“Bird on a Wire (Song for Mo)” is the latest Smooth Jazz single from The Groove Project. Their album “Flights of Fantasy” drops on 6/26.
The Groove Project is a Jazz super-group fronted by Grammy nominated artist, composer, and producer Arun Shenoy. His cohorts include co-producer Matthew Shell, saxophonist Marcus Mitchell, and pianist Lonnie Park. All are world-class musicians who have previously worked with the likes of Merle Haggard, Marcus Johnson, and Destiny’s Child. Grooving on a Theme The ensemble […]
We first heard from The Groove Project last month when they released “Pilot.” That was an easy-breezy smooth Jazz chillout. The song had a great early-eighties fusion Jazz sound. The group’s follow-up single “First Flight” continues on the same vibe. However, this tune has a little more groove in its step. The drums, bass, and […]
“Out West” is the excellent new 8-track collection of country-tinged jam-band nuggets from Richmond, VA rock/americana quintet, Pet Moose Project
Project21 is a new collaborative network of artists creating socially conscious genre-bending music. The group is the brainchild of German artist, Y’urs.
“In Spite Of” is a brand new single from Boston musician Bob DiNozzi’s Dyno Project. The song is a 70’s rock radio inspired tale of love & confusion.
On his new ‘Dyno Project,’ veteran Boston musician, composer and producer Bob (Dyno) DiNozzi summons the sweet Jazz/Pop sounds of the 1970’s
“Heading to Myself” is the brand new single and video from Joe Kinzig’s international collaborative rock project, Joe’s Groove Huddle.
We first heard from Project21 in June upon the release of their debut single “Out of the Dark.” That track introduced a genre-bending new anarchic and avant-garde collaborative musical project. With German composer and producer Y’urs at the helm, the group makes provocative, socially conscious and politically charged music. In both substance and subject matter, […]
Bob DiNozzi’s Pop/Jazz collaborative Dyno Project returns with the Bossa Nova groove of “Son (Something Went Wrong)” featuring Steve Heck and Chet Chester.