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If, like many of us have, you’ve been awaiting drummer/composer/producer Nate Smith’s debut as a bandleader, you’re about to get some really great news. Kinfolk: keep reading »

This coming Friday, Dec. 18th, guitarist David Gilmore will release his 4th album, Energies of Change, at one of NYC’s newest jazz clubs, Club Bonafide. keep reading »

On November 20th,guitarist Marcus Machado released his debut EP ’29’.Check out our favorite track off the EP, “New Thangz (ft. DJ Spinna). It begins with just keep reading »

Harlem based musical outfit Freelance cites a wide variety of styles as influences, and their unique sound is proof of the kind of originality that can come keep reading »

Brooklyn-based composer/vocalist/French hornist Sara McDonald is doing big things. She performed at the Montreal Jazz Festival, Northside Festival, and the East Village Music Festival and 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.

Today we’re premiering “2012,” a track coming from the ever-evolving Bay Area rhythm section extraordinaires, The Park. Rhythmic hit men for the likes of Alice Russell, Jesse Boykins, Big K.R.I.T. Keelay, and more, these musicians can hold it down with the best. “The Park makes me sound live and all the way in technicolor,” Darondo explains.