Half-Japanese and half-New Zealander, Mark de Clive-Lowe was initially invested in electro club culture before becoming a jazz musician. He finds multiple artistic voices with his new album, Heritage. We caught up with him in New York at the Winter Jazz Fest, January 2019.
With soul, jazz, blues, orchestral and hip-hop winners, the 2019 Grammy Awards reflected a fantastic year for the music we love.
Once again, we are left to measure just how resistant these superb melodies are to experimentation.
22a founder and flautist Tenderlonious has joined up with his group Ruby Rushton to release a teaser track for their upcoming album.
The young virtuoso continues to tread new ground in the jazz world, trailblazing a path that clears the way for others to follow. The March 22 release of his new album, Ancestral Recall, will be hotly anticipated.
Angel Bat Dawid is the next talented artist to emerge from Chicago’s experimental jazz scene.
The raw and innovative saxophonist gives a one-of-a-kind interview alongside bandleader Thomas Sayers Ellis. Speaking with Qwest, they reflect on the power and purpose of their celebrated collective, the nature of avant-garde expression and its place within modern American society.
During the decade he spent in Paris, saxophonist Nathan Davis became a pillar of its jazz scene. Sam Records just released exclusive live sessions that he recorded with pianist George Arvanitas in 1966/67.