It's a new music special with bassist Gary Peacock & pianist Marc Copland on their ECM recording "Now This," and tenor saxophonist Lucas Pino's "No Net Nonet."
Simon Rentner talks with saxophonist David Murray and Vision Fest producers William and Patricia Nicholson Parker about the New York free jazz festival's 20th anniversary, and the legacy of Ornette Coleman.
Simon Rentner talks with bassist Stanley Clarke, the trio Mammal Hands and Asif Kapadia and Nick Shymansky about their documentary film on the life of singer Amy Winehouse. They spoke at the 2015 Montreal International Jazz Festival.
Simon Rentner talks with the trio Phronesis, saxophonist Joshua Redman and vocalist Elizabeth Shepherd at the Montreal International Jazz Festival 2015.
Wayne Shorter, Norway's Jaga Jazzist and Toronto's BadBadNotGood on this 2015 Montreal International Jazz Festival special.
Simon Rentner interviews Chicago drummer Makaya McCraven and the Australian band Hiatus Kaiyote. Vincent Pelote from Rutgers University's Institute for Jazz Studies interviews Zev Feldman, the producer of an album of newly discovered early tracks by guitarist Wes Montgomery.
Simon Rentner explores the Los Angeles jazz scene with two of its most creative contemporary musicians: DJ and producer Flying Lotus, and saxophonist Kamasi Washington.
Simon Rentner talks with South African vocalist Melanie Scholtz and rapper Jitsvinger; Alex Ariff talks with bassist Michael League about Snarky Puppy's new album "Sylva."
Tenor saxophonists Charles Lloyd and George Coleman talk with Simon Rentner about growing up in Memphis, their experiences with Miles Davis, Max Roach and many others, and being named Jazz Masters by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Simon Rentner talks with Joe Segal, founder of Chicago's Jazz Showcase, and composer Carla Bley about their careers. Both were named Jazz Masters by the National Endowment for the Arts in 2015