The 'lost album', from Rudy Van Gelder's studio, in 1963.
Trumpet ace talks to Ian Shaw about his debut album, on Ubuntu Music.
YouTube may finally have to pay the music industry— and thousands of artists — the money they deserve.
With Spotify now one of the most popular platforms for music consumption, figuring out how to get your music placed on one of the streaming services coveted playlists has become the Holy Grail
While it would have been hard to believe a decade ago, vinyl is back on the charts as a medium of music consumption.
"...we've been on a journey that's traversed a distance in time with, I'm sure, even more detours ahead.
[PIAS] co-founder Michel Lambot looks at how the economic structure of media consumption has shifted over time to one of renting vs. owning; and how tech companies bypassing record labels to make direct deals with artists is the next logical step in this progression.
"This album is a considered, even mannered artefact that dances rather than cooks, maintaining an even emotional temperature throughout; all in all a very well conceived and executed, effortlessly classy affair."
"...elements reminiscent of techno- and dubstep, of M-base, of heavy rock guitar and of some compositional methods from modern ‘classical’ music, are all part of the mix.
Jazz Fuel's Matt Fripp speaks to a Scottish jazz pianist on how he did it.