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Innovative Harlem collective Freelance is slated to release their debut album Yes Today via Revive Music’s label division on Friday, May 11th. 2018. The thirteen-track keep reading »

The New York Times calls trumpeter/bandleader Etienne Charles an auteur who is “one of [jazz’s] more ambitious soloists and composers,” JazzTimes applauds him as a “daring improviser” and DownBeat celebrates his tone as “melodically captivating” and “rhythmically agile” that makes his music “immediately pleasing.” After three impressive and well-received albums for his own Culture Shock Music imprint, Charles has garnered a welcomed response to his Caribbean roots-informed jazz. His latest album, Creole Soul—his most accomplished recording so far in his young career—is infused with Charles’ ebullient and intimate artistry.

Hiatus Kaiyote has been on everyone’s minds lately as the Australian band makes their way across the ocean and into our headphones. Everyone from Miguel Atwood-Ferguson to Erykah Badu have been singing their praises, but there is no voice we want to hear more than HK lead vocalist, Nai Palm. Thus it is with excitement and much fanfare that Revive Music is presenting the North American debut of Nai Palm Sunday 10/14/12 at Rockwood Music Hall.

Today marks the six-year anniversary of Revive Music Group (formerly Revive Da Live). Looking back on the past six years reveals a story of growth (both company-wide and community-wide) and success, but more than any of that, an unwavering devotion to the amazing and talented musicians that make our community vibrant and inspired the very creation of Revive. What began as a local effort to support Boston musicians has evolved into a worldwide experience.

This Creative Conversation is geared towards empowering emerging leaders to think outside the box and take their careers into their own hands. Moderated by Monique Martin, this panel discussion will feature Risë Wilson (Founder of The Laundromat Project), Meghan Stabile (President/CEO of Revive Music Group), Kaisha Johnson (Co-Founder of Women of Color in the Arts) and Adam Schatz (Founder of Search and Restore), four outstanding arts professionals who have successfully created their own paths and advanced the field along the way.

We invite you to experience the panel on “The Intersection of Hip-Hop and Jazz” moderated by Raydar Ellis in a a 2 part series. A hand selected group of the panelists discuss the revival of jazz music through its marriage with hip-hop. Panelists talk about GURU’s legacy, how the use of new technologies has redefined the concept of jazz (formerly known as a genre stuck in a state of unchangeability) and what Miles Davis would play if he was still alive.

We invite you to experience the SXSW panel on “The Intersection of Hip-Hop and Jazz” moderated by Raydar Ellis in a a 2 part series. A hand selected group of the panelists discuss the revival of jazz music through its marriage with hip-hop. Panelists talk about GURU’s legacy, how the use of new technologies has redefined the concept of jazz (formerly known as a genre stuck in a state of unchangeability) and what Miles Davis would play if he was still alive.