- All About Jazz (USA)
"...a site produced by jazz fans for jazz fans..."
All About Jazz gave the permission to reprint CD reviews on this site.
- All About Jazz Italia (Italy)
Italian branch of AAJ, managed from New York, NY, USA
Director Luigi Santosuosso gave the permission to reprint CD reviews on this site.
- altriSuoni (Italy)
musica e altri linguaggi; reviews, interviews, galleries, links, and more
unfortunately this site is no longer online
- Bagatellen (USA)
reviews interviews features bagarchives
Editor Derek Taylor gave the permission to reprint CD reviews on this site.
- Chronic'art (France)
web magazine founded in 1997, also available as printed magazine since 2001
- Citizen Jazz (France)
web magazine founded in 1996 by Matthieu Jouan and Alain Le Roux-Marini as a merger of Matthieu's site So What and Alain's webzine bilingue, indépendant et non commercial
Editor In Chief Hélène Collon gave her kind permission to publish articles from the magazine on Joe's site.
- CokemachineGlow (World)
Music e-zine with writers from Australia, Britain, Canada, and Japan.
Associate Editor Mark Abraham gave his ok for reprints.
- Down Beat (USA)
Jazz , Blues & Beyond
- Downtown Music Gallery (USA)
Online shop & record store located in New York, NY, run by Bruce Lee Gallanter & Emanuel Maris.
Emanuel Maris gave the permission to reprint Bruce's reviews from his newsletters.
- Downtownmusic (USA)
DOWNTOWNMUSIC.NET is a web archive of the photographs by Peter Gannushkin
see his Gallery on this site
- Eartrip (UK)
Author/Editor David Grundy gave the permission to reprint articles from his magazine.
- Exclaim! (Canada)
online magazine based in Toronto, Ontario
Editor In Chief James Keast gave the permission to reprint articles from Exlaim!
- Fidelio (Hungary)
online magazine based in Budapest
CEO Dávid Zsoldos gave the permission to reprint articles from Fidelio
- Tom Hull (USA)
Back in the '70s Tom wrote music reviews for Robert Christgau at the Village Voice and briefly published a zine called Terminal Zone. He now contributes to an every 2-3 month jazz guide published by the Village Voice.
- Improjazz (France)
webzine based in Paris
- InfraTunes (France)
webzine based in Paris
- Jazz Hot (France)
magazine founded in 1935 by Charles Delaunay
- Jazz Now (USA)
founded in May 1991
"Jazz Now provides its readers with information on who's who in the Jazz world, covering the hottest up-and-coming stars and giving the latest updates on today's legendary greats and non-musicians who have promoted and contributed to the Jazz, blues, improvised music, and Latin Jazz communities.
Our editorial coverage is of Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, the United Kingdom, and the United States. We were the first fully interactive Jazz magazine on the Internet, up since 1994."
Kenneth Egbert gave the permission to reprint his CD reviews on this site.
- Jazzdimensions (Germany)
Online magazine - Jazz, Worldmusic & more (German language only)
Editor Carina Prange gave the permission to reprint her CD review on this site.
- Jazzenzo (Netherlands)
Online jazz magazine run by professional journalists from the Netherlands. One of the most read jazz magazines in the Netherlands and Belgium. Mischa Andriessen gave the permission to reprint articles.
- JazzoSphère (France)
Online magazine founded in 1997, offering interviews, reviews, articles, photo galleries, and links. (French language only)
Editor Sabine Moig gave the permission to reprint reviews from JazzoSphère on Joe's site.
- JazzPages (Germany)
Jazz in Germany. (German & English versions)
Originally a project of the University of Heidelberg. Comprehensive overview of the German jazz scene.
- JazzReview (USA)
"...collaborative website supported by volunteer writers, editors, designers and programmers..."
- Jazzthetik (Germany)
"Magazin für Jazz und Anderes."
- JazzTimes (USA)
online version of the magazine JazzTimes founded in 1980 by Ira Sabin
Lee Mergner gave the permission to reprint CD reviews on this site.
- JazzWeekly (USA)
"The Roadshow began its international goodwill tour in 2000 to shed light on artists that are pushing the envelope that otherwise wouldn't get the time of day from the traditional rags. Through interviews and reviews, the Roadshow acts as a reference. Since most of the editorial staff couldn't play a kazoo with two hands and two feet, there is a level of reverence that we have for improvised music. It is truly an honor."
Editor-In-Chief Fred Jung gave the permission to reprint interviews and CD reviews on this site.
- Jazzword (Canada)
compendium of jazz and improvised music articles, reviews and photographs
Ken Waxman gave the permission to reprint his CD reviews on this site.
- jazzzeit.at (Austria)
"comprehensive information and discussion forum for people engaged in the cultural sector"
Editor in chief Wolfgang F. Rauscher gave the permission to reprint reviews on this site.
- Kwadratuur.be (Belgium)
Webzine dedicated to the world of music - from classic over jazz to metal
Coordinator Koen Van Meel gave the permission to reprint CD reviews from Kwadratuur.be.
- Le son du grisli (France)
Blog of musician/critic/writer Guillaume Belhomme (aka grisli) from Paris, France.
Guillaume gave his permission to reprint his reviews on this site.
- Left Hip Magazine (Canada)
"We have diverse interests: indie rock, psyche, doom, sludge, black metal, forest-folk, free folk, free-improv, loner psyche, new age, neo-folk, twee, reissues, electronic, hip hop, psyche-folk, jazz, avant, outsider, audio art, musique actuelle, drone, incredibly strange, prank, comedy, spoken word, early music, world music, punk, singer/songwriter, etc. We tend to ignore all the commercial heavy alt-rock stuff."
- The Live Music Report (Canada)
online music magazine. Publisher & Editor Roger Humbert gave permission to reprint reviews.
- monsieur délire (Canada)
François Couture gave permission to reprint articles from his blog.
- The New York City Jazz Records (USA)
Editorial Director Andrey Henkin gave his permission to reprint CD reviews on this site.
- One Final Note (USA)
Jazz & Improvised Music Webzine. Scott Hreha, Publisher/Editor-in-Chief of One Final Note gave the permission to reprint CD reviews.
Unfortunately the One Final Note website and radio program are no longer active.
- Rui Eduardo Paes (Portugal)
Portuguese, French, and English writing journalist and music critic.
Rui Eduardo Paes gave the permission to reprint his CD reviews.
Click here to read Rui Eduardo's interview with Paris Transatlantic editor Dân Warburton (English language).
- panpot.ca (Canada)
"Panpot.ca is an on-line magazine, which functions more like a journal. It focuses mainly on music coming in and out of the city's cultural landscape, from a variety of artists who typically fly under the radar, especially in relation to the mainstream press. We are undeniably independent. No chains and no shackles."
Co-editor Eric Theriault gave his OK for re-prints.
- Paris Transatlantic (France)
"Paris Transatlantic is a unique digital magazine dedicated to the promotion of contemporary and improvised music worldwide, reaching beyond traditional academic coverage through a lively format and (we hope) exciting controversial writing."
Dân Warburton, Editor-in-Chief of the Paris Transatlantic Magazine gave the permission to reprint a CD review.
Click here to read Rui Eduardo Paes' interview with Dân.
- Point of Departure (USA)
Online music journal of critic/writer Bill Shoemaker. He gave permission to reprint his reviews.
- Rambles (USA)
a cultural arts magazine. Editor & Publisher Tom Knapp gave permission to reprint reviews
- Rondo (Germany)
classical and jazz magazine, online since 1997
director Günther F. Bereiter gave permission to reprint reviews from Rondo
- Rubberneck (UK)
experimental music magazine, founded in 1985 by its editor/publisher Chris Blackford
Chris Blackford gave permission to reprint reviews from Rubberneck
- Splendid (USA)
daily online music magazine. Editor/Publisher George Zahora gave permission to reprint reviews
active until end of 2005 only but still online
- Sun Ship (France)
Blogger Franpi Barriaux gave his permission to reprint articles from his blog.
Visit Franpi Barriaux at MySpace
- Tomajazz (Spain)
online music magazine (Spanish version only)
José Francisco Tapiz gave permission to reprint reviews.
- Z95-3 (USA)
"Today's Best Music" Web Co-ordinator Chad Exley gave permission to reprint reviews from Z95-3.
- Zzaj Productions (USA)
"This site is about (all KINDS OF) MUSIC!"
Dick Metcalf a.k.a. Rotcod Zzaj gave permission to reprint his reviews
[founded January 2012] Trio Generations with guest artist Oliver Lake features Michael Jefry Stevens on piano, Joe Fonda on bass, Emil Gross on drums and Oliver Lake on saxophone. Oliver Lake:"It's all about choices," states modern Renaissance Man Oliver Lake to explain his expansive artistic vision.