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BRUTUS Magazine

BRUTUS Magazine – Number 1002: Jazz is Pop!!

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Brutus (ブルータス) is a bi-weekly Japanese men’s magazine devoted to pop culture, lifestyles, and culture in Tokyo, Japan by Magazine House.


What kind of music have you been listening to lately?
It's nice to repeat your favorite song, but you've never heard it before.
When you find a genre of music or artist, you can enjoy it in your daily life.
It will increase a little. How about listening to jazz in 2024?
BRUTUS's jazz special "JAZZ is POP!", which was very popular last year, is back with even more power.

table of contents

10 EVENTS of JAZZ in 2023

Special feature
250 Jazz You Should Listen to in 2024

Jazz told by musicians. Kazuki Arai/Sakura Fujiwara/Ryu Taga/Takao Tajima and others

Jazz Giant of 2024. ① Jon Batiste/Esperanza Spalding

``BLUE GIANT'' A jazz lecture that starts with instruments, designed by Shinichi Ishizuka and musicians.
Miho Hasama / Takuya Kuroda / Tomoaki Baba / Masaki Hayashi / Masanao Matsushita / Takashi Sugawa / Mei Inoue

A holy place for sessions where Tokyo's jazz is born. MELRAW/Jun Miyagawa/Shun Ishiwaka

Jazz Giant of 2024. ② Makaya McRaven/Kassa Overall

The best places to learn are always jazz cafes and listening bars.

Why DJs find jazz interesting now.

Two talented drummers, 052, discuss Japanese jazz across generations. Takeo Moriyama/Shun Ishiwaka

Jazz Giant of 2024. ③ Samara Joy/Cecile McLorin Salvant

After all, it all started with Blue Note. Masatake Unno/Don Was

The honeymoon of hip-hop and jazz. STUTS/DJ Mitsu the Beats

A movie with jazz music.

Well-designed jazz goods.

Jazz Giant of 2024. ④ Shabaka Hutchings/Mary Halvorson

2024: JAZZ ODYSSEY IN LONDON A trip around London, the cutting edge of jazz.

Do you know “K-JAZZ”?

The future of technology and jazz. BIGYUKI/Daito Manabe

Sadao Watanabe, is “jazz” your life?


Language: Japanese