2829/1248798532-jfalzone_pressphoto1_m.jpgWe’re about to hear a lot from James Falzone, one of the best straight-up clarinet players in Chicago’s jazz and improvised-music community—most other jazz musicians who play clarinet treat it as an accessory to their saxophones, but for Falzone it’s his principal horn. His quartet Klang—with vibist Jason Adasiewicz, bassist Jason Roebke, and drummer Tim Daisy—has a new album on the way called Tea Music (the release show is at the Hideout on September 23) and a gig at the Chicago Jazz Festival, where the band will pay homage to Benny Goodman. Tomorrow night he plays at the Hideout with cellist Fred Lonberg-Holm as part of Daisy’s trio Vox Arcana, which is just back from a short tour of the southeast.