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Greg Ward releases Stomping Off From Greenwood

Saxophonist Greg Ward has played with such diverse artists as Tortoise, Lupe Fiasco, and Makaya McCraven, but is striking out on his own again with Stomping Off From Greenwood. This new album drops today, January 11th, via Greenleaf Music and finds Ward teaming up with Matt Gold (guitar & effects), Dave Miller (guitar & effects), Matt Ulery (acoustic & electric bass), and Quin Kirchner (drums).

The album is the follow-up to his 2016 Greenleaf debut, Touch My Beloved’s Thought, as was recorded after the group spent a month together in residency. The album features 8 original jazz compositions and a fresh take on the standard “Stardust”.

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Ahab Rex "January Eyes"

Ahab Rex is back and has enlisted some help from several talented friends for his new album January Eyes. For this project he has enlisted Ivan Russia of Mr. Russia, Chris Connelly, Robert Hyman of [melter] & TH Inc, Sam Vicari, Brooke Cassell, Right-Eye Rita, and many more.

The album’s lead single is called “Distorted Flowers and is accompanied by the video below. Rex has a unique vocal style that may take a minute to acclimate to, but is rewarding and nostalgic. It is a low gravely whisper in the vain of Tom Waits, but in the softer side of that sounds.

The album is cinematic in a film noir sense of theater and performance, and is captivating from start to finish.

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Reverent "Long Wave Sermon"

Reverent is preparing to release his latest album, Long Wave Sermon, tomorrow, January 4th, via American Damage. This is the dark experimental music of Jordan Reyes, and his first album as Reverent since 2017.

We are proud to be able to premier the first single from the album, “Coke”.

You can help Reverent celebrate the release of Long Wave Sermon on January 9th at Elastic Arts with Toupee, Forest Management, and Forced Into Femininity.

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Zøume brings industrial-metal to the Knit on 12.21

Industrial rock seems to be experiencing a timid reinassaince in NYC - and that's better than nothing, considering how much of a niche genre it is. Brooklyn quartet Zoume is blending the genre's clangy electronic sounds and apocalyptic atmospheres with post-hardcore, metalcore, and even hip hop influences, forging an imaginative hybrid bound to become the soundtrack of anybody's favorite nightmares. Those interested in a radical break from Christmas music should not miss their show at The Knitting Factory on December 21st.

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Lili K "Joy To The World"

Lili K has released a festive new single called “Joy To The World”. This is here and her band’s take on this Christmas classic. This is the jazz vocalist's second single of 2018, following-up “Best Friends” which was released earlier this year. Lili is preparing to release her sophomore album, Planet of Flowers, in the coming months.

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