jon Caramanica and Giovanni Russonello Jazz’s quintessential Gen X piano whiz Brad Mehldau is known for lithe and crisp improvising,... Read The Full Article

Posted May 17th, 2019 in News


Funk is key for Maceo Parker

From sfgate.com Funk is key to jazz of sax great Maceo Parker By: Terence McArdle Saxophonist Maceo Parker has scored the funk trifecta. In the 1960s, the trenchant, bluesy wail of his horn served as a foil for James Brown’s... Read The Full Article

Posted May 17th, 2019 in News


An Essential Jazz Album

From PopMatters Joshua Redman Quartet’s ‘Come What May’ Is an Essential Jazz Album By: Brice Ezell Joshua Redman Quartet’s Come What May is not just a strong contender for 2019’s best jazz album, but also one of the year’s essential... Read The Full Article

Posted May 16th, 2019 in News


Jazz Night Homecoming

From NPR’s Jazz Night In America JAZZ NIGHT IN AMERICA: Cleveland’s Joe Lovano Comes Home By: Nate Chinen If you’re even a casually observant jazz fan, you might think you know a thing or two about Joe Lovano. A tenor... Read The Full Article

Posted May 16th, 2019 in News


"A Chicago premiere of real consequence"

From The Chicago Tribune Reviews: Regina Carter with Chicago Sinfonietta; Evgeny Kissin; Chicago Civic Orchestra By: Howard Reich The Chicago Sinfonietta closed its season Monday evening at the Auditorium Theatre with a Chicago premiere of real consequence. Violinist and MacArthur... Read The Full Article

Posted May 16th, 2019 in News


NDOUR Shares His 'History'

From PopMatters Senegal’s Most Famous Singer Youssou NDOUR Shares His ‘History’ By: Adriane Pontecorvo Both in his home country and internationally, Youssou NDOUR has long been the most famous singer from Senegal, even if you don’t know him by name.... Read The Full Article

Posted May 16th, 2019 in News


5 Stars For 'Finding Gabriel'

From The Times ALBUM REVIEW: JAZZ Brad Mehldau: Finding Gabriel review By: Chris Pearson ‘…’…’…’…’… The American pianist takes on the Bible and political turmoil in a warmly approachable album Always somewhat cerebral, Brad Mehldau has entered especially intellectual territory... Read The Full Article

Posted May 16th, 2019 in News


Afropunk Track Premiere

From Afropunk EXCLUSIVE: DEVA MAHAL AND SON LITTLE WILL SEDUCE YOUR EARS WITH THEIR NEW SINGLE ‘GODDAMN’ By: Nathan Leigh Let’s hear it for the noble cuttlefish! Nature’s second best cephalopod (you know I love you, giant squids) was an... Read The Full Article

Posted May 15th, 2019 in News


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