In Listening Back, we chronicle the happenings at The Camel’s free weekly jazz series on Tuesday nights. Be there if you can. But if you can’t, stop by here every Saturday for a recap in sights and sounds. This week, New York-based Mara Rosenbloom Quartet (featuring native Virginian Darius Jones) hit Richmond on their tour and continued the series.
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Bassist Trevor Dunn and Proofreaders play Balliceaux on Saturday night, No BS! Brass on Thursday. Dunn prepares us for the shape of jazz to come this weekend.
Little Women set out to collectively write a suite that’s at once as tight as great metal and as sonically adventurous as the mind can possibly comprehend. Not only do they do it, but they set the bar insanely high for anyone wishing to do the same.
Native Virginian Darius Jones talks about his most recent release, Man’ish Boy (A Raw & Beautiful Thing), which has him collaborating with two of his mentors, drummer Rakalam Bob Moses and pianist and diddley-bo player Cooper-Moore.
Richmond native Darius Jones is coming home this Sunday, December 16, with his Brooklyn-based group Little Women. Richmond’s own Glows in the Dark, led by guitarist Scott Burton, will open the show at Rumors Boutique. Perhaps aptly dubbed “deranged psycho music” by one of the band member’s mothers, Little Women can be characterized by their […]