Toronto jazz fusion trio BADBADNOTGOOD is getting ready to drop their third full-length album this year, and they’ve just sounded the alarm with the release of a new track titled “CS60.” Even the description box attached to this new song is virtually empty–well, except for ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)”–which drives me absolutely nuts. It’s only because the song leaves me with so many questions, though. For example, where did all of these fantastically lush sounds come from? Is the band working with a slew of guest musicians now? Who is producing?
All I know right now is I’m excited to hear the band approach instrumentation more ambitiously, because the results are sounding great so far!
Canadian jazz trio BADBADNOTGOOD drop a new original via their YouTube channel titled “Hedron,” and it’s one of the band’s more contemplative tracks. It can be downloaded via badbadnotgood.com, and I have reason to believe these guys should be dropping something later this year, so keep an ear out that for that.
Also, check a review of BBNG’s last full-length below:
BADBADNOTGOOD pulls together a pretty, uh, swag remix of Soulja Boy’s “Pretty Boy Swag.” Dig it! Also, check my review of their last album here.
Featuring Leland Whitty on sax, here’s a music video for a track from the new BADBADNOTGOOD album, BBNG2. It shows the band members walking into the shot to eat cereal as their respective instruments come into play in the actual song. It’s a clever idea, but now I really want some cereal. Damn…
Find a link to download BBNG2 here.
Download: BADBADNOTGOOD- BBNG2
Experimental jazz hop trio BADBADNOTGOOD has dropped its second full-length album, BBNG2. It’s available via the download linked above. After the group’s entertaining debut, how could you say “no”?
The album features Odd Future instrumental covers, and even takes on some tracks James Blake released last year on his self-titled debut. Some saxophone even makes it onto a few tracks here, which is played by Leland Whitty.
Can’t wait to dig into this! Linked above is the .mp3 version. Get the .flac version of the album here.
BADBADNOTGOOD drops its second live album, and as the band progresses, they’re getting more adventurous in the artists whose music they improv on. This time, we’re getting some reinventions of material from electronic music producer James Blake. Stream the live album above, or download it here.
Here’s a live video of the band performing “CMYK” and “DMZ.”