I’d follow singer Christa Hughes - daughter of the legendary Dick Hughes, the first solo jazz pianist to perform at Sydney Opera House – just about anywhere.
Known for his gravelly voice, his spontaneous scat, and his trumpet virtuosity, Louis Armstrong was a jazz giant.
ARIA award-nominee Geoff Power and his band, … Read more
Aptly titled, the third release by this Canadian trio is their first all-original studio-backed compilation fusing hip-hop and jazz.
Triangle is the perfect track to … Read more
After making a colourful splash during the ’80s and ’90s with her sassy brand of pop, Neneh Cherry took the road less travelled, joining underground … Read more
Takadimi are starting the year off with a bang at Sydney’s hippest jazz music venue, Foundry 616 in Ultimo. The vibrant jazz quintet have been … Read more
Aaron Michael is one of the most in-demand session musicians in Australian music today as a master of the tenor saxophone.
As well as being … Read more
Smooth and sultry, the unmistakable sounds of jazz flow freely from this eight-track disc.
Yet another example of that legendary Melbournian musical might, this release … Read more
Genius can often be misunderstood, but never so much as it is in jazz music. The Tim Clarkson Trio takes their time building the melody, … Read more
It’s been a bit of a struggle over the past few years for jazz music in Sydney, competing with its counterpart scene in Melbourne, where … Read more
For those of you already nestled in the dulcet folds of jazz’s artist-run warehouse institution 505 in its current location, the news of its recent … Read more