Sophie Billington is blasted into space as she reports from Sun Ra Arkestra’s tenure at Band on the Wall
The Oscars are over and it’s time to reflect on Chazelle’s journey to the top
Christian Hurry talks through Thundercat’s latest album Drunk, his first since working with Kendrick Lamar on To Pimp A Butterfly
A retrospective on a masterpiece: Jack Greeney explores why everyone should know about one of jazz’s finest albums, but so few do
The Italian soul singer seems awkward and lost in translation in a disappointing show, writes Hugh Morris
La La Land is an homage to jazz which neglects to ultimately pay any viable homage to jazz
William Bain deliver’s The Mancunion’s verdict on the deceased icon’s final recordings: a fond farewell to an exceptional career
Matthew Whitaker’s album launch may have lacked a defining artistic sound but the potential shown was undeniable, writes Liam Killeen
Journey into the realm of punk-influenced, no wave-inspired jazz of the Lounge Lizards.
David Bowie doesn’t like looking back down memory lane in heritage rock docs. Instead, he delivers strange, serpentine albums like Blackstar with both eyes set firmly on the future
Cory Henry leaves our jazz specialist Pierre Flasse lost for words (almost)
The blonde-haired beauty performs at the O2 Apollo.