The two bandleaders team up on a relaxed and effortlessly creative quartet album of winsome folk-jazz.
An exuberant road trip of an album cross-pollinated with Latin and New Orleans grooves, klezmer harmonies, and far-eyed jazz modalism.
The Chicago ensemble led by Damon Locks weds poetry to prewar African-American gospel, spiritual jazz, and politics into a sublime whole.
The saxophonist pays homage to his late mother, balancing moments of ruminative sadness with buoyant evocations of joy.
Enveloping Luaka Bop debut from the Danish instrumental duo that begs to be listened to in one sitting.
The dynamic solo debut from saxophonist Krock that plays like a small group version of his Big Heart Machine big-band album.
Composer Patrick Zimmerli's engaging, hybridized jazz and classical suite features saxophonist Joshua and chamber ensemble Brooklyn Rider.
The Brazilian-born, Colorado-based pianist's second album of harmonically sophisticated jazz.
A culturally aware, musically expansive dreamscape of an album from the New Orleans-born trumpeter.
The jazz pianist's engaging debut balances post-bop harmonies with a soulful gospel warmth and contemporary classical sophistication.
A deeply engaging, often playful live concert featuring the former Bad Plus pianist's quartet and trumpeter Tom Harrell.
On the eve of her 40th birthday, the virtuoso pianist surveys what she's learned and integrated into her music over the last decade.
A warmly intimate, yet still harmonically expansive debut from the Israeli-born jazz guitarist.
An enveloping, nocturnal third album from the Israeli jazz trumpeter, further exploring his post-bop, Sephardic, and North African influences.
The Detroit saxophonist and his organ trio offer soul-jazz reworkings of Django Reinhardt songs on this ebullient live concert.
The award-winning jazz vocalist offers an ebullient, deeply soulful sophomore album.
A warmly evocative album inspired by the work of French sculptor Auguste Rodin.
A dusky, sophisticated album from the saxophonist influenced by his father's struggle with Parkinson's disease.
A richly atmospheric set featuring the saxophonist's trio with pianist Marilyn Crispell and drummer Carmen Castaldi.
An engaging live performance featuring the two jazz masters recorded in Italy in 2018.
The organist/trumpeter is joined by Pharoah Sanders on a quartet album that evokes the spiritual jazz movement of the late 1960s.
The bandleader's second album of joyous, soulful jazz recorded during his 2018 residency at the Village Vanguard.
Cut at Wilco's studio with bassist Jorge Roeder and the Bad Plus' Dave King, this killer set of mostly covers traverses rock, jazz, country, and pop.
The Los Angeles jazz outfit collaborates with several vocalists on this accessible, yet still boundary-pushing outing.
The veteran musician's solo double bass project is remarkably accessible with its diversity, ambition, and direct, accessible approach.
This hour-plus live encounter is imaginative, poetic, and far reaching in both communication and discovery.
Utilizing a new band, the artist digs further into her family's history, and American and cultural mythology, delivering a necessary entry in her large project.
A beautiful, beguiling album with an almost spiritual grace, by three players at the top of their game.
With a Hammond B-3 organist added to her distinctive quartet, the saxophonist explores a spiritual intersection between modal jazz and African polyrhythms.
An earthy debut from the London jazz group that sounds like a mix of the Jazz Messengers and Hugh Masekela.
The conguero's first album in seven years is a masterful tribute to the influence of saxophonist John Coltrane on his own career.
The jubilant soundtrack to the Preservation Hall Jazz Band's tour documentary film of Cuba.
Evocative third ECM date from the trumpeter, and first to feature his This Against That group with saxophonist Ravi Coltrane.
A cinematic blend of funky grooves that marry '80s new age flow with earthy blues-rock riffage and contemporary jazz sophistication.
With his longtime rhythm section and pianist Craig Taborn, the saxophonist urgently revisits his own compositions, his peers', and Autechre's.
A dynamic live tribute to Coltrane recorded by the Bay Area saxophonist and his quartet.
Showcasing her new band, the drummer offers many articulations of modern jazz as they intersect with topical protest and pop culture.
On its first studio recording in 15 years, the ensemble and friends declare that their creative ethos will be carried forward into a sixth decade.
Here the trio provides ample, canny evidence that they are a fully integrated persona whose collective heart is full of jazz imagination.
On its Impulse! debut, the the U.K.'s futurist trio create an evolutionary new jazz music from traditions past and present.
A cosmic fusion of jazz, electronic traditions, hip-hop, and R&B inform the trumpeter's elevated fifth album.
The Baltimore bass clarinetist offers a textured mix of trio and quartet performances.
The second offering by this all-star quartet crisscrosses jazz styles and traditions while remaining exceptionally accessible.
The trumpeter collaborates with his younger band, as well as veteran drummer Lenny White, on this expansive set.
With two bands comprised of longtime associates, the drummer and composer illustrates a union of free jazz players past and present.
Accompanied by more than 30 players, the British-Bahraini composer and instrumentalist delivers a tribute suite to iconic women.
A lyrical, deeply rhapsodic duo collaboration between trumpeter Avishai Cohen and pianist Yonathan Avishai.