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  • Jazz review: Various artists: Oscar, With Love 02.16.18

    These tribute recordings show Oscar Peterson to be more of a romantic balladeer than his reputation for high-octane swinging might suggest. Give this intriguing set a listen and you many never hear Peterson in quite the same way again.

  • JULIAN LAGE IMPARTS NEW JAZZ LP ‘MODERN LORE’ 02.13.18

    The album is a rhythmic journey. Each track contains something different, sometimes drastically so; but the twang of his Telecaster remains a constant that is pleasing to listen to. Lage really loves to play that electric guitar. 

  • Julian Lage: Modern Lore [All About Jazz] 02.12.18

    "This music, as with the entire body of work by the guitarist to whom it's credited, holds the potential for consistently rewarding listening over an unusually extended period of time."

  • Q&A with Alfredo Rodríguez: Global References 02.10.18

    “I’m very happy to be in this country, because the United States has so many opportunities,” Rodríguez said. “The Little Dream comes from me wanting to provide inspiration to children. I believe that children are the hope for the world."

  • Julian Lage: Modern Lore Review [Paste] 02.09.18

    When he takes the lead, as he does on Modern Lore his new trio album recorded with drummer Kenny Wollesen and bassist Scott Colley, Julian Lage gives the many sides of his musical personality a turn in the spotlight.

  • Cecile McLorin Salvant: Race, sex and all that jazz 02.05.18

    The elegant swoops from high to low are pure Ella Fitzgerald. The undercurrent of rage and sorrow recalls Billie Holiday. Her low notes channel the raw blues moan of Bessie Smith. And Sarah Vaughan's sassy spirit haunts her high notes.

  • New Music by Christian Sands, Walter Smith III, Kneebody and More, in Take Five 02.05.18

    "Last year, pianist Christian Sands released an album aptly titled Reach. Among other things, it was a demonstration of that very idea, showcasing Sands’ flexibilities of intention and style.”- WBGO

  • JULIAN LAGE’S MODERN LORE 02.04.18

    GUITARIST JULIAN LAGE HAS SPENT THE GREATER PART OF HIS CAREER FOCUSING ON DEEP ROOTED RELATIONSHIPS WITH ARTISTS IN ORDER TO CREATE A PERSONAL BODY OF WORK.

  • Review: MONK’estra shows why Monk’s music thrives 01.28.18

    “...Beasley’s arrangements in some cases apply funk, electronic and other seemingly anachronistic influences to Monk’s music, as if pushing this repertoire to a stylistic breaking point.”- Chicago Tribune

  • From Morrison to Monk, a weekend of tantalizing music 01.25.18

    John Beasley’s MONK’estra refracts Monk’s music through an orchestral perspective, though, as Beasley has said, “it’s not your grandfather’s big band.” The arrangements are edgy, rhythmically volatile, and stylistically wide-ranging.

  • Cécile McLorin Salvant Soars at the Village Vanguard 01.24.18

    “I see them as little passageways or little remarks on what just happened,” she says. “Most of the songs I wrote were reactions to the standards on the album.”

  • Raul Midón Is Bad-A**, Blind & A 2018 GRAMMY Nominee 01.14.18

    The greatest musicians are superlative because they are authentic. They do their own thing. They take the elements of music, art and culture that move them and spin it all into something new, along the way developing an artistic vision that is unique and unwavering.