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CD Review: Gianmarco Scaglia, Paul Wertico Quartet, Dynamics in meditation

Today marks the release of the new album by the Gianmarco Scaglia/Paul Wertico Quartet titled “Dynamic in meditation” (Challenge Records). The collaboration between the...

Filippo Cosentino: The art of Baritone Guitar

It could be said that Filippo Cosentino is one of the most polyhedral guitarists currently on the modern Italian scene. Firstly his background in Pop and Blues music gives him a...

Lunchtime Lockdowns – Wendy Kirkland

Welcome to our lunchtime lockdown series. Here at Jazz in Europe, we wanted to take some time and speak to artists in the Jazz industry, all across the world, about how life is...

Soulcrane | Another Step We Take.

Since the release of their debut album in 2017, Soulcrane has become a synonym for atmospheric chamber jazz of the highest level. The band formed around trumpet player Matthias...

CD Review: Nuphar Fey, Serenity Island.

Last week Israeli pianist Nuphar Fey released her new album titled “Serenity Island” on Belgium based Hypnote Records. Known for her crystal-like touch, use of...

Jason Miles and a little ‘Black Magic’.

Due to his adaptability in any musical situation he finds himself, Jason Miles is an artist that one could easily describe as a chameleon. While some may view this as a negative...

Op Ed. A Challenge to our industries “Free Thinkers”

This is an article I’ve been meaning to write for some time, however, like the rest of us we tend to focus on our own needs, commitments and dealing with the daily grind,...

Avishai Cohen’s Big Vicious

The melancholic elegance of previous recordings has been put aside for the newest project by Avishai Cohen (trumpeter). Big Vicious is the name of his new project and “Honey...

jazzahead! 2020 is cancelled.

Hans Peter Schneider, Managing Director of M3B GmbH, the parent company of MESSE BREMEN, explains why it has unfortunately proved necessary to make this decision:...

Gearbox announce previously-unreleased Don Cherry recordings.

In June 2020, London analogue specialists Gearbox Records will unearth yet another lost gem having just announced a 12″ of previously-unreleased material from Don Cherry for...

Jay McShann’s Paris All Star Band – Tribute To Charlie Parker

In June of 1989, Jay McShann led a true All-star band featuring many of the Jazz worlds most prominent musicians in a tribute to Charlie Parker. The concerts took place in Paris...

Rediscovered Monk recordings to be released on Record Store Day.

As one of the jazz worlds most iconic figures, Thelonious Monk needs no introduction. Largely self-taught, Monks unique style and persona cemented his position in the jazz lexicon...

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Kim Cypher ‘For My Mum’ Charity Gig featuring Ray Gelato.

Gig Review: Kim Cypher ‘For My Mum’ Charity concert with special guest Ray Gelato at Pizza Express, Soho, London. Monday night in London. Miserable, grey weather. An empty...

CD Review: Aaron Diehl’s “The Vagabond”

3 things need to be said straight away: Mack Avenue, piano, poetry. With these words, I hope I can give the readers a little insight into the world of “The Vagabond”: Aaron...

Jason Miles, Black Magic, CD Review

Today saw the release of the latest album titled “Black Magic” from Keyboardist and producer Jason Miles. Often described as a chameleon, largely due to his...

7 Virtual Jazz Club’s Contest 2019 Winners Announced!

The 7 Virtual Jazz Club is proud to announce the winners of the 2019 edition of the contest. A podium entirely of young talents Pros & Amateurs’ Category The jury prize...

CD Review – Wild Card | Beast from the East

A fixture on the London jazz scene for the last 12 years, Wild Card is essentially an organ trio, led by exiled Parisian guitarist Clément Régert. Hammond B3 player Andrew Noble...

Nilson Matta & Felipe Galganni – Samba Meets Jazz and more.

Recently we published a news item alerting our readers that in April this year, the Samba Meets Jazz Workshops, directed by Brazilian-born, Nilson Matta (bassist for, Trio da Paz,...

What is Truly Scandinavian Jazz? Jan Garbarek, for one…

Scandinavian jazz made a critical dent on the international scene in the late ‘60s with the release of “Electronic Sonata for Souls Loved by Nature,” recorded in Oslo on...

Black Sabbath exposed!

In the jazz media business, the one thing you can count on is the endless stream of press releases received daily in your inbox. Mostly the subject material is fairly run of the...

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