This loose, improvisational session from Ruban Nielson and company is a complete 180 from their last effort.
A 21-year history of one of the greatest players in the history of jazz.
A breathtaking blend of jazz and downtempo sounds.
The jazz legend playing North and South America, plus Kuwait City.
The spiritual jazz classic has been reissued.
An introductory guide to the iconic jazz imprint.
Hear the track “Woodcutters from Fiery Ships.”
The Australian group reconfigures a recent single into a stellar odyssey.
An all-star team of jazz musicians edited into breaks and loops, with hypnotic results.
Ahead of the release of a rare Mingus recording, Abdullah discusses the jazz legend’s legacy and the discovery of the tapes.
Kamasi Washington collaborator brings out a big slab of electro funk.
The Australian electronic fusion band carries an exploratory looseness that makes their latest so exciting.
A newly unearthed session from 1963 finds Coltrane’s quartet in top form.
On his second sprawling set of music, Washington balances warmth and ambition, concept and soul.
Watch Kamasi take on a challenger in the new clip.
Hear a distorted, intense new track from the collective’s new album.
Both Directions At Once due for release on June 29.
Hear another new jam from the upcoming Heaven and Earth.
A funky, loose follow-up to Yussef Kamaal’s sole jazz-funk offering.
A contemporary update from a jazz legend that feels like a broadcast from the cosmos.