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In a Roy Ayers Project exclusive, the collective of Alexis Davis gives us a free download of their latest tribute to Roy Ayers.
Robert Glasper is a tremendous talent, and when he is inspired by another tremendous talent, you can imagine that the result is on another level.
This week, we have Minneapolis producer Ackryte, creating a different musical genre while transforming a classic Roy Ayers slow jam.
Columbia Nights reexamines a lost gem from the Sade songbook.
In the legendary career of Michael Jackson, one work stands out amongst the rest, finding an artist who manages to capture our emotions and demand our attention.
Check out the experimental sounds of Detroit native, Chicago resident Raj Mahal, our latest producer to submit to the Roy Ayers Project.
Today marks the release of Columbia Nights first EP, Dawn | Dusk. Take a listen to what they have to say.
It seems like every week, we’re touching a new part of the globe, and this week is no different as we give a shout out to JeriKo Jackson, from the land down under.
The Final Comedown motion picture soundtrack was a much different sound for both Grant Green and Blue Note Records
José James is a true relic, and he proves his love and appreciation for jazz as he tributes one of the most iconic instrumentalists in jazz history.
Herbie Hancock’s early adaptation of the vocoder was masterful in this late 70s classic song.
Mark Ronson has established himself as a well known and successful Hip Hop/Pop producer, but he also realizes the importance of preservation of music’s humble and soulful beginnings.
An excellent song with visuals to match, Gregory Porter has an instant classic with this thought provoking song.
The extremely talented 1-O.A.K. breaks out of the box in his debut album entitled “Special Request”.
The title says it all, as Brother Hayling gives us 10 Rhodes songs that we MUST hear, as well as audio examples so you can see why these songs are a must for your audio memory bank.
As we get back on our routine, we highlight producer Vapor Maché who gives us an excellent interpretation of a classic Roy Ayers funk tune.
A defense of pop music’s greatest achievement in the last twenty-five years – none other than Justin Timberlake’s 2006 release FutureSex/LoveSounds
Tall Black Guy provides the soundtrack for our third trailer, and here is why we chose his beat.
The first installment of Tall Black Guy’s “Hollyweird” series. Released in 2010, this is a must listen.
2 more groovy, far our fan videos with 70’s footage and music by Alan Hawkshaw.