Nate Chinen’s overview of jazz blogs from the NYT, including Destination: Out. D:O is noted for its “chirpy yet incisive analysis.” Click on the Times‘ logo to be taken to the article.


“There are few music blogs as consistently compelling as Destination: Out”–Peter Margasak
Click on the Reader logo to be taken to Peter’s blog post.


According to Ethan Iverson, writing in the Guardian, “Destination: Out! is one of the oldest and best jazz blogs. Jeff Jackson and Jeff Golick focus on individual tracks and tell you why they are good.”


D:O on BBC Radio 3 (click to listen to a bit of the interview)


D:O as guests on Scott McDowell’s show, The Long Rally




Playboy name checks D:O as the “destination for jazz lovers.” Click on the logo to see a jpeg of the short write-up (entirely SFW).


9 Responses to PRESS

  1. Hi there!
    I just wanted you to know that we exist! Feel free to have a look (and listen) at our beautiful website:
    All the best,
    Meinrad Kneer

  2. Hello! Love your blog. I studied jazz in college, esp ECM styles of the 60’s and 70’s and I have been looking for years for recordings by pianist Richie Bierach ( SP? ) and esp a song called “A Visit to Madagascar”. Can you help? Thank you!

  3. Hi there,
    A new masterpiece up!
    “Life On My Own”.
    We just wanted you to know.


  4. Check out the web site.
    The music is brilliant and amazing!

    BL Worth

  5. hello,
    i often listen to the eclectic artists you guys put on your site. have you ever heard of stereo crowd? they are a really eclectic band from out of harlem.


  6. Hi there! I am wondering how i make submissions to you guys for material being released on my label.

    Sarka Workman-Ulja Factory

  7. Hi There, I play in the Jazz duo “Idle Words” and we are offering Jazz Bloggers a copy of our press-kit/album in exchange for the possibility of a review their blog. If you are interested, please email me on:
    Many Thanks,

  8. You NEED to check this out…

    Black Bobby is a rebel. Raised by a Black Nationalist mom. Groomed and educated by his dad- a lawyer trained in the Jag Corps. Bobby was raised on that DC urrea culture. He loves Go-Go music and Mambo Sauce. He thinks you are a bamma for wearing that. After leaving DC, Bobby went on to attend Tufts University where he was active in many campus orgs and eventually became the school’s president. Pretty good for a jock with bad knees? After college, Bobby and a band of able idealists launched a national nonprofit dedicated to reforming politics by training courageous kids to run for public office. United Leaders- the org- operated in Boston, DC, and SF before closing in 2005. Bobby left UL to finish his Masters in Public Policy at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. After school he worked in management/strategy consulting at an elite firm in Cambridge- kinda like John Legend. Then he quit to write rhymes and preserve this Hip-Hop culture. Been on a mission ever since. Oh, and he organized on the Obama Campaign. Bob love tha kids. You can find him in Miami.

  9. Hi Jeff’s,
    I sent an e-mail to one of the Jeff’s last week so we could talk about doing the DMG/ARC downloads through your service but didn’t hear back. Perhaps I had an old e-mail address. Let me know if you recieved this and how we can go forward. take care, Bruce at Downtown Music Gallery

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