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Nextbop Interviews Chet Doxas

Sebastien Helary
Co-Founder
s.helary@nextbop.com / @helaryous

Chet Doxas, arguably one of Montreal’s most illustrious saxophonists, left my endearing hometown three years ago, off to pursue his dream in the bigger and better pastures of the Big Apple. His first project since his self-imposed exile, entitled Rich in Symbols, is set to drop September 8th on Ropeadope Records.

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The More the Merrier: A Call for Contributors

Sebastien Helary / Anthony Dean-Harris
Co-Founder / Editor-in-Chief
s.helary@nextbop.com / @helaryous | anthony.deanharris@nextbop.com / @i_ADH

Sporadically, we at Nextbop will send out a call for new contributors to the site. This is one of those instances. Nextbop is, and has always been, an open submission website meaning anyone, no matter how devoid of experience, is welcomed to collaborate posts and we will do our very best to nurture you as a writer. These contributions are, at this time, unpaid and on a volunteer basis, as even we do not profit from our work for the site and the revenue we are earning from banner ads is being saved up for a website redesign. So if you or someone you know is passionate about our mission statement of bringing jazz to the masses and feels their voice on the matter merits being heard, we strongly urge you to reach out to us, whether you’re a writer, a photographer, a videographer, a graphic designer or anyone else who might help us on this mission.

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Sounds For Sunday February 15 (Cover Edition)

Sebastien Helary
Co-Founder
s.helary@nextbop.com / @helaryous

Here’s a one hour DJ set curated by Nextbop featuring jazz covers of songs by Waka Flocka Flame, Watch The Throne, Odd Future, Britney Spears, Thom Yorke, Michael Jackson, Nirvana, Flying Lotus, Radiohead, Justin Timberlake, Disney’s The Jungle Book, and Beyonce, performed by BADBADNOTGOOD, the NEXT Collective, Yaron Herman, Christian Scott, Vijay Iyer, Brad Mehldau, The Stepkids, Lauren Desberg, Paul Anka, and the Puppini Sisters.

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Sounds For Sunday February 24

seb.
Co-Founder
s.helary [at] nextbop.com

Felt particularly inspired after checking out Darryl Reeves new Dillaquarium Mixtape and built this week's playlist off of his "Donut Man" track. This one is full of hidden gems so I can't wait to here what y'all think. Enjoy.

Darryl Reeves - Donut Man
Charlie Parker with Strings - Repetition (Mark de Clive-Lowe remix)
Daedelus x Kneebody - Platforming (remix cover collaboration)
Sam Babayan x Tigran Hamasyan - Baton Rouge Ballad
Jose James - Detroit Loveletters
Robert Glasper Experiment x Erykah Badu x Phonte - Afro Blue (9th Wonder's Blue Light Basement Remix)
Roy Hargrove - St. Denis
Louis Fouche - Softly as a Morning Sunrise
Michael Janisch - Sofa Stomp
The Bad Plus - Big Eater
Soko Rodrigo x Aaron Parks - Afterglow

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Louis Fouche's 'Subjective Mind' EP Out Now

seb.
Co-Founder
s.helary [at] nextbop.com

Alto saxophonist Louis Fouche, which you may have already heard alongside Christian Scott or Eddie Palmieri, released a three track EP a couple months ago. Subjective Mind features Nextbop favorites Romain Collin on keys, Luques Curtis on bass and Eric Doob on drums. Listen to the album in its entirety below and if you like what you hear, go cop yourself the download for $3 of the physical copy for $5 (Bandcamp, iTunes or Amazon MP3).