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Detroit bassist and composer Robert Hurst is hitting the stage at the Jazz Standard on March 25 and 26th and, in anticipation of the upcoming shows, we’ve keep reading »

Part of what made Miles Davis such an iconic musical figure was not just his trumpet playing or his compositional skills, it was also his keep reading »

A voice of the new age, Takuya Kuroda gears up for his Blue Note Records debut on February 18th with the release of Rising Son produced keep reading »

Alright, cats– time to revise your list of must-listen-to records. The man himself, drummer Pat Van Dyke (PVD), gives us a track-by-track analysis of his latest keep reading »

His groove is contagious. His sense of time is innate. And his musicality is undeniable. Drummer Mark Colenburg is a bad cat. Having played since keep reading »

We are proud to premiere Sidewalk Chalk’s second single, “Grocery List,” off their upcoming sophomore album release, Leaves. Sidewalk Chalk’s tight in-the-pocket grooves and jilted drumming drive keep reading »

On December 28th, the music community experienced a tragic loss with the passing of bassist Dwayne Burno. Born on June 10th, 1970, this Philadelphia native keep reading »

So many brilliant artists released amazing music this year and, as with each year, something unexpected and undefinable emerged. It is clear– musicians of this generation are redefining keep reading »

Trumpeter and composer Ambrose Akinmusire is getting ready to add to his already distinguished discography with the March 11th release of his latest Blue Note keep reading »