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Avant-garde legend Oliver Lake stands apart from many jazz musicians today, but not just because of his distinctive sound. He’s an artist in every sense, pursuing painting keep reading »

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Get a towel, a hoodie, and/or anything else that can cover your mug because we just rounded up three of the nastiest stank-face bearing videos keep reading »

Singer-songwriter Somi will be the first to tell you that she is the combination of multiple layers. But throughout the different sheets that make up the keep reading »

To describe New York based multi-instrumentalist Alan Hampton’s music as eclectic and original doesn’t quite capture what’s so special about it; his genre defying tunes keep reading »

Drummer, producer, and composer Mark Guiliana is one of the most sought-after drummers on the scene today. Throughout his career, Guilaina has backed notable names like Meshell Ndegocello, Gretchen keep reading »

Chilean saxophonist and composer Melissa Aldana, winner of the 2013 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Saxophone competition, is as steeped in tradition as she is innovative keep reading »

Since it’s release, Otis Brown III’s The Thought of You has garnered rave reviews from Billboard, Wax Poetics, and Downbeat, among others. It’s easy to see why Revive/Blue Note’s first album keep reading »

We recently talked with drummer Eric Harland following the release of his band Voyager’s latest album, Vipassana. In the first part of the interview, Harland took us through keep reading »

We get to flex our muscles a little harder today as we announce the release of Otis Brown’s The Thought of You via the newly imprinted Revive/Blue keep reading »

Gideon Van Gelder is back with the worldwide release of Lighthouse, his second album as a leader. Lighthouse made its debut in Japan on August 6th before it keep reading »

No other blog, magazine, publication, or whatever form of media is as excited as we are about The Thought of You, Otis Brown III’s debut album. Although we keep reading »