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Continuing on with our favorite tracks from 2014; Revive is privileged to have worked with a few of the artists listed below and we look forward keep reading »

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New York-based bassist, producer and composer Brady Watt has shared the stage and studio with some of hip-hop’s finest and most legendary names. More recently, keep reading »

Vocalist and bandleader José James has done, if not everything, then at least a little of everything. His albums span genres, his smooth, rich baritone keep reading »

Last night felt like a replay of December when D’Angelo suddenly dropped Black Messiah. While Kendrick Lamar didn’t quite release To Pimp A Butterfly out of the keep reading »

The Village Vanguard isn’t exactly the biggest music venue in New York City. While the club only has a 123-person capacity, it has remained one keep reading »

Philadelphia-based trombonist Jeff Bradshaw learned to play in church, where his father was a minister and brass bands were an important part of the experience. keep reading »

That old adage that goes “Those who can, do; those who can’t, teach” doesn’t really apply to music. Music is an aural tradition that requires keep reading »

Pianist Justin Kauflin is probably best known for his co-star role in the powerful documentary about his friendship with Clark Terry, Keep on Keepin’ On, keep reading »

Guitarists Nels Cline and Julian Lage come from two seemingly different worlds. Cline is known for his work with the rock band Wilco as well keep reading »

I stumbled upon Bill Evans when I looked at the liner notes of Mos Def’s Black On Both Sides and noticed his name credited for the song “Love.” Because I keep reading »

2014 was an amazing year for music with new and old artists alike releasing some of the best material we’ve heard in a long time. keep reading »