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Jazz Night in America: On the List

Amna Ijaz

Updated May 10, 2023 at 10:10 AM ET

Jazz Night in America is a radio and video documentary series that goes deep on stories across the jazz diaspora. On the List shakes loose our staff's favorite new releases every month — from traditional tunes to avant-garde adventures to electronic experiments, we'll keep our ears open in order to present you with a selection of the genre's newly-mined gems. These songs represent just a small sampling of the music released by jazz artists around the world; we hope that as we share our discoveries you feel inspired to embark on your own exploration of what's new. (If you'd like to hear the music featured on Jazz Night in America, we've got that, too.)

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Our favorites from April 2023:

yMusic, "Cloud"
Le Boeuf Brothers, "Gaia"
Walter Smith III, "River Styx"
Peter Manheim, "The Gate"
Jakob Manz, "Jazz is a Spirit"
Sound Cipher, "Church Turing"
Peter Somuah, "Moonlight"
Alfa Mist, feat. Bongeziwe Mabandla, "Apho"
Rachel Eckroth, "One-Eyed Pete"
Dan Rosenboom, "Ikigai"
Samara Joy, "I Miss You So"
Thundercat, Tame Impala, "No More Lies"
Mark Guiliana, "Audience Américain"
Brandee Younger, ft. Pete Rock, "Livin' And Lovin' In My Own Way"
Wayne Escoffery, ft. Gregory Porter, "My Truth"
James Casey, "Outside"
Artemis, "Lights Away From Home"
Dinner Party (Terrace Martin, Robert Glasper, Kamasi Washington, 9th Wonder), "The Lower East Side"
ChimyTina: Martina DaSilva and Dan Chmielinski, Ft. Joel Ross, "Take a Picture of the Moon"
John Pizzarelli, "I Want To Be Happy"
Gabriel Latchin Trio, "A Song for Herbie"
Jakob Dreyer, Ft. Jimmy MacBride, Jason Rigby, John Cowherd, "Tamara's Waltz"

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