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Petros Klampanis new album “CHROMA” out now

Petros Klampanis new album “CHROMA” out now

Petros Klampanis‘ Motéma Music debut, CHROMA, is out now!

On CHROMA, Klampanis explores the colors of human character, inspired by world events and personal experience. Chroma, the Greek word for “color,” masterfully employs a full spectrum of sonic colors to paint an introspective and emotionally daring artistic statement.

“This project arose from a question: What are the elements that compose each one of us, our personal characters, our individuality? The first answer that came to my mind is that character is composed of all the emotions, the thoughts and ideas, the fantasies and experiences that we have in our lifetimes. If we were to assign each of these elements a single color, then every one of us could be seen as a unique composition of colors, the mix of which results in our own, very personal shade. This is what I call CHROMA” –Petros Klampanis

Listen/Download here!

Gerald Clayton’s ‘Tributary Tales’ Now Available for Pre-Order

Gerald Clayton’s ‘Tributary Tales’ Now Available for Pre-Order

Gerald Clayton’s Motema debut, Tributary Tales,  is now available for pre-order! If you pre-order now, you’ll get the track “Soul Stomp” instantly!

Clayton traces paths of myriad streams – personal, experiential, intangible – that flow into one another, creating a musical narrative greater than the sum of his individual compositions.

“This project is a gathering of many things. The various encounters in my life are in their own way tributaries – every trip is somehow an opportunity to discover a new type of bend in the river.” -Gerald Clayton

Pre-order/Listen here!
Get/Stream “Soul Stomp”

 

 

Donny McCaslin featured in The Washington Post

Donny McCaslin featured in The Washington Post

Donny McCaslin was featured in The Washington Post, discussing his experience working with David Bowie, as well as his new album Beyond Now

“[Beyond Now], released in October, plays as both an extension of Blackstar, which won five Grammys last month, and an homage. McCaslin’s originals — like “Shake Loose,” “Glory” and the title track — pick up where Blackstar left off, with McCaslin’s shrieking sax leading hard-charging, often obtuse compositions that blur the line between jazz, rock and electronica.” – Rudi Greenberg, The Washington Post

Check out the piece here!

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