Uncharted Territory: Donny McCaslin Sets a New Course for His Music


Most jazz musicians make stylistic changes in careful increments — if they change at all. Not Donny McCaslin. Around 2010, the saxophonist began incorporating elements of electronica into his sound after listening to artists like Skrillex and Squarepusher. Four years later, the floodgates opened. That’s when legendary rock chameleon David Bowie, at the behest of

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