Jazz

Listen to Kamasi Washington’s blissful new 8-minute song ‘Sun Kissed Child’

The track appears on a new compilation EP called 'Liberated / Music for the Movement Vol. 3'

Sons of Kemet – ‘Black To The Future’ review: rage, resentment – and hope

This is the experimental jazz quartet's incendiary evocation of Black Lives Matter

One of Miles Davis’ final performances to be released as live album

'MERCI MILES!' documents the legend's performance at the 1991 Vienne Jazz Festival

‘The United States vs. Billie Holiday’ review: Andra Day does full justice to a musical genius

In her first lead role, Day shines as the legendary jazz singer under surveillance by the FBI

Influential jazz drummer Milford Graves has passed away at 79

Graves was a pioneer of the free jazz movement during the 1960s

Tony Bennett has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease

The 94-year-old singer has still managed to finish recording a second album of jazz standards with Lady Gaga

Pom Poko – ‘Cheater’ review: surrealist art-punk to blow away the lockdown woes

The Norwegian four-piece push their exploratory sound into even weirder places than before

‘Billie’ review: a rich yet heartbreaking documentary on all-time great Billie Holiday

This loving portrait sheds little new light on the star, but is compelling nonetheless

Ezra Collective share two new instrumental jazz tracks in support of Record Store Day

‘Samuel L Riddim’ and ‘Dark Side Riddim’ appear on the double A-side
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