Magazine Tag Archive

Labilia: Music, Culture and Science, Placing the human being central.

As I’ve probably written in every single article, music is an incredible journey that can take us in unexpected places. Normally we discuss Jazz here but in this case,...

Sharon Matishoff, Jazz and Art

Based in Frankfort, Kentucky, Sharon Matisoff is an award-winning representational artist who paints in the Impressionism/Realism style. Matisoff has spent a lifetime painting a...

Cyrille Aimèe: Sondheim, Gypsies and what being alive means.

Grammy® nominated vocalist Cyrille Aimèe has been soaking up diverse, musical communities since an early age. Born in Samois-sur-Seine, in Fontainebleau, France – the same...

Ray Gelato: An Absolute Musician and Performer!

I have had the pleasure to see Ray Gelato play live many times and have met him personally on several occasions. We’ve often both agreed how lovely it would be to put together a...

Dave Holland: That’s how life works!

With a career spanning over five decades, Dave Holland is without a doubt one of the jazz world’s most acclaimed bassists and composers. Just prior to the lockdown, Darrell...

Jason Miles and a little ‘Black Magic’.

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

Miles Davis “Bitches Brew” – A brief look at the albums impact.

On 30 March, 1970 the jazz world was rocked with the release of Miles Davis’ album Bitches Brew. The album proved to be a huge commercial success selling well over a million...

ArtistShare: Brian Camelio speaks…

ArtistShare Records was founded in 2001 and is widely accredited as being the first online “Fan Funding” platform. Recently, I had the pleasure of speaking in-depth with...

Behind the Lens: William Ellis & OneLP

For this editions “Behind The Lens” feature we have departed from our usual format and feature a unique project from British photographer William Ellis titled “OneLP”. As...

Swing Master: The Abstract Truth of Sem van Gelder.

Welcome to the Vinyl Corner, a new column by Jazz Vinyl aficionado Jan Fritz. In each edition of the magazine, Jan will present interesting interviews, news and opinion and the...

A Great Day in Prague: 101 Czech Jazz Musicians

Since last year Prague has had posters everywhere reminding Czech citizens of the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution; “30 Years of Freedom,” state the posters showing a...