The Infidels Jazz is a jazz show celebrating the history and diversity of jazz music that streams weekly on Mixcloud. It’s also a brand new label that produces recordings of contemporary players and groups. 

The Infidels Jazz was conceived in the distant era of the before-time, in the pre-pandemic, by Vancouver jazz aficionado, Tim Reinert.

Tim thinks, writes, and broadcasts about jazz a lot more than your average music fan. He’s as comfortable talking about the work of Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Herbie Hancock, or Alice Coltrane, as he is riffing on the likes of Louis Moholo-Moholo, Gordon Grdina, Hamid Drake, Misha Mengleberg, and many many more. 

Tim is available for emceeing, panels, and anything else that involves talking or writing about jazz and other types of music. 

Also, if you require liner notes for your next record, Tim is your guy.

And for those who are curious about where the name The Infidels Jazz comes from please hit play on the video below. Bud Powell’s legendary tune, Dance of the Infidels.