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On the edge between diss-hop and fateful melancholy — Ilmārs Priede about a new album by Very Cool People

Ēriks Miezis reviews a new album by Miķelis Dzenuška — «Pritons» (Joint), a place where jazz gets «ebonized»

Two new CDs — by Jolanta Gulbe-Pashkevich and her view on the old popular Latvian songs, and by Ieva Kerēvica and her idea of Latvian folk tunes

Orests Silabriedis about the first album by Krists Saržants — «Then and Now»

Ilmārs Šlāpins about the new album by Kārlis Auziņš, Matīss Čudars and Ivars Arutyunyan «The Maze»

Kārlis Vanags and Latvian Radio Bigband searching for their identity in a new album

Ieva Kerēvica and her like-minded friends present an eclectic musical adventure named «Centerwise»

Quarantine time discoveries of a versatile Latvian drummer Rūdolfs Dankfelds


Ansis Pavasaris on the Latvian Radio, Ivars Mazurs, «Jazz club» and suspense novels

Indriķis Veitners’ life story in an anniversary concert

Olga Pīrāgs’s photographic stories of musicianship in the USSR, jazz, and life


Krists Saržants and his story about daring, a time capsule in music and his debut album «Then and Now»

Aleksandra Line in a conversation with Rūdolfs Dankfelds on digging deeper

Latvian music events manager’s life’s mosaics sketches and pieces

Laura Polence on self-isolation’s good outcomes, a different view on concerts, music for the children and adults and creativity in other parts of life

Anete Ašmane leading a collective jazz psychotherapy session with Matīss ČUDARS, Edgars CĪRULIS, Miķelis DZENUŠKA, and Krists SARŽANTS, trying to find out what jazz really is

Ludmila and Viktors Ritovs: Jazz for children, teens, adults, tired and angry musicians that break in the youngsters, and the problems of musical education

Miks Strods: Music isn’t about the amount of money or chords. Music is about community, joy, and love

Creative introvert Kristaps Vanadziņš who always crosses things out and creates his own

To play solo, to be your own boss, climb your own mountain, and try not to lose your own strings – a talk with Jānis Bērziņš

Ieva Kerēvica & Madars Kalniņš about the long years of working together, stalemates and the feeling of incompleteness