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A few days ago, Nike Basketball released “Be Courageous,” a tune and accompanying video crafted by pianist Robert Glasper, who they enlisted to help honor keep reading »

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Philadelphia based groove collective Killiam Shakespeare celebrates their self-titled debut LP with an exclusive stream of the new single “21st Century” featuring Chris Turner. The keep reading »

The complete list of this year’s Grammy Nominations were released and REVIVE is happy to see artists who push the boundaries of styles such as jazz, instrumental & electronic, and next wave soul/R&B represented on the list.

KING, the brainchild of twins Paris & Amber Strother and their ‘musical sister’ Anita Bias, is back at it again. The group, whose 2011 EP The Story gained critical mainstream attention, has announced that their debut album, We Are KING, will be released February 6th, 2016.

REVIVE Music proudly announces the February 19 release of “Wax & Wane”, the sophomore album from harpist Brandee Younger.

Last Thursday, Rolling Stone magazine released a video that shows Brooklyn-based guitarist Marcus Machado recording his new single “Rockout” in L.A.’s Swing House Studios. The keep reading »

This last week, Huffington Post’s The Blog, sat down with Nigel Hall to discuss his new album, Ladies and Gentlemen…Nigel Hall. It is set to be keep reading »

Back in May, Gilles Peterson sat down with acclaimed drummer Otis Brown III to discuss his career, his association with other leading jazz figures, and keep reading »

On November 5th, contemporary music magazine The FADER premiered Kenneth Whalum’s “Ghost Town,” and brought to light his oft under-acknowledged presence in the world of keep reading »

In 1954, the worlds of iconic jazz artists Sarah Vaughan and Clifford Brown collided, culminating in the release of Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown. The album was quickly keep reading »

The funk vets who rock with Lettuce have been tearing up stages and studios since 1992 when the founding members met each other at Berklee. keep reading »