Tag: Snarky Puppy

1 April 2019

Album Review: Snarky Puppy – Immigrance

Snarky Puppy Immigrance (GroundUP Music) The eagerly waited, much touted follow-up to 2016’s Culcha Vulcha, sees Michael League at the head of his “pop band that improvises a lot, without vocals” deploying a host of musicians in a typically wide-ranging, ambitious but accessible melange of contemporary fusion. There’s no Cory Henry this time, but Bobby […]

9 June 2014

Bill Laurance Interview

UK pianist Bill Laurance was one of the original members of Snarky Puppy. Here he talks about his new album and answers questions from one of our readers.   Tell us about your latest album, Flint, and how it all came about.     “Flint is the result of 10 years of searching and not always […]

12 May 2014

Live Review: Snarky Puppy at Coalition

Snarky Puppy Coalition, Brighton Monday 5th May, 2014   Hailing from Brooklyn, NY, Snarky Puppy carried their infectious, powerhouse grooves across the ocean to a sold out crowd at Brighton’s Coalition nightclub and they lapped it up. Though not the greatest live performance venue, the band didn’t seem perturbed and delivered without reservation. Bandleader and […]

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