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Georgia Anne Muldrow is adding another album to her VWETO series of instrumental LPs. Arriving on May 21st via FORESEEN Entertainment and her own imprint, Epistrophik Peach Sound, the full-length follows 2019's VWETO II and 2011's VWETO. "VWETO III is intended for movement," Muldrow said. "It's to be played when you birth yourself back outside after a long introspective period to get the things you need. It intends for you to be your own superhero and wants to be your theme for power." Based in Los Angeles, Muldrow is a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, songwriter and producer whose lengthy catalog connects the dots between avant-garde soul, funk, jazz and hip-hop. Read more about her in Part 2 of our Re-record feature.

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Norah Jones, “It Was You (Live)”

Singer/songwriter/pianist Norah Jones is set to release ‘Til We Meet Again, her first full-length live album ever, on April 16 via Blue Note. The LP compiles 14 songs spanning her entire career, recorded in various parts of the globe between 2017 and 2019. The announcement comes with the release of the album’s first single. “It Was You,” recorded at the 2018 Ohana Festival in Dana Point, California, and performed with Pete Remm on organ, Christopher Thomas on bass, and Brian Blade on drums. 

Norah Jones has shared a new live version of “Don’t Know Why” from her forthcoming first-ever live album, ‘Til We Meet Again, due out April 16 via Blue Note Records. Written by Jesse Harris, this was the hit song from the singer/songwriter/pianist’s fabled 2002 debut, Come Away With Me. This new live version of the song was recorded at Live au Campo in Perpignan, France, in 2018 and features Jones alongside organist Pete Remm, bassist Christopher Thomas and drummer Brian Blade.

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Sons of Kemet Announce New Album Black to the Future, Share New Song With Kojey Radical: Listen

“Hustle,” also featuring vocals from Lianne La Havas, leads the Shabaka Hutchings–led jazz outfit’s record

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Sons of Kemet have announced a new album. Black to the Future is the follow-up to 2018’s Your Queen Is a Reptile, and it arrives May 14 via Impulse! Records (which is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year). The fourth album from the Shabaka Hutchings–led jazz outfit is led by the single “Hustle,” featuring UK artist Kojey Radical; the track also has backing vocals from Lianne La Havas. Find it below.

Angel Bat Dawid, Moor Mother, and grime artist D Double E make guest spots on Sons of Kemet’s new record. “Black to the Future is a sonic poem for the invocation of power, remembrance and healing. It depicts a movement to redefine and reaffirm what it means to strive for black power,” Hutchings said in a press release.

“The meaning is not universal and the cultural context of the listener will shape their understanding,” he added. “Yet in the end, the overarching message remains the same: For humanity to progress we must consider what it means to be Black to the Future.”

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Canadian-born, London-based trumpeter and composer Jay Phelps premieres the summery video for his take on the Gershwin classic
 

The singe ‘I’ve Got A Crush On You’, which was released on 24 March, was produced by Phelps and Broken Beat maestro Cengiz and features vocalist Mhari Aurora, with a funky, fun video shot in the Maldives. It's the first track from Phelps’ new Broken Standards series of EPs, which will be released via the trumpeter’s SoulEndvr Records label in the coming months.

In this upbeat and energetic track, Phelps has rearranged the Gershwin classic and given it an exciting new spin, made for the clubs and Jazz venues alike. Drawing inspiration from Broken Beat producers such as IG Culture or Mark De Clive Lowe, as well as the current London jazz scene, Broken Standards takes the jazz classic and flips it on its head with an all-star line-up.

Phelps has been a key presence on the London jazz since his time at university, when he founded and co-led the highly acclaimed group Empirical, going on to perform alongside such UK stars as Courtney Pine and Amy Winehouse as well as numerous leading jazz names. London-based, Phelps has developed an on-going love affair with the city’s evolving scenes and genres, as is reflected in his exploration of Broken Beat and electronic music across the EP series.

Commenting on the track and the upcoming Eps, Phelps said: “As I’ve been a silent fan of the Broken Beat scene here in the UK for some time, my aim was to rearrange a hand full of Jazz standards that I love with inspiration from the rhythms and grooves of Broken Beat.”

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WRD, “Sleep Depraved”

“Sleep Depraved” is the latest single from the new organ trio WRD, featuring organist Robert Walter, guitarist Eddie Roberts and drummer Adam Deitch. It’s included on their forthcoming debut album, The Hit, out April 30 via Color Red. The track is heavily influenced by mid-’70s jazz-funk artists like Roy Ayers, Donald Byrd and Grant Green’s 1972 album Live at the Lighthouse. Encapsulating the group’s chemistry and high-level artistry, “Sleep Depraved” was recorded during a one-day session at Color Red Studios in Denver, Colorado.

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Taylor Eigsti, “Play With Me” feat. Becca Stevens and Gretchen Parlato

Pianist Taylor Eigsti has shared “Play With Me,” also featuring vocalist Becca Stevens and Gretchen Parlato. This is the third single from his forthcoming album Tree Falls that with its tracks ranging from a solo piano performance to ones with a full-on orchestral accompaniment reflect his many bandleading and compositional sides. Tree Falls is due out on May 21 via GSI 


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Rubén Blades y Robert Delgado Orquesta, SALSWING! (Subdesarrollo)

Rubén Blades melds salsa and jazz on his new genre-defying album, SALSWING! This collaboration with the Robert Delgado Orquesta was partly driven by his wish to “eliminate stereotypes in music that affirms we are conditions to only exist artistically within specific boundaries, according to our nationality.” The album will also be released in two separate editions, SALSA PLUS! on April 23 and SWING! on April 30





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Dee Daniels, The Promise: Deluxe Edition (Cellar Music): 
Vocalist Dee Daniels will release the Deluxe Edition of her landmark 2019 album, The Promise, which marked her debut and features 12 original compositions inspired by her recent journey with breast cancer. The new edition is out on May 7 and features three bonus tracks, including an alternate version of “One Moment in Time” with guitarist Felton Offard, and stirring renditions of “I Want Jesus to Walk With Me” and “Let Freedom Ring.”
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James Francies has released 713,” a vivid tribute to his Houston hometown, as the first single from Purest Form, due out May 21 via Blue Note. This is one of 14 tracks of this forthcoming record, collectively described as “an immersive, multidimensional experience.” Joining the pianist/composer/producer on his journey are longtime collaborators Burniss Travis on bass and Jeremy Dutton on drums, plus several acclaimed additional musicians, including Immanuel Wilkins, Joel Ross and more.


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Hasaan Ibn Ali, Metaphysics: The Lost Atlantic Album (Omnivore)

Omnivore has rediscovered a never-before-issued 1965 quartet recording by elusive jazz pianist Hasaan Ibn Ali. The recording was shelved by Atlantic after his incarceration on a narcotics possession and later thought destroyed. Finally seeing the light of day with audio restored from long-lost acetate copies of the sessions, Metaphysics also includes liner notes by Alan Sukoenig and Lewis Porter. 

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Originally posted by Cannonball With Hat Cannonball With Hat wrote:

Indeed!
 
And yeah...hopefully amazon (or some other place employee tracking) will post some audio samples because audio quality seems like it will be the only thing stopping me from buying that.
  oh i'm already waiting for it, if you find something like that post links to samples

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Virtuoso jazz harpist Edmar Castañeda sets out to capture the spirit of the world as a unified “family” on his new trio record, Family, due out on May 21. The album also features saxophonist Shlomi Cohen, drummer Rodrigo Villalon and special guest vocalist Andrea Tierra. Its title track is full of joy and promise and condenses the album into a single track “At the start of the recording sessions, I saw the potential of the world coming together as one big family,” Castañeda explains. “I know this is possible and this arrangement goes through a myriad of feelings on our journey as one.”

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Acute Inflections is a New York-based sultry duo formed by singer/songwriter Elasea Douglas and bassist/composer Sadiki Pierre. On May 11, they released their fourth album, 400, marking the 40th-anniversary of Bob Marley’s passing and celebrating his legacy via seventeen stylish, jazzy renditions of well-known classics and lesser-known Marley gems. Songs performed in the album include “Stir It Up,” “One Love,” “I Shot the Sheriff” and more.
 


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Acclaimed vocalist Somi has shared her version of Miriam Makeba’s 1967 worldwide hit song, “Pata Pata.” This is the first single from her upcoming album Zenzile: The Reimagination of Miriam Makeba, where she honors the life, art and legacy of the legendary South African singer/songwriter/activist, along with several special guests. In addition to this album, out July 30, Somi will be taking her musical based on the life of Miriam Makeba to the theatre stage later this year. Dates will be announced soon.


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BADBADNOTGOOD Announce New Album, Share Strange Video for New Song “Signal From the Noise”

Talk Memory Due Out October 8 via XL/Innovative Leisure

Experimental Canadian jazz trio BADBADNOTGOOD have announced a new album, Talk Memory, and shared its nine-minute long lead single, “Signal From the Noise,” via a strange video for it that features a man duct taping headphones to his head, puppets of security guards, and more. Talk Memory is due out October 8 via XL Recordings (in partnership with Innovative Leisure). Watch the Duncan Loudon-directed “Signal From the Noise” video below, followed by the album’s tracklist and cover art.

Talk Memory is the band’s first album in five years, since 2016’s IV. The album features Arthur Verocai, Karriem Riggins, Terrace Martin, Laraaji, and harpist Brandee Younger. Steve Stamp, writer and star of the BBC sitcom People Just Do Nothing, stars in the “Signal From the Noise” video.

The band collectively had this to say about the new album in a press release: “It took a year or two of just living life to get to the place where the creative process was exciting again and once we actually went in to the studio it was the most concise recording and writing process we’ve ever had. We hope that the improvised studio performances bring the listener closer to our live experience.”


Talk Memory Tracklist:

1. Signal From the Noise
2. Unfolding (Momentum 73) feat. Laraajii
3. City of Mirrors feat. Arthur Verocai
4. Beside April feat. Karriem Riggins, Arthur Verocai
5. Love Proceeding feat. Arthur Verocai
6. Open Channels [PHYSICAL ONLY]
7. Timid, Intimidating
8. Beside April Reprise feat. Arthur Verocai
9. Talk Meaning feat. Arthur Verocai, Terrace Martin and Brandee Younger




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Three-time GRAMMY-nominated vocalist Denise Donatelli reimagines the music of Burt Bacharach on her new album, Whistling in the Dark. This intimately arranged collection, produced by four-time GRAMMY winner Larry Klein, is due out August 27 and features “A House Is Not a Home,” the premiere of which you can hear via the player below. “Larry’s idea was to reimagine Bacharach’s music in such a minimalistic way… to reframe them in a way that examines the very essence of the songs,” explains Donatelli. “He knew what he was striving for but left the room in the process for what became a great collaboration among the musicians.”

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Web Web New Single Featuring Brandee Younger: Munich-based quartet Web Web have shared “Satori Ways,” the single from their forthcoming spiritual jazz album Web Max, due out August 27 via Compost Records. The LP finds Web Web mastermind Roberto Di Gioia joined by German rapper/producer Max Herre for the first time. The track “Satori Ways” also features acclaimed jazz harpist Brandee Younger.
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New Release Date for Somi’s Reimagination of Miriam Makeba: Somi’s forthcoming full-length tribute to legendary vocalist/activist Miriam Makeba will be released this October 8 on Salon Africana. This is an updated release date, as Zenzile: The Reimagination of Miriam Makeba had been previously slated for a July 30 release. The album is a celebration of Makeba’s invaluable musical contribution and messages of social justice, which finds Somi in impressive company, including Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Nduduzo Makhathini, Gregory Porter and more.
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