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Listen to Wynton Marsalis play with Bob Dylan, Ray Charles, Natalie Merchant, John Mayer & more!

Out Now: “United We Swing

New star-studded album from the Wynton Marsalis Septet **All proceeds go toward Jazz at Lincoln Center’s education initiatives

Recorded between 2003 and 2007, United We Swing finds an unparalleled array of musical talent that collectively boasts 94 Grammy Awards joining Jazz at Lincoln Center Managing and Artistic Director Wynton Marsalis (a nine-time Grammy Award winner himself) and his Septet. Together, they perform blues-inflected versions of iconic American repertoire and celebrate the red, white, and Blues.

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New Music Monday – Week 11 2018

Welcome to Fangeist #MusicMonday, an interactive curated list new albums, new EPs, new tracks, new videos…basically what we’re listening to at Fangeist that has been newly released this week.

Every Monday, we’ll share a new selection of songs/albums/videos that have been specially curated by Fangeist’s Editorial department, a team with their fingers on the pulse of what’s happening across the music spectrum, be it jam bands, hip-hop, Grateful Dead, Phish, Funk, Jazz, Electronic, R&B, rock, World, Reggae and every nuanced point in between.

From fresh new tracks from the fresh new artists, legendary bands to the iconoclastic, THESE are the tunes from the music world that you need to hear. And every Monday, you can discover them here.



FEATURED ALBUMS

Break Science - Grid of Souls
Break Science - Grid of Souls
Nap Eyes - I'm Bad Now
Nap Eyes - I'm Bad Now
Acid Dad
Acid Dad - Acid Dad
Young Fathers - Cocoa Sugar
Young Fathers - Cocoa Sugar
The Men - Drift
The Men - Drift
ed schrader riddles album
Ed Schrader's Music Beat - Riddles
Oneida - Romance
Oneida - Romance

FEATURED VIDEOS

Frankie Simone’s unique brand of queer pop feels clearly like there is a new musical movement building in Portland. It is percussive, catchy and polished as it gets; moreover, it is also strikingly mindful. Let’s call it pop with a purpose. What is very clear is that Simone simply accepts herself, as herself.

12 years and five albums later, folk band Horse Feathers shares a fresh sound on “Without Applause.” The quiet, subtle tenor of singer’s Justin Ringle’s vocals along with the band’s delicate arrangements have earned the group a huge and dedicated fan base; however, this album is about a musical evolution. A seriously soulful, 70s rhythm section creates an energetic and metaphysical sound. The band’s new album, “Appreciation,” will be available via Kill Rock Stars on May 4.

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New Music Monday – Week 10 2018

Welcome to Fangeist #MusicMonday, an interactive curated list new albums, new EPs, new tracks, new videos…basically what we’re listening to at Fangeist that has been newly released this week.

Every Monday, we’ll share a new selection of songs/albums/videos that have been specially curated by Fangeist’s Editorial department, a team with their fingers on the pulse of what’s happening across the music spectrum, be it jam bands, hip-hop, Grateful Dead, Phish, Funk, Jazz, Electronic, R&B, rock, World, Reggae and every nuanced point in between.

From fresh new tracks from the fresh new artists, legendary bands to the iconoclastic, THESE are the tunes from the music world that you need to hear. And every Monday, you can discover them here.



FEATURED ALBUMS

Caitlin Canty - Motel
Caroline Rose - Loner
Elephant9 - Greatest Show On Earth
Escaper - Edge Detection
Janelle Monae - Make Me Feel
Jonathan Wilson - Rare Birds
Mildlife - Phase
Superorganism - Superorganism
The Breeders - All Nerve
Toubab Krewe - Stylo
Yes Darling - Yes Darling

FEATURED VIDEO

FKA Twigs Dance to a Brand New Anderson .Paak Song in Apple Video
Directed by Spike Jonze

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New Soulive Album – EP Cinematics, Vol. 1

Soulive, comprised of Neal Evans, Alan Evans and Eric Krasno released their first collection of new music in six years with their long-awaited EP Cinematics, Vol. 1. The EP takes its name from its five tracks’ cinematic quality, and the band’s press release even offers some thoughts on the types of films that might be complemented each song (“Kings March”, for instance, could work with a vintage spy thriller).

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