Jazz Journal is a British jazz magazine established in 1946 by Sinclair Traill (1904–1981). It was originally published in London under the title Pick Up, which Traill founded as a locus for serious jazz criticism in Britain. In May 1948, Traill, using his own money, relaunched it as Jazz Journal.
The Annual Review of Jazz Studies provides a forum for the ever expanding range and depth of jazz scholarship, from technical analyses to oral history to cultural interpretation. Addressed to specialists and fans alike, all volumes include feature articles, book reviews, numerous unpublished photographs, and bibliographic surveys. All serious jazz fans will find the Annual Review of Jazz Studies books to be interesting and useful. Nothing else quite like them is available.
The Journal of Jazz Studies (JJS), formerly the print journal Annual Review of Jazz Studies, is an open-access online journal, which is peer reviewed and published by the Institute of Jazz Studies at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Addressed to specialists and fans alike, JJS provides a forum for the ever-expanding range and depth of jazz scholarship, from technical analyses to oral history to bibliography to cultural interpretation. The editors of JJS are Dan Faulk and Henry Martin; the editor-in-chief is Vincent Pelote.
For 35 years, Jazziz Magazine has been covering the music scene, documenting innovations, charting industry trends, following the artists whose lives so colorfully inform our own. The award-winning Jazziz Magazine gives you the look, the listen and the lowdown, in print and online, what’s hot (and what’s not), in the world of music with insightful editorial, hundreds of reviews, and inspired photography and design.