Complete Communion: Jazz For November Reviewed 

Source: The Quietus.

While jazz clings to its history, legacy, and conventions to produce wonderful music that transcends time, I can’t help but notice that a lot of the stuff that most excites me eludes categorisation, mashing together disparate approaches not as a novelty, but because its makers have big ears and strive to trust their guts.

Artists reviewed here like Nate Wooley, Mary Halvorson, and New Hermitage are not only unafraid to colour outside of the lines, but they’re fine sweeping the whole framework off the table.

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