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On February 25, D.C. jazz fans got a rare treat at Georgetown’s Blues Alley: the debut of a brand new big band. The KW big band features 18 musicians, who collectively perform the compositions and arrangements of guitarist Michael Kramer and pianist Tim Whalen, who also lead the band and provide the titular initials. 

B.A.D.A Drops a Statement about Injustice With “Sound of Violence”

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While trying to stand out in the overpopulated electronic-indie-pop scene is an ambitious mission.

This is how the duo of NY/LA based artist/producer/multi-instrumentalist Carey Clayton and brazilian artists/producer Pedro Cesario created B.A.D.A.

 

The NPR-featured self-produced trilingual visual album was recorded throughout 2019 in a cabin in Woodstock NY, the Abbey Road studios in London by the hands of John Barret (James Bay, Daniel Ceaser, George Ezra) – where features of fellow musicians Emmavie, Rayon and the British Youth Choir were added – and then finished in Clayton`s bedroom in Greenpoint Brooklyn, with mixings by Luke Moelman (synth pop duo Great Goof Fine Ok) and masterings by Chris Gheringuer (Lizzo, Janele Monale, Harry Styles).

 

“We had the opportunity to collaborate with amazing people, but 98% of the recording process happened in isolation” says Pedro.

 

Their newest track is called “Sounds of Violence” and it has some amazing vocals to really get the listener in their feels. The song makes you really think about the state of the world currently. It combines both psychedelic elements with some funk. Check out the track below.

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Linda Perry: “A Series Of Gut Feelings”

As the leader of nineties pop rockers 4 Non Blondes Linda Perry broke down barriers in the male dominates music business and created one of the decade’s most catchy songs: “What’s Up?” Perry released one stellar album with the band before going out on her own.

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