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Jaimie Branch's Fly or Die at BIMHUIS, Amsterdam

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Jaimie Branch's debut album Fly or Die immediately put her on the map as a gifted trumpeter and composer who brings together groove, melody and experiment. Fly or Die appeared in the top 10 best albums of the year in the Downbeat Critics Poll. For her eponymous band Fly or Die, Jaimie Branch selected ...

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Analog Players Society Release "Hurricane Season In Brooklyn"

Analog Players Society  Release "Hurricane Season In Brooklyn"

The rich, lively, multi-cultural vibe that Amon brings to his work as the leader and composer of the collective known as the Analog Players Society is the result of a lifetime of studying the groove. “I got interested in Turkish, West African and Middle Eastern music in college,” Amon recalls. “I eventually studied with Famadou Konate, ...

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Electric Cowbell Records Releases New Batch of Singles

Electric Cowbell Records is hot on the heels of its critically acclaimed debut compilation 101 Things To Do In Bongolia, which is a sonic brochure of the label's first batch of singles from 2010-2011 with the addition of some bonus tracks and remixes. The compilation has sparked gushing quotes like, “Electric Cowbell is Brooklyn's hardest-working new ...

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Electric Cowbell Fall/Winter Vinyl Releases out October 11th

Electric Cowbell Fall/Winter Vinyl Releases out October 11th

Electric Cowbell Records is hot on the heels of its critically acclaimed debut compilation 101 Things To Do In Bongolia, which is a sonic brochure of the label's first batch of singles from 2010-2011 with the addition of some bonus tracks and remixes. The compilation has sparked gushing quotes like, “Electric Cowbell is Brooklyn's hardest-working new ...

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Antibalas 'Who Is This America?' Reissued by Ropeadope

Antibalas is set to have their modern day afrobeat classic, Who Is This America?, reissued by Ropeadope on August 17. While it's common for influential recordings to receive reissue treatment decades later or around specific anniversaries, Ropeadope has made the decision to bring back the Brooklyn-based collective's 2004 album just six years from its initial release ...


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