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It is said that absence makes the heart grow fonder. This has proven to be true in the case of James DeWitt Yancey aka J keep reading »

Vocalist Gaby Hernandez’ music has been accurately described as “a warm, nurturing hug.” It’s hard to pin down what about her songs makes them so 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 »

Mark de Clive-Lowe recently dropped the video for “Sketch for Miguel” on Okayplayer. MdCL’s newest video was filmed at Los Angeles’s Stagg Street Studios during the recording keep reading »

On Friday, April 25th and Saturday, April 26th Durham, North Carolina was the central place for all things cool in the world of eclectic soul and keep reading »

Dexter Story’s journey through the music industry is like few others. Seemingly living multiple lifetimes in his 48 years, this renaissance man has had careers spanning from product manager for artists like Snoop Dogg, Musiq Soulchild, & LL Cool J, to booking acts for a busy LA nightclub, being signed as a rap producer by Sony, managing Meshell Ndegeocello, and ultimately finding himself as an artist. We sat down to discuss Story’s debut solo record on Kindred Spirits entitled ‘Seasons,’ but got a lot more story than we paid for. Be sure to read Pt. 1 of our interview before delving into Pt. 2 below!

Miguel Atwood-Ferguson is one of the premier musicians, orchestrators, arrangers, and composers of our time undoubtedly. Blending his influences which range from J Dilla to Chopin, Jimi Hendrix, Miles Davis and beyond has differentiated him as an artist who strongly represents the here and now. Luckily for us, the here and now for Miguel is recording both his debut solo record on Brainfeeder, Les Jardins Mystiques, as well as a string quartet record of cinematic improvisations entitled Quartetto Fantastico.