Jay Z for Kids; Questlove for Posterity; 'OZ for Summer

Questlove's Blues: In the Spike Lee film Mo’ Better Blues, Denzel Washington plays an old trumpet player purist angered at the black community’s apathy towards the jazz he loves until a young saxophonist, played by Wesley Snipes, responds that the community is uninterested because Washington’s style is outdated and irrelevant.

Sports & Leisure Take Their Time

[Updated] Sports & Leisure aren't in a hurry, and you can hear that in "Devil," the lead track of their new EP, Fitness. One guitar patiently saws a note while band members oooooh behind it, with only held chords to mark off time. When the song kicks in, it does so with an easy reggae that is a musical choice, not a touristy jaunt into another genre. But don't mistake the musical patience for a lack of urgency.

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