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June 8-12.

Essentially Ellington Festival

体育投注网平台For twenty-five years now, Jazz at Lincoln Center has been throwing teen-agers into the lions’ den with the Essentially Ellington Festival competition, which asks high-school students to take on the...

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Foul Play: “Origins”

体育投注网平台The London dance trio Foul Play was a short-lived proposition—begun in 1992, it didn’t last beyond 1993. But the group’s handful of twelve-inch singles epitomized a...

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Future: “High Off Life”

The Atlanta rapper Future体育投注网平台 intended his latest album, “High Off Life,” to be a dopamine blitz during a bleak time&...

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Gunna: “Wunna”

体育投注网平台The Atlanta rapper Gunna recently evoked his zodiac sign—he’s a Gemini—to explain why he titled his new album “Wunna.” The name, he says, refers to...

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John Lee Hooker: “The Sensation Recordings”

Of all the canonical postwar bluesmen, John Lee Hooker was the most deliberately primitive: with only a guitar and one stomping foot, he was as forcefully rhythmic as any band,...

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Matthew Shipp: “The Piano Equation”

Matthew Shipp’s new solo recording, “The Piano Equation,” may be tinged with a gray-day mood, but its sobering clarity provides something of a musical pick-me-up. With their spiky lyricism,...

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Muzz: “Muzz”

The chic new trio Muzz unites the Interpol singer Paul Banks with the producer and multi-instrumentalist Josh Kaufman and the drummer Matt Barrick, who played in the fondly remembered bands...

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Sweet Spirit: “Trinidad”

On Sweet Spirit’s 2017 record, “St. Mojo,” its lead singer, Sabrina Ellis, self-identified as someone who “laughed at teacher, partied under the bleacher, and drank” to the sound of...

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Woods: “Strange to Explain”

体育投注网平台Although Woods has unleashed albums in a torrent for more than a decade, its musicians live in the shadow of their extracurricular activities. Woodsist, the impressive label manned by the...

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Yung Lean: “Starz”

体育投注网平台The Swedish rapper Yung Lean finished his latest album, “Starz,” in a makeshift studio atop an abandoned ballet school that he insists was haunted—he joked recently that a...

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