The collection features seven designs based on iconic Blue Note album covers.
A history of Detroit music is wider-ranging than almost any other city’s. Everything from blues to soul and techno calls Motor City home.
This definitive edition produced by Zev Feldman and David Weiss will be available as an 8-CD set and a limited-edition 12-LP all-analog 180g vinyl set.
The June 12 event celebrates the first anniversary of the album’s original release.
Featuring Ghetto Boy, the track also leads off the duo’s new Blue Note EP, ‘We Will Rise’.
“Melissa Aldana is one of the foremost musician/composers of her generation,” says Blue Note President Don Was.
The festival will feature in-person concerts both indoors at the storied Greenwich Village venue and outdoors at SummerStage in Central Park.
Across three sessions, from 1952 to 1954, Miles Davis recorded the majority of the sides he would release on Blue Note, with many jazz icons behind him.
The collection includes instrumentals from visionary lo-fi producers like Moods, Hallucination Orbit, Shrimpnose, and more.
The virtuoso guitarist's new album is set for release on June 11
GGP/RMX is set for release on May 7 and also includes remixes from Squarepusher, Cornelius, The Portico Quartet and more.
Lo-Fi series ‘Bluewerks’ marks a new collaboration between Astralwerks and Blue Note Records.
The track also features on the Grammy-wnning singer, songwriter, and pianist’s first-ever live album ‘Til We Meet Again', due out out April 16 on Blue Note.
The Grammy Museum has announced its April schedule featuring programs planned in celebration of Jazz Appreciation Month.
For his sixth album since rejoining Blue Note in 2015, Lloyd presents The Marvels without guest vocalists for the first time on a dynamic nine-song set.