"Mage's music is fresh honest organic joy comin at ya"
"Great playing. Great songs. Intimate funky and beautiful."
"Jeremy's music is a soulful blend of heart, humor and skill."
"Unpredictable rhymes and rhythms…Mage is an imaginative and deft songwriter."
"There is an ElectroniCabaret feel that Jeremy Mage generates on his new album; one firmly in possession of timeless melodic values, that also speaks with intimate insight into our Post-Post Modern speeddatingwebsitedesperatetoconnectbingewatchinga.d.d.age. Underneath these well produced & crafted songs there is a raw yearning for human truth. AND I LOVE IT."
Jeremy Mage played B-3 organ in gospel church and broke his nose in a mosh pit, and then years later he broke it again on a Steinway grand piano. In between, he studied with Baba Olatunji, Alan Ginsberg, James Hurt, Fred Frith, Yusef Lateef, Srinivasan in Varanasi, and Pupy Pedroso in Havana. He toured worldwide as a multi instrumentalist with soul jazz artist Lizz Wright, afro beat queen Wunmi, and dub crew the Easy Star All Stars, and played on a Grammy winning album in 2012. The Magi , featuring musicians from Ghana, California, Brasil, and New York, (and even a background vocal cameo from Reggie Watts) weave a set of apocalyptic, hopeful songs.
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these minimalistic drums (and yet super creative and full of polyrythms) combined with catchy basslines and Idris Rahman's extraordinary play make this ep just unique and perfect - highly recommended StrangeFlow