Hear the title track.
An affirmation that the Canadian jazz-prog group is the real deal.
The debut album by this UK seven-piece jazz collective is warm, inviting and exciting all at once.
The legendary label hosts an anniversary concert at Lincoln Center.
The California producer presents a fusion of jazz and electronic sounds entirely his own.
Hundreds of musicians are on the list.
Hear “Rubberband of Life,” featuring Ledisi.
Ahead of his 105th birthday, a starter’s kit of the jazz icon’s best offerings.
The Kendrick Lamar and Kamasi Washington collaborator introduces his new record with impeccable groove.
An album that sounds grand even in its most intimate moments.
The 1957 album will be expanded and pressed on vinyl for the 70th anniversary of its sessions.
An album that explores the tonal colors of minimalist composition.
The UK electronic/jazz outfit comes to the U.S. and Canada.
A unique jazz record that sometimes leaves the listener out of the equation.
An ambitious work of experimental, cinematic jazz.
A vision of future jazz from the Shabaka Hutchings-guided electro-jazz trio.
The former Dap-King taps into his native ancestry for a work of spiritual psychedelia.
Spoken word artist dead at 98.
The Sons of Kemet tuba player breaks out on his own with a set of grime- and bass-influenced grooves.
A “lost” recording from David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti has finally been released in all its strange, harrowing glory.