The West Coast is definitely on the rise… We just caught wind of this video from Inglewood rapper Damani Nkosi. The song is called “Now That’s Love” and it features Musiq Soulchild and Robert Glasper, it’s off Nkosi’s forthcoming al...
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Eddie Moore, Robert Glasper, Thundercat Song: Sly5thAve - Deme (Ft. Denitia) [download here] What's so good? Jazz really is becoming cool again. I mean, it never really stopped being cool. Show More Summary
David Byrne at Wellmont Theatre in 2013 (more by Greg Cristman) Browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows. Here are some highlights... Jherek Bischoff, David Byrne, Zola Jesus, Sondre Lerche, Greg Saunier of Deerhoof, Mirah @...
Kaytra’s always up to something, and this time it’s a little spin on More Love by the Robert Glasper Experiment. After listening to this song, it feels as though it […] Related posts: Teedra Moses – Be Your Girl (Kaytranada Edition) BANKS – Waiting Game (Kaytranada Remix) Cyril Hahn – Perfect Form (Kaytranada Remix)
Photographer Doug Seymour spent the day with Glasper and the band during their stop at The Queen in Wilmington, Del. for World Cafe Live.
Bilal at Prince tribute in March (more by Fred Pessaro) The annual Winter Jazz Fest is returning in 2014 for its 10th anniversary, happening from January 7 - 11. Artists playing include John Medeski, Nels Cline, Robert Glasper, Bilal, Ravi...
DJ Soul Sister continues her latest mission to bring great modern jazz to New Orleans by teaming with Bowery Presents and the Civic Theater for this rare appearance by the Grammy-award winning pianist and composer. Glasper is part of the newest generation of genre-busting jazz musicians. Show More Summary
On Tuesday night I went to see Robert Glasper perform with the Robert Glasper Experiment at New York's Best Buy Theater. I feel as though I saw the contemporary equivalent of Benny Goodman's 1938 Carnegie Hall concert. If jazz-R&B winds...
This Week in Jazz: Curtis Fuller, Dorado Schmitt, Eddie Palmieri, Robert Glasper, Nilson Matta and much more. [ more › ]
It's traditional in almost all genres of music that the innovators are always given the most attention. This holds true in jazz as right now as artists like m: Robert Glasper, m: Rudresh Mahanthappa, and m: Darcy James Argue are praised for being bold innovators in the world of jazz. Show More Summary
New music from The Robert Glasper Experiment featuring a verse from Common and Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump on the hook. This will appear on the Experiment’s upcoming LP, Black Radio 2. Spotted: Rolling Stone Previously: Terrace Martin – The Process with Robert Glasper | Terrace Martin ft. Robert Glasper & James Fauntleroy – No [...]
by Andrew Sacher Jazz/hip hop pianist Robert Glasper is set to release the followup to his excellent 2012 album, Black Radio with a sequel, Black Radio 2, on October 29 via Blue Note. Like its predecessor, the new album has...
Genre: Jazz/Hip Hop Title: Black Radio Artist: Robert Glasper Black Radio Artist: Robert Glasper Experiment Robert Glasper hails from Texas, where he established his roots in jazz. However, Glasper has gone on to take part in many collaborations, not only in jazz, but in Hip Hop as well. Show More Summary
3ChordFold hits iTunes at midnight. Previously: Terrace Martin – The Process with Robert Glasper (Video)
In this latest episode of The Process, Terrace takes us through the creation of “No Wrong, No Right” with Robert Glasper and James Fauntleroy. Previously: Terrace Martin ft. Robert Glasper & James Fauntleroy – No Wrong, No Right (Video) | Terrace Martin – The Process with Wiz Khalifa
Off 3ChordFold in stores August 13th. Previously: Terrace Martin ft. Robert Glasper & James Fauntleroy – No Wrong, No Right (Video)
Terrace Martin debuts the accompanying visuals for his tale of two distant lovers, “No Wrong, No Right,” featuring musical assists by both James Fauntleroy and Robert Glasper. Pre-order Martin’s 3ChordFold [...]
Off Terrace Martin’s 3ChordFold LP (out Aug. 13), available for pre-order on iTunes now. Previously: Terrace Martin ft. Robert Glasper & James Fauntleroy – No Wrong, No Right