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Music Review: Zlatko Kaučič and Agusti Fernández – ‘Sonic Party’

Sonic Party

'Sonic Party' is a recording that expands the borders of improvisational music and freestyle jazz. Read More »

Music Review: Mark Weinstein – ‘Latin Jazz Underground’

Mark Weinstein

In a sense what you get on 'Latin Jazz Underground' is free jazz-lite. Read More »

Music Reviews: Ivo Perelman – ‘Two Men Walking,’ ‘Book of Sound,’ ‘The Other Edge’

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Ivo Perelman continues to push jazz boundaries. Read More »

Music Review: James Brandon Lewis – ‘Divine Travels’


'Divine Travels' uses free jazz to take listeners on a spiritual journey. Read More »

Music Review: Rich Rosenthal – ‘Falling Up’

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Falling Up is free jazz with a bite. Read More »

Music Review: David Helbock’s Random/Control – ‘Think of Two’


Helbock's trio plays jazz for the adventurous music lover. Read More »

Music Review: Ayman Fanous and Jason Kao Hwang – ‘Zilzal’


An album of free jazz with music that reflects the earthquake of its Arabic title. Read More »

Music Review: John Coltrane – ‘Afro Blue Impressions’ [Remastered & Expanded 2-CD Set]

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Coltrane's legendary live album catches him in a very settled stage in his career, and while not for the faint-hearted, it's a good introduction to his music. Read More »

Music Review: OWL Trio – ‘OWL Trio’


OWL Trio debuts with a winner. Read More »

Music Review: Christopher Alpiar Quartet – The Jazz Expression

Christopher Alpiar Quartet's The Jazz Expression is free jazz with a lighter touch. Read More »