REVIEW: Chief Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah, ‘Axiom’ (Ropeadope/Stretch Music) 

One unspoken premise of improvisation is that serendipity can yield musical moments beyond the scope of premeditation. Trumpeter Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah’s third live album, Axiom, features many such moments — grooves shift weight to expose counter-rhythms, and scribbled climaxes heave irrepressibly out of tranquil expanses. But in this case, the existence of the album is serendipitous in and

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