Toronto
BadBadNotGood (Musicians)
BadBadNotGood are five young musicians (Matthew A. Tavares, Chester Hansen, Alexander Sowinski, Leland Whitty, Luan Phung) from Toronto, who make jazz interpretations of well-known songs.
BadBadNotGood in Reviews
Music Review | posted 07.07.2016
BBNG (BadBadNotGood)
IV
BBNG (BadBadNotGood) has grown into a quartet. With their latest LP »IV«, they are proving the critics wrong by having their instrumental hip hop defeat the alleged elevator-jazz.
Music Review | posted 10.01.2014
BadBadNotGood
BBNG2
To get jazz back out of the feuilleton, it’s taken nothing but the gentlemen of BadBadNotGood. »BBNG2« is putting jazz back into the dark alleys where it belongs.
Recent Articles
Music Review | posted 26.06.2020
Oiro Pena
2
The Finnish multi-instrumentalist Antti Vauhkonen releases playful music with his vinyl 10-inch »2«, released by Jazzaggression.
Music News | posted 18.01.2021
Lon Moshe & Southern Freedom Arkestra
Exclusive Edition: »Love Is Where The Spirit Lies«
Strut has just released »Love Is Where The Spirit Lies« by Lon Moshe & Southern Freedom Arkestra. This is the first reissue since 1977. And we have an exclusive Yellow Vinyl Edition available.
Music List | posted 07.01.2021
Aaron Frazer
10 All Time Favs
»Introducing« is the name of Aaron Frazer’s first solo album. As the drummer of Durand Jones & The Indications, however, he is by no means an unknown name. So musically it’s off to the sixties. He tells us what actually influenced him musically.
Music Portrait | posted 03.11.2020
Mort Garson
Music for plants and people
He was involved in over 900 songs and reached number 1 on the Billboard charts, but Mort Garson’s current fame is based on an encounter with Bob Moog, whom he persuaded to give him one of his synthesizers. A rediscovery.
Music Portrait | posted 17.12.2020
On The Corner
Bangers for the backroom
With his label On the Corner Records, Pete Buckenham serves a heady stew of afro-futuristic jazz concepts and contemporary street grooves beyond the genre ascriptions, and is opening the gates to the sound universe of tomorrow.