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Whether he’s playing piano or synthesizers, Herbie Hancock has left a legacy that symbolizes the symbiosis of new & old, of tradition & innovation, and of today & tomorrow 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 »

While Matthew Tavares (keys), Chester Hansen (bass), and Alex Sowinski (drums) might not be popular for their disparaging comments about other jazz artists, you can’t keep reading »

Pharoahe Monch took a trip up north for the Manifesto Festival in Toronto and enlisted none other than Toronto natives BADBADNOTGOOD as his backing band.

The BADBADNOTGOOD trio took to the stage at the Mad Decent Block Party this past weekend to play a set wrought with their usual antics of animal costumes, intelligently covered tunes, and sheer force of energy. A videographer captured their rendition of “BUGG’N.”

Building on the momentum from their sophomore release BBNG2 and a memorable performance at Coachella, the Toronto-based trio BADBADNOTGOOD will be performing their first ever string of US concerts around the country. Check out the new album and tour dates below!

We know this week has passed you by too quickly and so we planned ahead and made you this week’s roundup! Here is what you missed…

On the tail-end of their sophomore release, BBNG2, the Toronto-based trio BADBADNOTGOOD recently played backing band to Frank Ocean for his 40-minute Coachella set featuring a guest performance by Tyler, the Creator. Check out the footage of the set below as well as BBNG jamming with Tyler.

Toronto-based band BADBADNOTGOOD (BBNG) is quickly making a name for itself with its unique jazz reinterpretations of hip-hop songs by the likes of Dilla, Odd Future, and Gucci Mane. Like their hip-hop brethren, they’re staying busy by playing at Coachella, collaborating with Frank Ocean and Earl the Sweatshirt, and finishing BBNG3 –which will be out early next year. As if that were not enough, they are in the midst of planning a spring East Coast tour.

Rising Toronto jazz trio stars, BADBADNOTGOOD, have released their much anticipated second album entitled BBNG2 which further solidifies them as some of the baddest rising musicians coming out of North America. With videos popping up on the internet of them jamming out with Tyler, the Creator and covering classic hip-hop joints in their uniquely jazz-inspired stylings, the group has become an online phenomenon with scores of fans around the world just waiting for a live tour.