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Genre > Jazz
IV (Out Of Stock)BADBADBADNOTGOOD is the talented young quartet of Matthew Tavares on keys, Chester Hansen on bass, Alex Sowinski on drums & Leland Whitty on saxophone. They formed and became inseparable friends at Humber College's Music Performance program in 2011 and have been on a critically acclaimed, rule bending musical journey ever since.
BBNG took the music world by storm with their 2014 LP, III, a brash yet refined record of angular jazz improvisations, lush ballads, kraut rock, & futuristic hip-hop tinged rhythms which led to a couple years of touring the world & collaborating with some of the best and brightest artists around the globe.
The boys are back with the new album IV, their most impressive and highly anticipated project yet. IV continues their forward thinking progression, sounding something like a jam session in space between Can, John Coltrane, Herbie Hancock's Headhunters, Weather Report, Arthur Russell & MF DOOM. With tracks like "Time Moves Slow" featuring haunting vocals from Sam Herring of Future Islands, the syncopated groove of "Lavender," a collaboration with Montreal based producer Kaytranada, the rumbling fusion build of "Confessions Pt. II" featuring Colin Stetson on the bass sax, "Love" which is highlighted with smokey left field raps from Mick Jenkins & the epic chords of "Speaking Gently," IV is an exploration in post-genre virtuosity.1. And That, Too
2. Speaking Gently
3. Time Moves Slow (feat. Sam Herring)
4. Confessions Pt. II (feat. Colin Stetson)
5. Lavender (feat. KAYTRANADA)
6. Chompy's Paradise
8. Hyssop of Love (feat. Mick Jenkins)
9. Structure No. 3
10. In Your Eyes (feat. Charlotte Day Wilson)
$20.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs SealedTemporarily out of stock
There are few genres of music that can boast the influence that jazz music can, with the genres it has spawned ranging from funk to hip hop to ska.
While the name “jazz” encompasses several different types of music, most people will instantly think of that distinctive upbeat New Orleans sound, with blaring
While the name “jazz” encompasses several different types of music, most people will instantly think of that distinctive upbeat New Orleans sound, with blaring trumpets and running bass lines that harkens back to the days of big band music.
When it comes to the listening experience, vinyl and jazz are simply made for each other. Few things compare to throwing on a Louis Armstrong vinyl or an Ella Fitzgerald vinyl and letting yourself be transported back to a glorious time in the history of music.