Julliard-trained bass and synth artist Joshua Crumbly made his second album, ForEverwith the help of drummer Jay Bellerose. Crumbly says the impetus behind this go-it-alone approach was inspired by Shahzad Ismaily, another impressive DIY electric bassist deeply entrenched in many fields of sound.

The music on ForEver achieves commendable range — a mixture of ambient and thoughtful grooves with a tinge of spookiness reminiscent of a Twin Peaks soundtrack. Multi-disciplinary artist and natural scientist Milford Graves left us too soon, well before we could appropriately acknowledge his creative genius.

Most of us knew Graves as a radical percussionist who strayed from predictive beat patterns. This exhibition will certainly showcase that in music, film, and photography, but will also delve into his other creative passions, such as martial arts, holistic medicine, and his scientific study of the human heart.

Artists Space. Piano firebrand Hiromi has responded to the pandemic with creative punches — look no further than her exuberant performance at the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics. Her resilience can also be found on Silver Lining Suitefeaturing a string quartet with jazz chops. The resulting ensemble, which she calls The Piano Quintet, is her vessel — a soaring starship that propels her piano heroics into the stratosphere. Hiromi will perform album-release shows at Sony Hall on Oct.

Silver Lining Suite comes out on Oct. Like many, Lederer had time for reflection in the summer of Not only are his eight melodies brilliantly recorded, but the compositions also reflect a multitude of emotions — flowing from a skillfully cohesive unit that realized the material mostly with first takes. The quartet features organist and pianist Jamie Saft, who engineered the album on the lawn of his recording studio, along with drummer Matt Wilson and bassist Steve Swallow.

Little i music. The noted trumpeter-composer Enrico Rava has also been a prolific mentor, helping to shape the sound of the modern Italian jazz scene.

Edizione Specialerecorded live at the Middelheim Festival in Antwerp, features an ensemble of gifted younger players, including Giovanni Guidi on piano, Francesco Bearzatti on tenor saxophone, and Francesco Diodati on guitar. Shadow Plays is a new solo piano recital by the inveterate searcher Craig Taborn, recorded in concert at the Konzerthaus in Vienna in March Judging by the sterling precedent set by Avenging Angel, an album in the same format from a decade ago, this will be a sonic experience both expansive in scope and interior in scale, with a deep spirit of inquiry.

For many listeners, the personnel in the Marcin Wasilewski Trio — Wasilewski on piano, Change Up - David Liebman Group - In A Mellow Tone (CD) Kurkiewicz on bass, Michal Miskiewicz on drums — first appeared on the radar as a rhythm section for their fellow Polish improviser, the late trumpeter Tomasz Stanko. In the 20 years since they began that association, the trio has ripened into its own sound. Earshot Jazz.

The Other Minds Festival has earned its reputation for ambitious programming in an experimental vein — and its 25th edition, rescheduled from Aprilis no exception. The fest is slated to take place in person, but also available as a livestream. Taube Atrium Theater, San Francisco. It would be almost impossible to trace all the lines of intersection between drummer Whit Dickey, bassist William Parker and pianist Matthew Shipp over the last 30 years.

Village Mothership is the first studio album since then to feature the three as a trio — now working as a collective, with a lot more mileage individually and in colloquy. TAO Forms. Their self-titled debut blends a mix of originals and standards, with Amirault contributing four of his own harmonious gems. Oct Odd Sound. A pianist originally from New Orleans and based for the last decade or so in New York, Nick Sanders favors a mode of flowing articulacy, blending state-of-the-art jazz techniques with a strong foundation in classical music.

His first solo piano album, Phantoms of Memoryfeatures compositions inspired by masters like Debussy, Prokofiev and Chopin. If the bassoon represents one of the last frontiers for improvised music, Sara Schoenbeck is our Lewis and our Clark. After distinguishing herself in a range of chamber-like settings, often with partners like pianists Wayne Horvitz and Robin Holcomb, she will step out this fall with Duos.

Along with the aforementioned, her partners in exploration include guitarist Nels Cline, bassist Mark Dresser, cellist Peggy Lee, and three unrelated Mitchells: Roscoe saxophoneNicole flute and Matt piano.

Last year the unerringly tasteful Venezuelan pianist Edward Simon acknowledged a personal milestone with 25 Yearsa compilation of tracks from across his career. Streams captures a first-time musical encounter between multi-reedist Yuma Uesaka and pianist Marilyn Crispell, packed with unexpected details and aglow with shared intuition. A Gift to Pops contains one of the most jubilant and varied celebrations of the music of Louis Armstrong.

Not all tribute albums should be treated equally. She samples at length from original sessions by the likes of Dinah Washington, Sarah Vaughan and Marlena Shaw — exploding that material into modern-day trap beats and deep house grooves. Quick aside: she sounds closer to Dinah Washington than anyone would have expected.

Freedom Now Suite. A player of often-dazzling capabilities on various stringed instruments, Gordon Grdina inaugurates his own label with two scintillating releases. Pendulum is a solo recital, incorporating musical languages both Arabic and European, for classical guitar and oud.

The high-octane sound of Cuban mambo is largely inseparable from the tradition of cultural exchange between Havana and New York. Flutist Nicole Mitchell, cellist Tomeka Reid and drummer Mike Reed made their first statement as Artifacts Trio inwith Artifactsan act of radical repertory in celebration of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians.

Astral Spirits. The arresting eight-track set opens with the primordial heartbeat of solo drums, setting the scene for the quintet Blake calls Pentad, with alto saxophonist Immanuel Wilkins, vibraphonist Joel Ross, pianist David Virelles and bassist Dezron Douglas. The music hits straight to the heart.

Tuba maestro Theon Cross is equally adept with a guttural growl, a brisk ostinato or a thrumming drone — a range that has been integral to the sound of the insurgent London scene, with Sons of Kemet and behind the likes of saxophonist Nubya Garcia.

Pianist Sylvie Courvoisier and guitarist Mary Halvorson have collaborated as a duo before, on a fine album, Crop Circles. But where that effort revolved around repurposed material, their second, Searching for the Disappeared Hourfeatures music composed expressly for the occasion. These three openminded musicians, active on the Brooklyn scene, released their first collective album a few years ago.

This music is hyperacute and superdynamic, with myriad strategies at play. Smoke Session s represents the realization of a dream for multi-instrumentalist Nicholas Payton.

Both Coleman and Carter appear on his new album, along with drummer Karriem Riggins — and together these four musicians display a comprehensive mastery of the Black American musical experience.

Its bluesy melody and buoyant rhythm foreshadow a program of originals and arrangements that provide the perfect common ground for this multi-generational band to shine brightly. As a beatmaker and sonic catalyst, Jamire Williams has made his mark alongside elders like Dr. Lonnie Smith as well as peers like Ben Williams. International Anthem. But their first tour of Japan, early inmatched their most blazing sounds with their most appreciative audiences, as we hear on a newly unearthed gem, First Flight to Tokyo: The Lost Recordings.

Alto saxophonist and composer Remy Le Boeuf scaled up his ambitions as an orchestrator a few years ago, creating the acclaimed album Assembly of Shadows. He expands on the concept with a dynamic follow-up, Architecture of Stormswhich vividly illustrates his creative breadth, including an affinity for atmospheric indie-rock.

Shipp is addressing the topic of what comes next with a combination of pulse, mystery, adventure, and the suggestion of infinity. When the pieces come to an end, they often suggest more questions. Sometimes the following piece gives an answer, sometimes not.

Codebreaker reveals new information on each successive listen. Tao Forms. Street of Dreams marks the 24th anniversary of the Bill Charlap Trio — their synergy instantly apparent when they formed in For Charlap, bassist Peter Washington and drummer Kenny Washington, this album feels like both a post-pandemic reunion and a nostalgia-inducing vignette of the old New York jazz scene — where you could walk into a smoke-filled club and pull an all-nighter listening to classics from the American songbook and beyond.

Multiphonics Music. The album, whose title references a canyon near his native Tucson, Ariz. Shadow Plays is a new solo piano recital by the inveterate searcher Craig Taborn, recorded in concert at the Konzerthaus in Vienna in March Judging by the sterling precedent set by Avenging Angel, an album in the same format from a decade ago, this will be a sonic experience both expansive in scope and interior in scale, with a deep spirit of inquiry.

For many listeners, the personnel in the Marcin Wasilewski Trio — Wasilewski on piano, Slawomir Kurkiewicz on bass, Michal Miskiewicz on drums — first appeared on the radar as a rhythm section for their fellow Polish improviser, the late trumpeter Tomasz Stanko. In the 20 years since they began that association, the trio has ripened into its own sound.

Earshot Jazz. The Other Minds Festival has earned its reputation for ambitious programming in an experimental vein — and its 25th edition, rescheduled from Aprilis no exception. The fest is slated to take place in person, but also available as a livestream.

Taube Atrium Theater, San Francisco. It would be almost impossible to trace all the lines of intersection between drummer Whit Dickey, bassist William Parker and pianist Matthew Shipp over the last 30 years.

Village Mothership is the first studio album since then to feature the three as a trio — now working as a collective, with a lot more mileage individually and in colloquy. TAO Forms. Their self-titled debut blends a mix of originals and standards, with Amirault contributing four of his own harmonious gems. Oct Odd Sound. A pianist originally from New Orleans and based for the last decade or so in New York, Nick Sanders favors a mode of flowing articulacy, blending state-of-the-art jazz techniques with a strong foundation in classical music.

His first solo piano album, Phantoms of Memoryfeatures compositions inspired by masters like Debussy, Prokofiev and Chopin. If the bassoon represents one of the last frontiers for improvised music, Sara Schoenbeck is our Lewis and our Clark. After distinguishing herself in a range of chamber-like settings, often with partners like pianists Wayne Horvitz and Robin Holcomb, she will step out this fall with Duos.

Along with the aforementioned, her partners in exploration include guitarist Nels Cline, bassist Mark Dresser, cellist Peggy Lee, and three unrelated Mitchells: Roscoe saxophoneNicole flute and Matt piano.

Last year the unerringly tasteful Venezuelan pianist Edward Simon acknowledged a personal milestone with 25 Yearsa compilation of tracks from across his career. Streams captures a first-time musical encounter between multi-reedist Yuma Uesaka and pianist Marilyn Crispell, packed with unexpected details and aglow with shared intuition.

A Gift to Pops contains one of the most jubilant and varied celebrations of the music of Louis Armstrong. Not all tribute albums should be treated equally. She samples at length from original sessions by the likes of Dinah Washington, Sarah Vaughan and Marlena Shaw — exploding that material into modern-day trap beats and deep house grooves.

Quick aside: she sounds closer to Dinah Washington than anyone would have expected. Freedom Now Suite. A player of often-dazzling capabilities on various stringed instruments, Gordon Grdina inaugurates his own label with two scintillating releases.

Pendulum is a solo recital, incorporating musical languages both Arabic and European, for classical guitar and oud. The high-octane sound of Cuban mambo is largely inseparable from the tradition of cultural exchange between Havana and New York.

Flutist Nicole Mitchell, cellist Tomeka Reid and drummer Mike Reed made their first statement as Artifacts Trio inwith Artifactsan act of radical repertory in celebration of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians. Astral Spirits. The arresting eight-track set opens with the primordial heartbeat of solo drums, setting the scene for the quintet Blake calls Pentad, with alto saxophonist Immanuel Wilkins, vibraphonist Joel Ross, pianist David Virelles and bassist Dezron Douglas.

The music hits straight to the heart. Tuba maestro Theon Cross is equally adept with a guttural growl, a brisk ostinato or a thrumming drone — a range that has been integral to the sound of the insurgent London scene, with Sons of Kemet and behind the likes of saxophonist Nubya Garcia. Pianist Sylvie Courvoisier and guitarist Mary Halvorson have collaborated as a duo before, on a fine album, Crop Circles.

But where that effort revolved around repurposed material, their second, Searching for the Disappeared Hourfeatures music composed expressly for the occasion. These three openminded musicians, active on the Brooklyn scene, released their first collective album a few years ago.

This music is hyperacute and superdynamic, with myriad strategies at play. Change Up - David Liebman Group - In A Mellow Tone (CD) Session s represents the realization of a dream for multi-instrumentalist Nicholas Payton. Both Coleman and Carter appear on his new album, along with drummer Karriem Riggins — and together these four musicians display a comprehensive mastery of the Black American musical experience.

Its bluesy melody and buoyant rhythm foreshadow a program of originals and arrangements that provide the perfect common ground for this multi-generational band to shine brightly. As a beatmaker and sonic catalyst, Jamire Williams has made his mark alongside elders like Dr. Lonnie Smith as well as peers like Ben Williams. International Anthem. But their first tour of Japan, early inmatched their most blazing sounds with their most appreciative audiences, as we hear on a newly unearthed gem, First Flight to Tokyo: The Lost Recordings.

Alto saxophonist and composer Remy Le Boeuf scaled up his ambitions as an orchestrator a few years ago, creating the acclaimed album Assembly of Shadows.

He expands on the concept with a dynamic follow-up, Architecture of Stormswhich vividly illustrates his creative breadth, including an affinity for atmospheric indie-rock. Shipp is addressing the topic of what comes next with a combination of pulse, mystery, adventure, and the suggestion of infinity.

When the pieces come to an end, they often suggest more questions. Sometimes the following piece gives an answer, sometimes not. Codebreaker reveals new information on each successive listen. Tao Forms. Street of Dreams marks the 24th anniversary of the Bill Charlap Trio — their synergy instantly apparent when they formed in For Charlap, bassist Peter Washington and drummer Kenny Washington, this album feels like both a post-pandemic reunion and a nostalgia-inducing vignette of the old New York jazz scene — where you could walk into a smoke-filled club and pull an all-nighter listening to classics from the American songbook and beyond.

Multiphonics Music. The album, whose title references a canyon near his native Tucson, Ariz. More than two decades later, Malaby has an expansive track record as a solo artist, and his Sabino quartet has changed personnel just slightly, swapping Ben Monder in on guitar.

Its next album is sure to be a step forward. Shows, festivals, concerts, even recording sessions all came to a screeching halt, leaving many to wonder how they would provide for themselves and their families. This top-flight German ensemble originally set about making the music on Bird Lives for a Charlie Parker centennial concert last year. A pandemic delay thwarted that plan, but also gave a pair of co-arrangers — Swedish saxophonist Magnus Lindgren and American pianist John Beasley — more time to steep their ambitions.

Frederick P. Rose Hall, the home of Jazz at Lincoln Centerwent dark along with the rest of New York City in the spring of — but the organization and its artistic director, Wynton Marsalis, kept the pilot light on. Rose Hall. The beat scientist and bandleader has made a career out of taking recorded improvised music and chopping it up to create entirely new compositions. Head nodding: guaranteed. Pianist and South African jazz guru Abdullah Ibrahim proved his enduring vitality as a composer-bandleader as recently aswhen he released an acclaimed album titled The Balance.

With his latest, Solotudehe returns to the format that has been a calling card for well over 50 years — at least since Reflections, which he recorded in Pianist Oscar Peterson — whose trio helped cement him as the preeminent shredder on the keys in the s — leveled up to a touring quartet at the end of the s. Search Query Show Search. Show Search Search Query. Play Live Radio. Next Up:.

Available On Air Stations. Silver Lining Suite comes out on Oct. Like many, Lederer had time for reflection in the summer of Not only are his eight melodies brilliantly recorded, but the compositions also reflect a multitude of emotions — flowing from a skillfully cohesive unit that realized the material mostly with first takes.

The quartet features organist and pianist Jamie Saft, who engineered the album on the lawn of his recording studio, along with drummer Matt Wilson and bassist Steve Swallow. Little i music. The noted trumpeter-composer Enrico Rava has also been a prolific mentor, helping to shape the sound of the modern Italian jazz scene. Edizione Speciale Change Up - David Liebman Group - In A Mellow Tone (CD), recorded live at the Middelheim Festival in Antwerp, features an ensemble of gifted younger players, including Giovanni Guidi on piano, Francesco Bearzatti on tenor saxophone, and Francesco Diodati on guitar.

Shadow Plays is a new solo piano recital by the inveterate searcher Craig Taborn, recorded in concert at the Konzerthaus in Vienna in March Judging by the sterling precedent set by Avenging Angel, an album in the same format from a decade ago, this will be a sonic experience both expansive in scope and interior in scale, with a deep spirit of inquiry.

For many listeners, the personnel in the Marcin Wasilewski Trio — Wasilewski on piano, Slawomir Kurkiewicz on bass, Michal Change Up - David Liebman Group - In A Mellow Tone (CD) on drums — first appeared on the radar as a rhythm section for their fellow Polish improviser, the late trumpeter Tomasz Stanko.

In the 20 years since they began that association, the trio has ripened into its own sound. Earshot Jazz. The Other Minds Festival has earned its reputation for ambitious programming in an experimental vein — and its 25th edition, rescheduled from Aprilis no exception.

The fest is slated to take place in person, but also available as a livestream. Taube Atrium Theater, San Francisco. It would be almost impossible to trace all the lines of intersection between drummer Whit Dickey, bassist William Parker and pianist Matthew Shipp over the last 30 years. Village Mothership is the first studio album since then to feature the three as a trio — now working as a collective, with a lot more mileage individually and in colloquy. TAO Forms. Their self-titled debut blends a mix of originals and standards, with Amirault contributing four of his own harmonious gems.

Oct Odd Sound. A pianist originally from New Orleans and based for the last decade or so Change Up - David Liebman Group - In A Mellow Tone (CD) New York, Nick Sanders favors a mode of flowing articulacy, blending state-of-the-art jazz techniques with a strong foundation in classical music. His first solo piano album, Phantoms of Memoryfeatures compositions inspired by masters like Debussy, Prokofiev and Chopin.

If the bassoon represents one of the last frontiers for improvised music, Sara Schoenbeck is our Lewis and our Clark. After distinguishing herself in a range of chamber-like settings, often with partners like pianists Wayne Horvitz and Robin Holcomb, she will step out this fall with Duos.

Along with the aforementioned, her partners in exploration include guitarist Nels Cline, bassist Mark Dresser, cellist Peggy Lee, and three unrelated Mitchells: Roscoe saxophoneNicole flute and Matt piano. Last year the unerringly tasteful Venezuelan pianist Edward Simon acknowledged a personal milestone with 25 Yearsa compilation of tracks from across his career. Streams captures a first-time musical encounter between multi-reedist Yuma Uesaka and pianist Marilyn Crispell, packed with unexpected details and aglow with shared intuition.

A Gift to Pops contains one of the most jubilant and varied celebrations of the music of Louis Armstrong. Not all tribute albums should be treated equally. She samples at length from original sessions by the likes of Dinah Washington, Sarah Vaughan and Marlena Shaw — exploding that material into modern-day trap beats and deep house grooves. Quick aside: she sounds closer to Dinah Washington than anyone would have expected. Freedom Now Suite. A player of often-dazzling capabilities on various stringed instruments, Gordon Grdina inaugurates his own label with two scintillating releases.

Pendulum is a solo recital, incorporating musical languages both Arabic and European, for classical guitar and oud. The high-octane sound of Cuban mambo is largely inseparable from the tradition of cultural exchange between Havana and New York. Flutist Nicole Mitchell, cellist Tomeka Reid and drummer Mike Reed made their first statement as Artifacts Trio inwith Artifactsan act of radical repertory in celebration of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians.

Astral Spirits. The arresting eight-track set opens with the primordial heartbeat of solo drums, setting the scene for the quintet Blake calls Pentad, with alto saxophonist Immanuel Wilkins, vibraphonist Joel Ross, pianist David Virelles and bassist Dezron Douglas.

The music hits straight to the heart. Tuba maestro Theon Cross is equally adept with a guttural growl, a brisk ostinato or a thrumming drone — a range that has been integral to the sound of the insurgent London scene, with Sons of Kemet and behind the likes of saxophonist Nubya Garcia. Pianist Sylvie Courvoisier and guitarist Mary Halvorson have collaborated as a duo before, on a fine album, Crop Circles.

But where that effort revolved around repurposed material, their second, Searching for the Disappeared Hourfeatures music composed expressly for the occasion.

These three openminded musicians, active on the Brooklyn scene, released their first collective album a few years ago. This music is hyperacute and superdynamic, with myriad strategies at play. Smoke Session s represents the realization of a dream for multi-instrumentalist Nicholas Payton. Both Coleman and Carter appear on his new album, along with drummer Karriem Riggins — and together these four musicians display a comprehensive mastery of the Black American musical experience.

Its bluesy melody and buoyant rhythm foreshadow a program of originals and arrangements that provide the perfect common ground for this multi-generational band to shine brightly.

As a beatmaker and sonic catalyst, Jamire Williams has made his mark alongside elders like Dr. Lonnie Smith as well as peers like Ben Williams. International Anthem. But their first tour of Japan, early inmatched their most blazing sounds with their most appreciative audiences, as we hear on a newly unearthed gem, First Flight to Tokyo: The Lost Recordings.

Alto saxophonist and composer Remy Le Boeuf scaled up his ambitions as an orchestrator a few years ago, creating the acclaimed album Assembly of Shadows. He expands on the concept with a dynamic follow-up, Architecture of Stormswhich vividly illustrates his creative breadth, including an affinity for atmospheric indie-rock.

Shipp is addressing the topic of what comes next with a combination of pulse, mystery, adventure, and the suggestion of infinity. When the pieces come to an end, they often suggest more questions. Sometimes the following piece gives an answer, sometimes not. Codebreaker reveals new information on each successive listen. Tao Forms. Street of Dreams marks the 24th anniversary of the Bill Charlap Trio — their synergy instantly apparent when they formed in For Charlap, bassist Peter Washington and drummer Kenny Washington, this album feels like both a post-pandemic reunion and a nostalgia-inducing vignette of the old New York jazz scene — where you could walk into a smoke-filled club and pull an all-nighter listening to classics from the American songbook and beyond.

Multiphonics Music. The album, whose title references a canyon near his native Tucson, Ariz. More than two decades later, Malaby has an expansive track record as a solo artist, and his Sabino quartet has changed personnel just slightly, swapping Ben Monder in on guitar. Its next album is sure to be a step forward. Shows, festivals, concerts, even recording sessions all came to a screeching halt, leaving many to wonder how they would provide for themselves and their families.

This top-flight German ensemble originally set about making the music on Bird Lives for a Charlie Parker centennial concert last year. A pandemic delay thwarted that plan, but also gave a pair of co-arrangers — Swedish saxophonist Magnus Lindgren and American pianist John Beasley — more time to steep their ambitions.

Frederick P. Rose Hall, the home of Jazz at Lincoln Centerwent dark along with the rest of New York City in the spring of — but the organization and its artistic director, Wynton Marsalis, kept the pilot light on.

Rose Hall. The beat scientist and bandleader has made a career out of taking recorded improvised music and chopping it up to create entirely new compositions.

Head nodding: guaranteed. Pianist and South African jazz guru Abdullah Ibrahim proved his enduring vitality as a composer-bandleader as recently aswhen he released an acclaimed album titled The Balance.

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