Stream Black Jazz Consortium's New Album
- Words: Brandon O'Connor
Last fall, NYC house producer Fred P (a.k.a. Black Jazz Consortium) released the first installment of Codes and Metaphors, a three-part series that would eventually become a proper LP. Though it took nearly half a year to complete the trilogy—the third volume found its release only a month ago—the complete album will drop later this month, and has already been made available to stream in full. Materialized via Fred P's own Soul People Music imprint, the full-length doesn't include the featured remixes from the previous installments, which came courtesy of Simbad, Jus-Ed, and Aybee, but it does have some additional original efforts. Resident Advisor has the featured stream, which you can check out here.
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