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With Eddie Palmieri’s upcoming concert revival of his classic Harlem River Drive (1971) on the horizon, Revive has protest music on the mind. Before Palmieri and his band perform the keep reading »

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It should come to no surprise that jazz masters who posses the secrets to the universe are also some of the flyest looking people. On keep reading »

They say it all started with a bang — and that it did on the Revive Stage at NYC’s 2016 Winter Jazzfest. By only 7 keep reading »

On Nov. 29th, composer and arranger Billy Strayhorn – who died in 1967 at age 51 – would have celebrated his 100th birthday. In his keep reading »

“In tribute to those who lost their lives.” These are the words that accompanied “Paris,” a track posted on Brainfeeder’s Soundcloud earlier this week. Created keep reading »

Think of a particle transmitter and inside of it lies the Atomic Dog himself: Mr. George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic. After that throw in Flying keep reading »

We, in an era of depleted harmonic angles and reused melodic motifs, have underwent a recent revitalization of musical brilliance in mainstream genres across the keep reading »

Daptone Records released Daptone Gold II, the storied label’s second greatest hits compendium last Friday, September 18th. Daptone Gold II is the follow-up to their keep reading »

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 »

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 »

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 »