Monday, February 17, 2020
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Jeff Ballard profile

Hear Jeff Ballard’s new release “The Man’s Gone”

The inventive track is off his upcoming album, ‘Fairgrounds.’
Brandon Coleman, "Walk Free" MV

Brandon Coleman’s “Walk Free” MV tells a love story in space

Taken from his recent album, ‘Resistance.’
Joe Lovano makes bandleader debut on ECM Records with Trio Tapestry

Joe Lovano makes bandleader debut with Trio Tapestry

Their eponymous album is out next month on ECM Records.
Sunwatchers, "Beautiful Crystals"

Sunwatchers release the riotous “Beautiful Crystals”

From their forthcoming album, ‘Illegal Moves,’ due out in February.
Hot 8 Brass Band, "Give Me the Night"

Hear the Hot 8 Brass Band cover George Benson

“Give Me the Night” appears on a forthcoming EP of covers.
Nancy Wilson performing at the 18th Berks Jazz Festival in Reading, PA in 2008

Nancy Wilson dead at 81

The pop, R&B and hip hop worlds are in mourning.
Theon Cross performing with Sons of Kemet at 2018 New York Winter Jazz Festival

Sons of Kemet’s Theon Cross releases new solo track

“Panda Village” was recorded with Moses Boyd and Nubya Garcia.
Dewa Budjana, 'Mahandini'

Dewa Budjana releases new album, ‘Mahandini’

With contributions from John Frusciante and Jordan Rudess.
Jeff Majors performing at the Peoples' Inaugural Project Prayer Breakfast in Washington DC in 2009

‘For Us All (Yoka Boka)’ by Jeff Majors to get vinyl reissue

You can now get your hands on a copy of the rare spiritual jazz LP.
Kamaal Williams, 'Nights in Paris'

Hear “Snitches Brew” by Kamaal Williams

No prizes for getting the Miles Davis reference.

Trending now 👍

Tom Misch Yusseff Dayes What Kinda Music

Tom Misch, Yussef Dayes tease ‘What Kinda Music’ with title track

The collaboration arrived with a trippy video.

Kvelertak let it rip on new album, ‘Splid’

Another freewheeling addition to the Norwegian band’s discography.
Tinashe Save Room For Us music video Songs For You

Tinashe shows off her dance chops in “Save Room for Us” video

The latest visual from ‘Songs for You.’
Tyler the Creator Okra

Tyler, the Creator says he’s “open” to an Odd Future reunion

But he also thinks that “everyone is kinda past that.”

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