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Julia Biel – Black and White, Vol. 1 (Rokit Records/Ankhtone Records RKT060/AKH005CD. CD review by Adrian Pallant) Where to categorise  ..read more

John Ghost – Airships Are Organisms (SDBANUCD11. CD review by Dick Hovenga*) Flemish sextet John Ghost deserves all of our attention. ..read more

Kamasi Washington (Kings Theatre, Brooklyn. 20 February 2020. Review by Dan Bergsagel) It has probably been five years since Kamasi ..read more

Scottish National Jazz Orchestra with Niall Greig Fulton – Planet Wave (Queens Hall Edinburgh, 21 February 2020. Review by Mark McKergow ..read more

Mary James writes:  The fourth Zbigniew Seifert International Jazz Violin Competition will be held in Lusławice, Poland, from 7-10 July ..read more

Bram De Looze – Colour Talk (SDBAN Ultra. CD review by Dick Hovenga*) With a new Pentadox album out and the release of Colour Talk, a ..read more

Piece for Noah Preminger Quintet (Smalls, NYC. 19 February 2020. Review by Dan Bergsagel) Noah Preminger, the much vaunted tenor player, is ..read more
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Tineke Postma – Freya (Edition Records. EDN1150. CD Review by Graham Spry) Tineke Postma is a Dutch alto and soprano saxophonist of the ..read more

Jim Hart and Ivo Neame –  Multiverse (Edition Records EDN1147. CD Review by Peter Jones) Multiverse has taken a while to come out. Ivo ..read more

Sebastian writes:  Photographer Monika Jakubowska was down at the 606 taking pictures of the quintet of Toku (vocals and flugelhorn), Tim ..read more

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