Gogo Penguin Pushes The Piano Trio Beyond Jazz

When Chris Illingworth sits down at the piano, Nick Blacka picks up his upright bass, and Rob Turner adjusts his snare drum, the Manchester trio GoGo Penguin looks like a jazz trio. But they’ll tell you that calling their music “jazz” isn’t quite accurate. Taking musical inspiration from a long

Molten Hot Jazz Fusion Of Seattle’s Polyrhythmics

In Polyrhythmics’ musical blender you’ll find soul, jazz, r&b, psychedelia, funk, afrobeat and echoes of traditional music from around the world. But after ten years together, they point to the Seattle music community as the driving force of their success. Over the course of three outstanding albums and a handful

disORGANized Gets It Together

Establishing a monthly residency at Tula’s jazz club in Seattle on the 2nd Thursday of each month, we put the trio disORGANized to the test with a live studio session on a Monday afternoon. They passed with flying colors. Spanning a good piece of Puget Sound, Seattle-based guitarist Cole Schuster

322 Back In The KNKX Studios

322 brought their youthful energy and exuberance back to the KNKX studios this month with an electrifying set of neo-instrumental jazz.    Their new CD is out September 8th and it’s loaded with originals. Although the group is grounded in classic jazz they are widely influenced by music ranging from