By Latin Jazz Network Renowned Violinist Alí Bello Premieres First Video From His New Album Inheritance. Read more here.
By Mac Randall, JazzTimes Track appears on Viento y Tiempo, the first joint album by the Grammy-winning pianist and vocalist. Check this premiere here.
“TO YOUR CONSTANT EMBRACE, THE CLOUD STREAM SWAYS” A New Dance & Music Film That Emphasizes The Oneness of What It Means To Be Human – Streaming March 7, 14 “To Your Constant Embrace, The Cloud Stream Sways” is a new dance and music film from the Michele Brangwen Dance Ensemble that speaks to our current … Read More
By Felix Contreras, NPR The pandemic may have shut down parts of the world, but that has not stopped musicians from an explosion of creativity. For our first new music blast of 2021, we hear from some Alt.Latino faves (Bomba Estéreo and Magos Herrera), as well as some new names and music you may not … Read More
By JazzTimes The track, featuring a Dave Liebman saxophone solo, is from the jazz orchestra’s most recent album The Rise Up. Check this video premiere here.
By Matt Micucci, JAZZIZ The Week in Jazz is your roundup of new and noteworthy stories from the jazz world. It’s a one-stop destination for the music news you need to know. Let’s take it from the top. Read more here.
By S. Victor Aaron, Something Else! The great Neil Young turned 75 last Thursday (November 12, 2020), and there’s a nice new Young cover out just in time for celebrating the occasion. See this premiere here.
By NPR In their first Manhattan meeting since January, pianist Andy Milne, bassist John Hébert and drummer Clarence Penn reconvened in the piano salon of Yamaha Artist Services. They perform tunes from their 2020 Sunnyside release The reMission. WBGO’s Greg Bryant interviews the artists midway through the performance. Watch this video here.
By JazzTimes JazzTimes is honored to present the video premiere of “Run Through America,” a new song by vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter Allan Harris. A contemporary protest song written in support of Black Lives Matter, it was originally prompted by the Georgia shooting of Ahmaud Arbery in February but also refers to various other examples … Read More
Christos Doukakis, Last Day Deaf Cool…Smooth…Chill. 5 tracks for your complete leisure, relief & enjoyment. Best enjoyed on weekend evenings. Ben Flocks – Shangri-La (cinematic jazz)