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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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We’ve been around since day one for Jesse Fischer & Sly5thAve‘s Head Hunters tribute project. What started out as a concert back in 2013 has now blossomed into a keep reading »

The art of being a sideman is a long honored tradition in this idiom’s history. Very rarely does someone come out of the woods and keep reading »

Most people who move to New York can vividly recall the first day they came to this great city. While the stories usually have some keep reading »

Oliver Lake is almost peerless in terms of his voice on the saxophone but also his output as a creative person. Whether he’s arranging Bjork, Lou keep reading »

ORGONE have been a mainstay in the funk scene for years. The Los Angeles-based funk collective has dropped seven studio albums, including their latest Shanachie Entertainment keep reading »

Composer and trumpeter John Raymond’s latest release signals a change in sound and direction from his debut album, Strength & Song. While the new album is keep reading »

Harpist Brandee Younger graced us with a piece two years ago to honor the late Dorothy Ashby. The post ran on August 6, 2013 on keep reading »

Outside of the impending release of The Epic, Kamasi Washington was also a key contributor in Kendrick Lamar’s latest album, To Pimp A Butterfly. The saxophonist was keep reading »

There’s a freshness and originality that Melbourne-based quartet Hiatus Kaiyote exhibit whenever they hit the stage or studio. While they have a bite of that late ’90s keep reading »

It’s hard to imagine how Kamasi Wahsington was able to undertake a project that consists of 172-minutes of music over three discs and features a 32-piece keep reading »