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HarlemTrends presents – JAZZ : Past Meets Present

We are happy to bring you our new podcast “HarlemTrends presents – JAZZ : Past Meets Present”  mixed for HarlemTrends by friend to the blog RhythmDB.  This is a follow up to our “Soulful Mix” podcast we posted in January 2012.

The Harlem Stage Gatehouse presents A Tribe Called Quest: Innovation and Legacies March 2

  We are excited about the upcoming event located at The Harlem Stage Gatehouse on 150 Convent Ave. at W. 135 St. where trumpeter and composer Igmar Thomas leads Revive Da Live Big Band and special guests to perform a musical tribute to

Harlem Trends Presents “Soulful 2012” Music Podcast

As we settle in to the New Year,  we are launching our Harlem Trends Presents series of music podcasts – free downloads for your listening pleasure.  We kick things off here with “Soulful 2012”, a selection of silky soul, r&b, Hip-Hop and House music compiled by

Nicholas Payton: Creator of BAM and the Savior of Archaic Pop

Nicholas Payton is, in his own words, leading a revolution in creative free thought.  Coming from a musical family (His father, the legendary Walter Payton who passed away in 2010; his mother, an accomplished vocalist and pianist), he’s a true

Must See Films – Harlem’s 6th Annual African Diaspora International Summer Film Series

By Mico | HarlemTrends The African Diaspora File Festival (ADFF) was created in 1993 and presents films that reflect images, life and culture from Africa and the African Diaspora to diverse audiences.  Films feature but are not limited to the

The 5 and Diamond with DJ ShortyLove

  What a great way to start off the work week with an early evening after work event every Monday night in lower Harlem. Tonight and every Monday night at The 5 and Diamond come check out Harlem’s own DJ

Red Rooster Celebrates Thanksgiving

  For those of you looking for an excuse not to cook this Thanksgiving, a friend at Red Rooster brought to our attention that November 24 they will be having a Thanksgiving Celebration for the first time.  Upstairs, a prix-fixe

Parlor Jazz Harlem’s Best Kept Secret

For the last 19 years, Peoples Hall of Fame recipient Marjorie Eliot and her formidable group of serious jazz greats assemble to deliver a very heavy 2 hours of jazz music for the 50 guests who have been fortunate enough