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We’re going back to school from December 2nd through December 4th for the Revive Music Festival at Berklee College of Music! The festivities are set keep reading »

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Legendary producer and turntablist DJ Premier is scheduled to hit Japan from January 28th through January 31st. While the previous sentence definitely looks like something suited for keep reading »

Blue Note Records President Don Was best described vocalist José James: “He’s got his own vision, he’s got his own point of view, [and] he’s got keep reading »

  Pianist, composer, and super-producer Mark de Clive-Lowe is best known for blending a mélange of genres into one overarching sound. A sonic palette as broad as keep reading »

Vocalist Sachal is back with the premiere of “No More Tears” and “Cover the Water” from his upcoming album, Slow Motion Miracles. Sachal’s forthcoming LP is poised to be released keep reading »

In its simplest definition, messiah means savior. Whether or not D’Angelo and his camp decided to come in like a thief in the night and drop the keep reading »

New York-based saxophonist Tivon Pennicott has a CV that boasts a who’s who in today’s music scene. The two-time Grammy award-winning musician has backed artists like Gregory Porter, Esperanza keep reading »

O MER (the moniker of Israeli producer Omer Schonberger, not the Star Wars character) has just released the first single, “Crazy Flames,” off his upcoming keep reading »

NPR will be broadcasting highlights from the 2014 Detroit Jazz Festival tomorrow, Wednesday, at 9 PM. The broadcast will feature several large-ensemble pieces written by Wayne keep reading »

Our friends at Okayplayer ran an article over the summer featuring Ghostface Killah and BADBADNOTGOOD blazing the hell out of an ALIFE Sessions – word to my boy Zo. 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 »