Over the course of five decades, Thompson was a mainstay of the otherworldly jazz ensemble.
The celebrated trumpeter claimed to have changed music five or six times, but he didn’t do it alone.
A record not just for jazz purists and rock snobs, but for anyone curious enough to listen with full ears and no expectations.
The new collaborative effort is due out in April.
The album is a far, confident cry from dead if 2019 tells us anything.
Jazz legends new and old are teaming up this summer.
An unlikely meeting of the minds resulted in an unadulterated improvisational jazz experience.
The Godfather of Punk has also collaborated with Argentine folk outfit Fémina.
The Darkside producer returns with his sophomore solo LP in February.
The New Zealand rockers try their hand at experimental jazz with an impromptu instrumental album dropping in October.
The Kendrick Lamar and St. Vincent collaborator is back with a striking new statement of his own.
It’s also the latest entry in Adult Swim’s eclectic Singles Program.