To celebrate their new album, The Dots, the band introduces us to the South London scene.
Morgan Enos (Other Houses) examines John Coltrane’s Coltrane ‘58 and reflects on his jazz-obsessed youth.
The Swiss duo share some of the Brazilian funk, fusion, and acid jazz tracks that inspire them.
The musician compares two versions of one Holiday song.
Robyn Hitchcock, David J. (Bauhaus), Domenic Palermo (Nothing) and more reflect on a legend.
Tom Maxwell (Squirrel Nut Zippers) urges artists to keep creating under President Trump.
Tom Maxwell (Squirrel Nut Zippers, The Minor Drag) shares some tracks that freak him out.
Plus, Carly Rae Jepsen has one question for Brian Wilson.
Terence Nance watches actor-turned-director Cheadle battle the white supremacist movie industry / machine / system to get his passion project made.
The maestro responsible for one of 2015's most acclaimed albums (and a Kendrick Lamar collaborator) explains how jazz can work in the 21st century.