Flying Lotus isn't like most
acts you'll encounter at Ultra Music Festival. The Los Angeles native, born Steven Ellison and
known as "FlyLo" to his fans, doesn't make dance music -- at least not in the traditional sense.
The acclaimed knob fiddler (Pitchfork
named his Cosmogramma the 14th
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Yes, those are tiny pregnant ladies in Barry White's hands.When we set out to put this list together we thought, "Great, we're going to have a wide variety of songs!" That dream was shattered when we quickly realized white people don't know shit about bone jams.
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The dude's been dead for two decades. But even so, jazz demigod, congenital rebel, and cocaine enthusiast Miles Davis looks like he's gonna have an incredibly packed 2011.
Earlier this month, the trumpet-wielding master reissued the expanded Bitches Brew Live, a soul-scorching set of electrifi ... More >>
via michaelfeinbergmusic.comMichael FeinbergEvil Geniuswww.michaelfeinbergmusic.comTo the uninitiated, jazz generally falls into one of two broad categories -- that which is readily accessible and that which isn't. That's an unsophisticated observation to be sure, but one with which many non-aficion ... More >>
You may not be familiar with Little Feat, but you sure as hell should. They've been around for 40 years, during which time they've worked and shared the stage with some of music's true legends, artists running the gamut from Jimmy Buffet to Bela Fleck, Dave Matthews to Vince Gill, Brooks and Dunn an ... More >>
On the current southern tour of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, the 16-piece band is focusing on the 70th anniversary of the original Blue Note records. The New York-based label founded by Alfred Lion and Max Margulis in 1939 that became seminal for musicians like Thelonious Monk, John C ... More >>