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CHURCH is back in NYC this weekend as Mark de Clive-Lowe hits NuBlu on Saturday, 12/10. Rocking alongside MdCL on stage are bassist Tim Lefebvre keep reading »

Days removed from the debut of his 9-track Aforemention LP on Mark de Clive Lowe’s Mashibeats Records, Tommaso Cappellato returns with Aforemention: In Conversation directed keep reading »

The intersection between jazz and hip-hop has been home for many artists. Whether it’s producers digging through old records so they can flip a sample, keep reading »

Pianist, producer, and musician extraordinaire Mark De Clive Lowe— along with other Oceania bred and based acts like Hiatus Kaiyote, Missy Higgins, and Fat Freddys Drop— have keep reading »

Thinking back to some of the most special live events we’ve presented at Revive Music, it’s hard not to recall the residency Mark de Clive-Lowe keep reading »

Part of our mission at Revive Music is to connect audiences and musicians alike from around the world together in a creative transmission of ideas, spheres of sound, moods, vibrations, mutations, history, and communication. As such, today we are grabbing our mic and telling everyone we can about the serious vibes our friends/counterparts in Melbourne—boutique artist management/PR/consultancy/event company Wondercore Island—are spreading across the world. You may know them as the team beyond Hiatus Kaiyote, but today you’re about to recognize the Melbourne scene at it’s finest.

While each musician brought their own sound to the table, the group as a whole gelled extremely well. Nia Andrews gracefully commanded the melodies of the tracks, and Robinson’s verses were on point. Jaleel Shaw was an absolute freak of nature, ripping over the changes while de Clive-Lowe added filters, delays, and other assorted effects with his samplers. Kelley and Smith locked like a glove, providing a strong backbone to the overlying ethereal layers of synths, percussion, and samples.

Revive Music Presents: Mark de Clive-Lowe , DJ Questlove (The Roots) + Casey Benjamin (Robert Glasper Experiment) & Special Guests For Monthly Series, CHURCH. Residency Celebrates its One Year Anniversary at DROM on December 7th.

Join us as CHURCH continues with world-renowned DJ, producer, remixer, composer, musician, and Tru Thoughts recording artist Mark de Clive-Lowe (MdCL), alongside resident vocalist Nia Andrews (Janelle Monae/Common), James Genus (Chick Corea/Herbie Hancock) on bass, Eric Harland (Joshua Redman/McCoy Tyner) on drums, resident MC John Robinson (Lil Sci/Scienz of Life) and Special Guest Miguel Atwood-Ferguson

World-renowned DJ, Producer, Remixer, Composer, Musician, and Tru Thoughts recording artist Mark de Clive-Lowe (MdCL) returns alongside resident vocalist nia andrews (Janelle Monae/Common), Nate Smith (José James/Dave Holland) on drums and David “DJ” Ginyard (Estelle/Screaming Headless Torsos) on bass with Special Guest N’Dea Davenport + The Twilite Tone !