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Playlist for the Week of February 26, 2018

Peter Kuhn – Dependent Origination (FMR, 2017) Manas (Thom Nguyen, Tashi Dorji) – self-titled (Feeding Tube, 2015) Various – Exquisite Corpses from the Bunker (Heartpunch, 1988) James Brandon Lewis-Chad Taylor Duo – Radiant Imprints (Off, 2018)

Playlist for the Week of February 19, 2018

Quin Kirshner – The Other Side of Time (Astral Spirits, 2017) [vinyl] Rempis/Piet/Daisy – Throw Tomatoes (Astral Spirits, 2017) [cassette] Gibran Andrade Quartet – Puente (self-released, 2017) Sam Weinberg – Liar’s Loosh (Renfusa, 2017) [cassette] Tashi Dorji & Shane Parish – Expecting (MIE, 2016) [vinyl] Muyassar Kurdi & Nicholas Jozwiak – Intersections & Variations (Astral Spirits, 2017) [cassette] William Hooker Trio


Editor Cisco Bradley – Associate professor of history at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. Bradley founded Jazz Right Now in 2013 with the explicit goal of highlighting younger artists while also building an archive for the music. Growing up near Madison, Wisconsin, he only occasionally got to hear creative music before discovering the Chicago scene. He

Playlist for the Week of February 12, 2018

Ava Mendoza – Unnatural Ways (New Atlantis, 2014) [vinyl] SK Kakraba – Songs of Paapieye (Awesome Tapes from Africa, 2015) [vinyl] Gibran Andrade – Enterrado (Dorados Pantanos, 2017) [cassette] Tony Irving & Massimo Magee – The Fog (Astral Spirits, 2017) [cassette]

Playlist for Week of February 5, 2018

Harris Eisenstadt – Woodblock Prints (No Business, 2010) [vinyl] Bennett/Welcome/Weinberg – self-titled (Renfusa, 2017) [cassette] Paula Shocron, German Lamonega, Pablo Diaz – Tensegridad (Hat Hut, 2017) Harris Eisenstadt – Whatever Will Happen That Will Also Be (No Business, 2017) Satoko Fujii Orchestra New York – Fukushima (Libra, 2017)

Op-Ed: A Feminist Urge Is Driving the Shape of Jazz to Come

Written By Hillary Donnell There is something about jazz that embodies the vanguard of a revolution that has yet to come. “The music itself is about manifesting the unknown,” said Esperanza Spading at a panel on Gender and Jazz held at the New School as a part of Winter Jazz Fest held in New York

Playlist for the Week of January 22, 2018

Billington/Shippy/Wyche – self-titled (Astral Spirits, 2017) [cassette] Matthew Lux’s Communication Arts Quartet – Contra/Fact (Astral Spirits, 2017) [cassette] Arriongton De Dionyso & Ted Byrnes – The Ballot or the Bullet (Astral Spirits, 2017) [cassette] Rodenticide – self-titled (Self Sabotage, 2017) [vinyl] Farmers by Nature – Love and Ghosts (AUM Fidelity, 2014) Nakatani/Kawabata/Chou – Perigee (Astral Spirits, 2017) [cassette] Clifford

VAX Dispatch

VAX Dispatch, No. Three-Hundred thirty vax if you delve into the twisted underbranches of the brooklyn historical society archive you can confront yourself with cisco bradley’s VAXterview. shoveling the dust off a couple other old blogs, you will sniff the persistent remnant vapors of evidence of past brilliance and you should see the look on

Playlist for the Week of January 8, 2018

Chain (Yedo Gibson, Hernani Faustino, Vasco Trilla) – self-titled (No Business, 2017) Mark Dresser – Modicana (No Business, 2017) Liudas Mockunas – Hydro (No Business, 2017) Archie Shepp Quartet – Parisian Concert, vol. 1 (Impro, 1977) [vinyl] Archie Shepp Quartet – Parisian Concert, vol. 2 (Impro, 1977) [vinyl] Frank Wright Trio – self-titled (ESP-Disk, 1965) [vinyl] Ornette Coleman – The


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