Chicago label International Anthem puts in the sweat to bring progressive jazz the audience it deserves.
This year’s best jazz records include a large-ensemble concept album about conspiracy theories, a tug-of-war between loops and live-band grooves, and an amazing hybrid of jazz and hip-hop.
He’s tried punk, noise, and Fahey-style fingerpicking, but he’s about to reach his biggest audience yet with the jazzy, open-ended folk-rock on his new album.
Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is the gorgeous title track from the fingerstyle prodigy’s upcoming LP.
The veteran LA jazzman sounds great on a new record with Norwegian reedist Frode Gjerstad.
On the sonic confusion of the ubiquitous bassist and his quartet
The best shows to see through Sunday include Dub Thompson, Megadeth, Donkeys, and Daniel Levin, Jim Baker, and Frank Rosaly.
An action-packed weekend for jazz fans
Current musical obsessions of saxophonist Nick Mazzarella and drummer Frank Rosaly
Jason Moran and Gregory Porter highlight a jam-packed third day of Jazz Fest.
2013 Chicago Jazz Festival aftershows: Kidd Jordan, the Rempis Percussion Quartet, and other late-night diversions
Four new recordings on his Driff Records show off the brilliance and range of Boston pianist Pandelis Karayorgis.
One feature of the scene that’s largely escaped notice is the proliferation of musicians whose names start with the tenth letter of the alphabet.
Drummer Frank Rosaly celebrates the release of Cicada Music, his debut album as a bandleader, with a show at the Hideout on Wednesday.