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Notable Music Co. 50 years of music, lyrics & voices

23 1024x823 Notable Music Co. 50 years of music, lyrics & voicesCelebrate with us HERE.

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Kendra Morris – Pow

Kendra Morris is obsessed with the supernatural, which is evidenced on her debut album Banshee available next Tuesday, Aug 28th via Wax Poetics Records. We’re very excited to bring you a peek into the dark heart of the album with the third single, “Pow“, full of voodoo, witchcraft…and a menacing love.

serpent friend, take me home to your mother
where I can sit with you, serve me venom for dinner

Soundcheck is streaming the entire album for one week starting now, listen HERE. You can also pre-order the cd and vinyl HERE.

Come celebrate Kendra Morris live at the Banshee Record Release Show – August 28th, – 8p – Mercury Lounge – 217 East Houston St. NYC.

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Published by Boombox Amerika (ASCAP) & Modern Savage (BMI) c/o Notable Music Co.
Administered by Notable Wax Music Publishing LLC & Music In Context LLC
Master controlled by Wax Poetics/Notable Music Co.
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Kendra Morris – The Realness

artworks 000028834783 amgmj8 original2 Kendra Morris   The RealnessFrom Wax Poetics Magazine: In June 2001, New York City still had a sense of innocence about it, and the music on the radio reflected that. Many of us complained that hip-hop was in its dying state, and R&B seemed long dead. Lyrics were throwaway, and albums were afterthoughts. But sampling started to make a small comeback, and the Mary Jane Girls came back to life with J.Lo and Ja Rule’s “I’m Real” remix. These types of singer/rapper pairings were the rage, and they often became hits (“I’m Real” spent 25 weeks on the charts). The world is much more complicated now, but it’s natural to be nostalgic about a time that was less serious, and more than a decade has given us new context for music we might have once disregarded. And let’s be honest, we love a fun song for the sake of music itself. For the final track of our cover series, Wax Poetics Records artist Kendra Morris and singer Godforbid (of That Handsome Devil) channel that lightheartedness with their version of “I’m Real“, with producer Jeremy Page bringing back mid-90′s NYC beats. Thanks to Vibe for premiering the track.

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The Bonebrake Syncopators swing a little Coleman

BSplayColeman hyphen 1024x1024 The Bonebrake Syncopators swing a little ColemanPlease visit your favorite digital retailer today and pick up the new ep by The Bonebrake Syncopators, The Bonebrake Syncopators Play Coleman. Featuring D.J. Bonebrake (X, Michael Penn, Victoria Williams, Syd Straw) on vibraphone, T.K. Smith (Big Sandy and the Fly Rite Trio) on electric guitar, Jeremy Wakefield (Asleep at the Wheel) on steel guitar, Wally Hersom (Big Sandy and the Fly Rite Trio) on upright bass and Dave Sutckey (Lucky Stars) on drums and vocals, the Bonebrake Syncopators give four classic Cy Coleman standards an eclectic & danceable sound that combines traditional jazz, be-bop, and Western swing. To buy on iTunes click HERE.

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