The Swiss label Hatology continues to keep the work of the singular saxophonist in print.
On Monday, Dave Rempis plays an improvised solo concert; on Wednesday, he leads a band through the material on a great record by soulful South African bassist Johnny Dyani.
The searing 1973 trio record King Alcohol collides European aesthetics and the probing free jazz of New York’s peak “new thing” years.
Guitarist Tashi Dorji and drummer Tyler Damon both came to free improv through punk, and their unpredictable, energetic music still bears its mark.
Corbett vs. Dempsey continues to reissue overlooked, out-of-print treasures from the Hat Hut catalog.
Corbett vs. Dempsey reissues Jimmy Lyons’s great 1979 album Push Pull.
The three-piece will be recording a live record over the course of the month.
The great Norwegian label Rune Grammofon pays tribute to its predecessors.
A new collection of conversations with French jazz critic Gerard Rouy is packed with insights.
The New York pianist releases a fantastic new trio album
The Chicago jazz drummer embarks on a short tour with the Polish reedist in support of a strong new duo album.
Fiery sounds from the Swedish reedist dating back to 2000, with an accent on his deep Chicago connections
The Chicago reedist creates dynamic new arrangements for music composed by a longtime influence and cohort.
Chicago’s International Phonograph imprint has released a lavish reissue of the classic 1969 album Flight for Four.
Ken Vandermark, Mats Gustafsson, Peter Brötzmann, and Paal Nilssen-Love band together to sell their music direct to fans.