James Alphonse Reveals “What Are We Doing Here”

In his final year of high school in Hamilton, Ontario, James Alphonse received a diagnosis for a chronic illness that he thought would end his ability to perform. He disengaged from a lot of the activities that gave him pleasure until the community from his university and music scene encouraged him to return. Their kind…

Blue Engine Records Announces New Album “The Ever Fonky Lowdown” Performed by Jazz at Lincoln Center with Wynton Marsalis

New York, NY (August 12, 2020) Wynton Marsalis’s exploration of socio-cultural and political issues has yielded some of his most inspired and provocative work over the last four decades including the GRAMMYⓇ Award-winning Black Codes (From the Underground) in 1985, Blood on the Fields ─ the first jazz composition ever to win a Pulitzer Prize─ in 1996, All Rise in 2002 (performed by Symphonic…

Treasure ‘Isolation’

Born in North West London, Treasure’s family relocated to the Countryside in the early 2000’s trading the busy city life for the suburban serenity, a feeling present throughout his catalogue. Inspired by the likes of Frank Ocean, Choker, HOMESHAKE, The Internet and D’Angelo, his laidback production and genre-merging tendencies provide a nostalgia based backdrop for…

dekleyn ‘What We Could Be’

Over the last few months Australian duo dekleyn have given us a few outstanding singles (See Right Through Me, One More Night & Who We Are) while making promise of their self-titled debut album coming our way in October, but before we get to that they’re giving us another peek with new single, ‘What We…