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Interview: Slingbaum Breaks Down Ravel Re-Imagined featured

Multi-instrumentalist, composer/arranger Slingbaum‘s unique contribution to Supreme Sonacy (Vol. 1) is more than just a modern look at a timeless piece. His exploration and re-imagination keep reading »

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Drummer, vocalist, composer and bandleader Jamison Ross is tipped to be one of the jazz’s most important artists in the future. As a drummer he keep reading »

We continue our ongoing series of showcasing the musicians who helped make Supreme Sonacy (Vol. 1) possible by giving some love to the pianists featured keep reading »

One of the hallmark features of jazz is its ability to evolve with the times. Because it is a form of expression that asks for keep reading »

The second premiere off the  Supreme Sonacy Vol. 1 compilation via Revive Music + Blue Note Records is now available for your listening pleasure. It keep reading »

Sonacy — The undefined, unexplained derivative of sound; a melodic experience without conformity or category. Much too expansive to explain, it just is. While our keep reading »

In preparation for Supreme Sonacy (Vol. 1)’s August 7th release (our second album under the Revive/Blue Note Records imprint), we are showcasing six saxophonists who helped make keep reading »

Harpist Brandee Younger recently dropped her funky tribute to her harp-hero, Dorothy Ashby, via Wax Poetics in the form of “Dorothy Jeanne.” Produced by Casey Benjamin keep reading »

The piano trio has long been regarded as one of the most beloved and sacred institutions of jazz. Legendary names like Art Tatum, Bud Powell, keep reading »

In celebration of the release “Dorothy Jeanne,” Brandee Younger‘s tribute to Dorothy Ashby, Younger once again graces our site to further educate us on Dorothy keep reading »

2015 has been one of the best years for music in recent memory. This isn’t to say that the previous years didn’t produce killing music, keep reading »