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Check out our “Influences 2.0” design which takes stylistic cues from pop art and graffiti and fuses them with SHAOLIN JAZZ’s more specific cultural influences of hip-hop, jazz, and martial arts.
To customize this design on a range of apparel and or home goods click here.
We’ve been holding onto this one for a minute, but we’re extremely excited to announce that SHAOLIN JAZZ was recently selected to be apart of the Kennedy Center’s 2018-2019 Hip-Hop Culture Season, where we’ll be conducting a special edition of our CAN I KICK IT? engagement (on Saturday December 8th) and will be screening the 1979 cult classic The Warriors.
We’ve got more details to follow, but for tickets and additional info click here.
Here’s a quick look at our collaborative T-Shirt that we did with our friends at Corinto Gallery featuring our Ninja Vuitton design.
The tee will be available tomorrow Fri Aug 3rd at our CAN I KICK IT? screening of Legendary Weapons of Kung Fu at the Freer | Sackler Gallery’s Made in Hong Kong Film Festival. Doors open at 5 PM. For more info click here.
Today, at 6 PM, Know Your Scene, presented by music magazine DC Music Download, will be interviewing SHAOLIN JAZZ about our upcoming CAN I KICK IT? outdoor screenings at Freedom Plaza and our other projects and multimedia engagements. Listen live at 6 PM by clicking here.
Know Your Scene spotlights some of the most influential and interesting people who shape D.C.’s music scene. Each episode offers an in-depth look into what’s happening inside the nation’s capital through topical discussions and interviews, spotlighting the music community’s unique DIY ethos and independent spirit.
Our recent performance of SHAOLIN JAZZ L!VE, which quickly became a standing-room-only event, was, hands-down, one of our top 3 best performances to date and the fact that we conducted it at the Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum (in the heart of SE DC) to both kick-off their Jazz Appreciation Month programming as well as in conjunction with the opening of their new A Right to the City exhibition made it all the more special.
Thanks to Perry and Marcia for bringing us, thanks to Sound of the City (band) for again allowing us to realize our vision through your musical talents, and props to everyone who attended making it a truly memorable show in, by, and for the city.
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Tomorrow, from 10 PM – 12 AM, listen in as we take-over Capitol iLL Radio (89.3 FM WPFW) playing tracks from our new project “Sweet Nancy from Shaolin,” select tracks from our catalog, jazz inspired rap music, and talking to SHAOLIN JAZZ friends and family. To listen at 10 PM click here.
Last Friday we had the pleasure of conducting SHAOLIN JAZZ L!VE at intimate invite-only affair at NYU’s DC campus. Props to Brian for bringing us back as well as capturing some dope shots and for the full recap click Read the rest of this entry
We’re pleased to announce that the Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum has asked us to conduct SHAOLIN JAZZ L!VE as apart of their Jazz Appreciation Month celebration. Join us on Saturday April 28th, 2 PM – 4 PM, and its free. For more info/RSVP click here.
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Introducing our latest multimedia engagement: SHAOLIN JAZZ A/V (AUDIOVISUAL) – an audio/video journey through the worlds of hip-hop, jazz, and martial arts. DJ 2-Tone combines the art of DJing with video-mixing in an innovative multimedia experience that explores the music that has inspired the SHAOLIN JAZZ catalog in sync with moving visuals, select music videos, and clips from iconic martial arts films and vintage flicks. For booking/inquiries: email@example.com and for visuals click Read the rest of this entry