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Groundbreaking musical collective Killiam Shakespeare‘s shapeshifting soul combines with Aloe Blacc‘s rich signature vocal in the official video for their new collaborative single “Take You keep reading »

In honor of Marvin Gaye’s birthday, we present to you a video from Aloe Blacc of his performance with Miguel Atwood-Ferguson as well as the Berklee keep reading »

Revive Music is invading Berklee College of Music starting today through December 4th. We’ve got a special concert everyday starting tonight with Berklee alumnus Igmar Thomas‘ keep reading »

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 »

Revive Music will be heading up Berklee College of Music from December 2nd through December 4th ending with Vulnerable: A Marvin Gaye Tribute featuring Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Aloe Blacc, Bilal and Chris keep reading »

Yuki “BIGYUKI” Hirano needs no formal introduction. BIGYUKI plays the keys as if he’s personally blessed by the music gods and he continues to leave keep reading »

Catch up on all the great stuff on The Revivalist this week!

he proliferation of hip-hop and jazz has seen both genres grow rapidly, probably more so abroad than right here in the country of their origins. As other countries have adapted and interpreted both art forms as is relevant to their time and culture they have in many ways breathed new life into them as to keep them fresh and evolving. The hip-hop and jazz scene in countries such as France, amongst other places, is a thriving one and over the years has spawned the likes of artists such as DJ Cam, Dela as well as the Jazz Liberatorz.