Jazzwise magazine has launched its full digital archive, going all the way back to April 1997.
Subscribers to the digital edition now have complete access to almost 20 years worth of issues. The archive is also fully searchable, so jazz enthusiasts can read up on their favourite topics and artists, and share articles online.
Since its launch in 1997, Jazzwise has established itself as a leading voice in jazz culture, changing the way jazz magazines look and think. It is the UK’s biggest selling jazz monthly magazine, covering a range of topics from the cutting edge of jazz, improv, hard bop, and jazz-rock to bebop and classic jazz, and also jazz crossover, including jazz-funk, jazz hip-hop and jazz-electronica.
The magazine also features news coverage, a national gig guide, gossip column, opinion column, in-depth features and a review section covering new CD releases, vinyl, DVDs, books and live reviews.
The Jazzwise archive is available for users on Android, iOS and web platforms. To access the complete archive, please subscribe.
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