[Updated] When Sinkane wants revolution, it folds The Beatles’ “
Anderson .Paak knows that his face is his money.
Jazz Fest producer Quint Davis introduced the festival-closing set by saying that three acts had closed the fest on what is now the Acur
Of the hundreds of bands that played in Austin last week, only 14 New Orleans acts performed at official South By Southwest showcases.
[Updated] The last time Janelle Monae played Voodo
Saturday at Jazz Fest, Rod Stewart tags in for Aretha Franklin. I give St
When you Google “Mr. Hands,” the Wikipedia entry “Enumclaw horse sex case” is the first link, followed by the entry for Mr.
Josh Freund and Sam Radutzky inadvertently set a task for themselves when they decided to shoot a documentary on Papa Grows Funk.
Our Spilt Milk returns with our favorite things this week, including rare groove reissues on vinyl.
Trombone Shorty’s last decade has been characterized by, among ot
The annual nature of Jazz Fest makes it a perfect time to reflect on how things have changed--not just how the festival or the grounds h
Funk/jazz/rock band Naughty Professor had a good 2016, and the band’s bas
Naughty Professor has followed in Galactic’s footsteps by establishing it
Until recently, Esperanza Spalding hasn’t found her name restr
This weekend, the Bear Creek Bayou Festival relocates from Live Oak, Florid
Last year, indie producer AF THE NAYSAYER’s The Autodidact Instrumentals Vol.
The logical next step after listening to London DJs play rare groove funk and soul? Make some yourself.
Everything is relative. At a Lollapalooza or a rock festival, Red Hot Chili Peppers are funky. At Jazz Fest, they’re a rock band.
[Updated] Yesterday, we looked at the impact of playing Jazz Fest o
This week's Freshly Spilt Milk features music from Cellars, Steve James, Nap Eyes and more.
Miguel blasted onstage at the Joy Theater Tuesday night with the ener
In 2010, Trombone Shorty curated “Red Hot + NOLA,” an all-star New Orleans concert at the Brooklyn Academy of Music that not only featur
It was bad enough that The Tontons couldn't play loudly enough to keep
The story Friday at Voodoo wasn’t so much
Jazz Fest at night has become a time for jam funk and one-time-only shows, and one of the more entertaining ideas is Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe sp
Sunday’s final sets at Jazz Fest couldn’t have been more different.