Although it’s still early in the year, there are already a few frontrunners for the Best Jazz Albums of 2022. Ivo Perelman’s latest release, (D)IVO, is certainly as intense as it is perfect. Another early favorite is Michael Bisio and Matthew Shipp’s Flow of Everything. The duet completes each other so amazingly; it is stunning. Blue Note Records additionally listed two albums, The 7th Hand and Bells On Sand by Immanuel Wilkins and Gerald Clayton. What a start!Read More
Flow of Everything is the third duet release by bassist Michael Bisio and pianist Matthew Shipp, after their 2012 studio recording Floating Ice, and their 2015 live recording Live in Seattle. The album was recorded, mixed, and mastered on April 5, 2021, at Park West Studios in Brooklyn, New York, and was released on January 21, 2022, by Fundacja Słuchaj Records.Read More
What should you expect in Jazz this month? This is our January 2022 Selection of albums that have already been released or have yet to be released this month (What to Wait For?). These albums got our full attention and should be worth your time.
The albums are ordered by the release date.Read More