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  • An Afternoon In Central Park: Okayplayer Reviews "A Journey Through The Legacy Of Black Culture"
  • New Music From Derrick Hodge's Forthcoming 'The Second' LP
  • Boiler Room TV: Breakfast With Revive Full Interview With Nicholas Payton, Bilal, Igmar Thomas, DJ Raydar Ellis, Tariq Khan
  • Remembering Bobby Hutcherson
  • New Music From the Robert Glasper Experiment, Derrick Hodge, Takuya Kuroda, and Corey King
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Between serving as Maxwell’s musical director, producing records by Otis Brown III and Kendrick Scott, as well as his bass duties for the Grammy Award-winning keep reading »

At this summer’s North Sea Jazz Festival, when they weren’t leading a band or guesting with a world renowned big band, contemporary innovators Christian Scott keep reading »

Corey King carved his imprint by being one of the most highly-regarded trombonists today. Having backed some of the most recognizable names from Esperanza Spalding, keep reading »

The second “Journey Through The Legacy of Black Culture” Revive Big Band Performance was held earlier this month on August 7. Special guests included Nicholas keep reading »

Producer, composer, and multi-instrumentalist Derrick Hodge is set to follow up Live Today, his widely beloved solo debut album, with the aptly titled The Second keep reading »

West-coast readers who missed the first two of Mark de Clive-Lowe’s LA Summer Sessions have one more chance to catch the multi-talented pianist/producer’s summer party keep reading »

Revive Music co-founder Meghan Stabile recently sat down in front of Boiler Room TV‘s for the inaugural episode of Breakfast With Revive. We ran a keep reading »

Bobby Hutcherson, one of the most iconic vibraphonists to ever grace both sides of a record, passed away after a long battle with emphysema. His keep reading »

For your friend or older relative that keeps complaining that there is no more good music, here’s a list of four upcoming records from Takuya keep reading »

Eric Lewis aka ELEW is one of the scariest pianists around. Not in a bogeyman hiding in your closet or under your bed manner, but keep reading »