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Something New: Incantation with Emma Rawicz

Welcome to the fourth interview in our Women in Jazz Media series ‘Something New with Esther Bennett’. Exploring new albums through conversation directly with the artist to...

Sounds of Denmark return to the UK.

Back by popular demand, Sounds of Denmark returns to the UK after a two-year hiatus for its fifth incarnation, presenting a snapshot of one of Europe’s most vibrant jazz scenes....

Manhattan Transfer announce forthcoming album and a final world tour.

Legendary vocal group The Manhattan Transfer celebrates their Golden Anniversary with forthcoming album Fifty and a final world tour. The 10-track set finds the best-selling act...

CD Review: Denis Gäbel, The Mingus Sessions

Last month Mons Records released German saxophonist Denis Gäbel’s latest album titled the “Mingus Sessions”. As the title suggests, the album is dedicated to the music of...

Festival Review: Odysseus 2022, Helsinki

Featured Image: Hailu Mergia photo by Minna Hatinen A tiny windswept island outside Helsinki is the backdrop for the second Odysseus festival. This intimate weekend affair is...

Jazz re:freshed Weekly returns after three-year hiatus.

Jazz re:freshed Weekly, the acclaimed live series which shines a light on emerging talent from the UK jazz scene, will make a much-anticipated return this autumn after a...

Ukrainian festival, Jazz on the Dnipro moves to Szczecin

The show must go on: Szczecin Jazz Festival presents tribute to Jazz on the Dnipro Festival. In a unique collaboration between Szczecin Jazz and Jazz on the Dnipro Festival,...

Natalie Greffel: The True Art of Curation

Award-winning recording artist, instrumentalist, composer and arranger Natalie Greffel has just added a significant achievement to her already inspired portfolio – curator...

Album Review: Gianni Gebbia Magnetic Trio, live at Sicilia Jazz Festival 2022.

Recently I had the pleasure of attending the 2nd edition of the Sicilia Jazz Festival in Palermo. As often happens when attending a festival some of the most exciting performances...

Al Foster reflects on a lifetime of encounters with jazz icons.

Approaching 80 years of age is occasion enough for anyone to take a moment and look back on a life well lived. For revered drummer Al Foster, those eight decades have been more...

Camille Thurman: Breaking Barriers.

Artists like Camille Thurman don’t come along all that often. We often speak of the Jazz greats, the heroes, the trail blazers but we rarely see a legend developing in front of...