With Cellar Groove, jazz impresario Cory Weeds has dug deep into his archive for a 2004 club date all jazz-saxophone fans should treasure.
Should these three talents record again, however, let’s hope they opt for a more demanding and less familiar songbook.
Dhillon’s debut as a leader gains even more resonance when heard in its intended historical context.
What do you get when you put four extroverts in a room?
Fraser is a great addition to Allen’s regular quartet, adding warmth and bravado in equal measure.
The DJ duo’s Quack is made for summer driving.
Cline and crew have never made a bad record, but this might be their best.
Oh, and your grandparents will probably like it too.
According to the band itself, the music of the Harpoonist & the Axe Murderer is “the blues the way it was meant to be played”.