Posts Tagged ‘Miles Davis’ // rss

Rudresh Mahanthappa Brings “Gamak” to San Diego


Rudresh Mahanthappa

The NYC virtuoso is coming to town on Sunday



Poetic Memory: A Scribe Amidst the Lions (List)


The San Diego band has an EP-release show coming up



Review: Ray Manzarek; February 28, 2010; Anthology, San Diego


The Doors keyboardist treats the crowd at Anthology to an intimate show.



Interview: Shapes of Future Frames


The San Diego buzz band discusses its new EP.



Poetic Memory: Cougar (List)


Cougar

Cougar, Madison Wisconsin’s all-foxy-grandma-instrumental-post-rock band, just released their sophomore effort, Patriot. Along with it came two starkly different—yet excellent—singles,”Stay Famous” (MP3) and “Foil Épée Sabre” (MP3, EP only). “Stay Famous” plays with old-school indie dynamics, while “Sabre”, a meandering folky piece, may or may not have something to do with fencing. You can check out […]



Poetic Memory: Jeremy Davenport (List)


Jeremy Davenport

Jazz trumpeter Jeremy Davenport was raised by a music educator mother and a father who plays trombone with the St. Louis Philharmonic. Despite this, it took a childhood encounter with Wynton Marsalis to truly inspire Davenport; soon, he went on to study at the University of New Orleans with Marsalis’ father, Ellis. Davenport has toured […]



Poetic Memory: Wheat (List)


Cat Stevens

For this edition of Poetic Memory, Wheat drummer Brendan Harney summed up his intentions better than we could’ve: The visual aspect of music and images associated with sound, melody, etc. have always played a major role in what we do as a band. So, as I mined that a bit, I started to think about […]