Part one. Dive into the work of one of the most influential artists of pop (and avant-garde).
One of the most influential labels in jazz, known as “the house that Trane built”.
In terms of production, the Scottish artist has achieved the unthinkable: mixing radical experimental works with more recognisable dance and pop, both under the name Sophie (stylised as SOPHIE) and through rich collaborations with Charli XCX, Madonna and Vince Staples.
Known as O Bruxo (the Wizard), the white-bearded Brazilian composer and multi-instrumentalist is a cultural icon.
Dolphy's career as a sideman bore witness to a great musical journey – one that has contributed to the history of jazz.
Between 1974 and 1989, The Residents, a band whose members have remained anonymous until today, have accumulated the most delirious of musical experiments ever in popular music.
Why it is wrong to describe Frank Zappa as a brainiac and cynical musician...
John Coltrane’s career reminds us how much the essence of jazz requires a permanent mise en abyme.