5ohm Radio launched today, featuring the music of local Sacramento and Norther California musicians such as our own Poor Majesty, as well as Bru Lei, Nome Nomadd, Mahtie Bush, DLRN and Stevie Nader, amongst others. For now the station will focus on pop music during the day, and jazz artists at night. On Thursday evenings … Read More
From the Pretty Wild Bin: Nine Inch Nails is apparently release an EP late last year, and sent their followers a graphic page that contained an envelope with a black dust. On the package were warnings: “This will make a mess.” I’ve always said that Trent Reznor is a bit of a genius. http://pitchfork.com/news/71628-nine-inch-nails-send-fans-packages-with-mysterious-black-powder/
Some new music developed for BIRCH, a life inspiration and yoga brand out of California. This music is used for the videos featuring the inspirational Stephanie Birch. Check it out and let me know what you think. https://soundcloud.com/12va/bold-fearless-and-free-anonveda-b-i-r-c-h
Purchase your copy of GroundSwell RMX right here on 5ohm.com. 8 terrific downtempo tracks remixed from the original GroundSwell release. You can also find it on iTunes under The Jazz Subversives.
Trade Winds is a series of music collaborations created by NYC bassist Matt Geraghty and Brazilian saxophonist Ze Luis. They spent 21 days in Cuba with different musicians each day, travel along the historic triangle trade route, exploring the history and evolution of music through improvised compositions. For futher details, please check out http://www.mgp21.com/#about
From Radiohead’s new album A Moon Shaped Pool
Some Other Time is the never before released 1968 studio album by Bill Evans in Duo, Trio and Solo with Eddie Gomez and Jack Dejohnette. Unique studio recording made on June 20, 1968, five days after the Bill Evans Trio’s triumphant performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival.
Here is one of the first tracks recorded for GroundSwell that didn’t make it onto the record. GroundSwell actually had a whole other release that was scrapped in favor of the record that was released. Composer J. William Johnson thought the original sounded “too jazzy.” Did you know that the final record was influenced by post rock … Read More
Ever wonder what John Lennon’s piano looked like? This is the piano he used to compose “Imagine” and a lot of his other earlier work post-Beatles. It was bought in by George Michael when the owner put it up for Auction in 2000. He paid around $2 million for it. It had been in the Beatle’s Museum … Read More
Two cool things: Nik Bärtsch and the record label ECM. Bärtsch has a new record coming out this month–probably next Tuesday–will be a great record with which to get work done. BTW: ECM isn’t on Spotify or Rhapsody (good for them!), so check it out on iTunes. It’s probably like $11 for over an hour … Read More