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Miles Davis’ unreleased album from 1985, Rubberband, to be released later this year in September

Miles Davis’ unreleased album from 1985, Rubberband, to be released later this year in September

Jazz legend Miles Davis’ unreleased album Rubberband is finally seeing the light of day – more than 30 years after it was initially recorded. On 13... Read more »
Ranking five of the best Tyler, The Creator features

Ranking five of the best Tyler, The Creator features

Every once in a while, an artist will experience a moment. It usually coincides with a life-defining, reputation-elevating release that bequeaths u... Read more »
The Bill Frisell Trio puts on a riveting, spectacular show at debut Singapore performance for SIFA 2019 – gig report

The Bill Frisell Trio puts on a riveting, spectacular show at debut Singapore performance for SIFA 2019 – gig report

A smile can say it all.  Throughout, and, most pronouncedly, at the end of his first-ever show in Singapore, Bill Frisell and his two bandmates,... Read more »
Jazz, Pop, Music in Multimedia newly added to GCE ‘O’ Level Music syllabus

Jazz, Pop, Music in Multimedia newly added to GCE ‘O’ Level Music syllabus

A revised syllabus for the GCE ‘Ordinary’ Level music subject was unveiled by the Education Minister, Mr Ong Ye Kung in his address at the Lion Cit... Read more »
Celebrate International Jazz Day with Aya Sekine, Tim De Cotta and more

Celebrate International Jazz Day with Aya Sekine, Tim De Cotta and more

International Jazz Day will be upon us again! For the third year running, arts organisation We Love Jazz SG or WLJSG has lined up a slew of activit... Read more »
"It's not just dotting the I’s and crossing the T’s that creates good art": An interview with Chok Kerong

"It's not just dotting the I’s and crossing the T’s that creates good art": An interview with Chok Kerong

As long as some people have it in them to chase after the sublime, we will be okay. As a pianist, organist and composer Chok Kerong’s endeavours ha... Read more »
"It’s going to be swinging as hell": An interview with Singaporean jazz hero Jeremy Monteiro

"It’s going to be swinging as hell": An interview with Singaporean jazz hero Jeremy Monteiro

The King of Swing – a lofty and formidable honorific status. It implies an esteem and power distinctly creative and sublime, which is why t... Read more »
Kamasi Washington shares riveting music video for 'Hub-Tones'

Kamasi Washington shares riveting music video for 'Hub-Tones'

Kamasi Washington, who played one of the best gigs of the year in Singapore this year, has released a new visual from his third album, Heaven and E... Read more »
Michael Bublé announces retirement from music

Michael Bublé announces retirement from music

Has the time come to bid adieu to Michael Bublé? In a recent interview with The Daily Mail, the Canadian singer announced his retirement from mu... Read more »
Grammy Award-winning Jazz bassist Richard Bona to perform in Singapore

Grammy Award-winning Jazz bassist Richard Bona to perform in Singapore

Richard Bona is coming to Singapore.  The Grammy Award-winning Cameroonian jazz bassist and vocalist will be bringing his mesmerising blends of ... Read more »
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