En Fuego Jawns: Olivier St Louis - Butcher Brown - Aaron Taylor
Live in the Lab
What's Good, Good People!I trust all is well. It’s a new day, and a great time to discover new music. Today's show featured some scorching records by:DMV native and Berlin transplant Olivier St. Louishttp://olivierstlouis.com/The pride of Richmond, VA and one of the baddest bands in the land Butcher Brownhttps://butcherbrown.com/And the always suave, always dope, consistently great sounds of Aaron Taylorhttps://www.aaron-taylor.com/Don't forget to go to iamtheonemangang.com to get exclusive content, behind the scenes footage, and some cool merch.Email me some dope music to review:firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow me on Social Media:@iamthe1mangangThanks for your continued support!-1MG
Georgia Anne Muldrow, Hal Willner, Butcher Brown, Josh Johnson &More New Releases [Mondo Jazz 126-1]
Genre-bending, re-imaginings of masters past and present, and eclectic alliances of musicians from different scenes and background are at the heart of this week's roll-call of new and upcoming releases, with the latest albums by Jyoti (a.k.a. Georgia Anne Muldrow), and Hal Willner, deserving special attention. We wrap things up with Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah infusing electric-era Miles' "Guinnevere" with the spirit of "Sketches of Spain".The playlist also features Butcher Brown, Ezra Collective, Yaya Bey, Gil Scott-Heron, Makaya McCraven, Helga Davis, Lakecia Benjamin, Roy Ayers, Josh Johnson, Sean Khan and Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah.Detailed playlist at https://spinitron.com/RFB/pl/11596865/Mondo-Jazz (up to Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah).Happy listening!
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Ep. 73 Butcher Brown and Monday Night Football Feat. Corey Fonville
Keepin' It Candid with Kyle Hollis
Jonathan and I are back this week with a special guest, Corey Fonville! For this episode, we wanted to focus on music and there is no better guest to have than Corey. Corey is an established and highly regarded jazz musician. He is the drummer in the band Butcher Brown and they are based out of Richmond, VA. Be sure to visit www.ButcherBrown.com to order a copy of their newest album, King Butch.
As we unwrap the kraft paper on today’s act, let’s get one thing straight right away: Butcher Brown is a band not a person…and one hell of a band at that! Since 2015 Butcher Brown has made fine cuts into progressive jazz fusion, producing a charcuterie of hip-hop, funk, rock and soul, a sound that’s landed them opening spots for Kamasi Washington, a touring partnership with Lettuce, as well as KUTX heavy rotation folks like Natalie Prass, Foxygen, and Jack White. Their Roy Ayers meets Mahavishnu Orchestra meets Ronnie Laws meets Bob James meets P-Funk and J Dilla sound can be enjoyed on any day, and while their live shows have been pushed back to the fall (at the legendary Blue Note Jazz Club, no less) Butcher Brown has been keeping themselves sane with their #MothershipMonday series, a set of remotely recorded covers and a few outstanding originals. So ease off the pressure just a bit with this Southern hip-hop influenced self-referential bop, “King Butch”!
Episode 12: Jazz & Hip-Hop w/ Barney Artist & Corey Fonville (Butcher Brown)
Supreme Standards Podcast
We explore the modern connections between Jazz and hip-hop, drawing on records from J Dilla, Kendrick Lamar and Ahmad Jamal. Butcher Brown drummer Corey Fonville and East London rapper Barney Artist meet for the first time, chatting about the weight of their favourite hip-hop records, sampling - and of course, alternative lives!