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Australian music is on high-rotation all week on ABC Jazz. But why not a dedicated playlist to the unique tradition and musical personalities from Down Under?

Jazztrack Mal Stanley

Mal Stanley brings you the best jazz from Australia and around the world. On-air Saturday & Sunday at 5pm, repeated Tuesday & Wednesday at 2pm & 9pm.

Jessica Nicholas ABC Jazz

Jessica ranges widely across the jazz spectrum, with an emphasis on contemporary artists and current releases from Australia and abroad. On-air Thursday at 2pm, repeated Sunday at noon.

Keep on top of the most recent trends in the jazz scene, with a mix of the latest albums to hit the ABC Jazz desk...

Exploring the favourite music of the musicians themselves... hear what inspires and influences them. Talking Jazz is no longer broadcast.

Join us each Thursday night at 9pm as we broadcast live jazz, here on ABC Jazz.

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Broadcast:
Mon 24 Jul 9:00pm
Fri 28 Jul 2:00pm

The Alister Spence Trio are about to launch their 7th album and we've got a sneak preview of the double CD to kick off this week's playlist.

Broadcast:
Mon 24 Jul 2:00pm
Sat 29 Jul 10:00am

Leading this week's new music playist is an introspective solo record from the Hungarian-born pianist Laszlo Gardony called 'Serious Play.'

Broadcast:
Sun 23 Jul 5:00pm
Wed 26 Jul 2:00pm
Wed 26 Jul 9:00pm

Mal marks 50 years since saxophonist John Coltrane passed away with a selection of his music, as well as collaborations with Thelonious Monk

Broadcast:
Sat 22 Jul 5:00pm
Tue 25 Jul 2:00pm
Tue 25 Jul 9:00pm

A few memorable collaborations on this episode include Clark Terry (pic) with Paul Gonzalves and Brother Jack McDuff with Grant Green.

Broadcast:
Thu 20 Jul 9:00pm

We revisit a set from the 2017 Melbourne International Jazz Fest, featuring Israeli/NYC guitarist Yotam Silberstein and his quartet!

Broadcast:
Thu 20 Jul 2:00pm
Sun 23 Jul 12:00pm

Perth drummer Ben Vanderwal isn't usually associated with chill-out music, but his trio project offers respite from a sometimes noisy world.

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