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ARTICLE: TAKE FIVE WITH...

Take Five with Black Tie Brass

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About Black Tie Brass:

Black Tie Brass is a horn driven jazz funk band. Lead by Ryan McNulty, most of the band met at college in New York and have been playing together since 2008 and formed BTB is 2013. We released our first self-titled album after a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2014. We ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

John Scofield alla Casa del Jazz di Roma

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John Scofield
Casa del Jazz
Summertime 2017
Roma
18.07.2017

Per il suo più recente tour europeo, che lo ha portato anche in Italia per tre date (la prima a Roma, dove lo abbiamo ascoltato), il chitarrista John Scofield ha rispolverato un progetto di qualche anno fa, presentandosi con la ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Snarky Puppy at the Ogden Theater

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Snarky Puppy
Ogden Theater
Denver, CO
May 24, 2016

The Snarky Puppy website describes the group as a “quasi-collective." Indeed, an organization that numbers perhaps as many as three dozen doesn't really fit the traditional definition of a “band." Thirty six members? That almost sounds like an orchestra. Well, they don't ...

ARTICLE: CATCHING UP WITH

Mike Rivard: Entranced By The Music

Read "Mike Rivard: Entranced By The Music" reviewed by Paul Naser

As globalization blends cultures and markets more and more everyday, it is only natural that artistic traditions and the artists that study them do the same. Mike Rivard is a leader in this regard, pioneering some of the most unique blends of musical styles and sounds today. Talking to him about his band Club D'elf and ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

2013 Enjoy Jazz Festival

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Enjoy Jazz 2013
Heidelberg/Mannheim/Ludwigshafen, Germany
November 6-14, 2013

It's always a treat to return to Heidelberg for Enjoy Jazz. As a very intended contrast to most jazz festivals, that compress a lot of music into a very short time, Enjoy Jazz's founding premise, when it was first conceived 15 years ago by ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Global Noize Featuring Jason Miles, DJ Logic & Falu: "A Prayer For The Planet" Out August 23, 2011 Via Lightyear/EMI

Global Noize Featuring Jason Miles, DJ Logic & Falu: "A Prayer For The Planet" Out August 23, 2011 Via Lightyear/EMI

"A vibe that's a freewheeling swirl of jazz, funk, electronica, world fusion and blues that's grounded at times, trippy and sensual most of the time, and—on the wings of the ethereal vocals of Falu—truly transcendent and spiritual." —Jonathan Widran, All Music Guide New York, NY—We are at what is clearly a line of demarcation in our society, where ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Matt Dickey's "Try This at Home" CD Release Party at the Williamsburg Music Center on December 16

Matt Dickey's "Try This at Home" CD Release Party at the Williamsburg Music Center on December 16

After a production process of nearly four years, Matt Dickey brings you Try This At Home, a collection of original, instrumental jazz/funk infused with latin, african, hip-hop and electronic flavors. Larger sized ensemble arrangements and rhythm section improvisations round out more than 73 minutes of tasty, funky grooves. The recording was done 99% in his basement home studio and he ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Eric Krasno: Reminisce

Read "Reminisce" reviewed by Doug Collette

There are no surprises on Soulive guitarist Eric Krasno's first solo album, but that's a good thing. Even with the familiar names involved in a project that's resulted in Reminisce, the music is fresh and wholly contemporary.

The album was produced by Krasno, and features mostly his own material. Soulive drummer Alan Evans recorded and ...

NEWS: MUSIC INDUSTRY

Adam Deitch Joins Pretty Lights

Adam Deitch Joins Pretty Lights

ADAM DEITCH REPLACES CORY EBERHARD From prettylightsmusic.com: "Derek will be performing along side a new drummer, Adam Deitch. Adam is basically one of the illest drummers out there right now and when his style combines with the PL style, it approaches sweet style overload. The combo of Derek Vincent Smith & Adam Deitch will undoubtedly bring the the ...