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Adult Jazz are making their US debut today at New York City’s…

Adult Jazz are making their US debut today at New York City’s CMJ Music Marathon, & in celebration, they have released a very special remix of “Springful” by Shabazz Palaces. “Shabazz Palaces had us at dancing around with giant maracas at Brudenell Social Club in Leeds in 2012,” says frontman Harry Burgess. “We’ve been massive fans since Black Up so a remix from them felt really special.”

Adult Jazz released Gist Is, one of the most anticipated and compelling debuts of 2014, this summer via their own label Spare Thought. The band have already played festivals + sold out shows in the UK, opened for tUnE-yArDs in London, and established themselves as a “band to watch”.

    Adult Jazz CMJ Showcases

    10/23/14 Rough Trade Showcase at Rough Trade NYC – 10 PM
    10/24/14 Rough Trade Showcase at Rough Trade NYC – 12:30 PM
    10/24/14 Fader Fort Showcase at Converse Rubber Tracks – 8 PM
    10/25/14 Windish Agency Showcase at Brooklyn Bowl – 8 PM

Dirt Dress share ’12 Pictures’

Post-punk three piece, *Dirt Dress* have been a fixture of the LA scene since their conception in 2007. Taking influence from bands like *Wire* and the* Fall*, they compose a cultivated racket of guitars, horns, synths, and drums. Lead man *Noah Kwid*’s percussive and conversational lyrics are…

After 100 Releases, A Label You May Not Know, But Should [Thoughtless Interview]

Noah Pred didn’t just run his own label. He has run a label that has traced a lot of the finest music of the past years, making its way from Toronto to Berlin. And he did it while juggling his own career as a techno producers’ producer, a DJ’s DJ. At 100 releases, he’s got … Continue →

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Herbie Hancock Reveals Crack Addiction In New Memoir

Among the great jazz musicians who came to prominence in the ’60s, Herbie Hancock always seemed to be the most together. He easily adapted to fusion and funk and synthpop and Grammy-awarded singer-songwriter fare while his peers either died or got left behind. So it’s a little surprising to learn that Hancock spent a few [...]



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