By Morgan Enos, JazzTimes
We know what you’re thinking: Oh, great, here come the pandemic albums. Those who didn’t merely dump their offerings on Bandcamp during the initial wave, the artists who actually paid for a publicist and a pressing plant, are just now putting out their quarantine music. But if any COVID releases endure, it’ll most likely be because they tapped into the good things about the lockdown: family, quietude, and new connections. Luckily, Champian Fulton—a leading light in vocal jazz—understands that most quarantine albums suck. With that in mind, she decided to make a (gasp!) good one. Read more here.