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Jerry Paper Creates Existential Grooves on ‘Like a Baby’

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L.A.’s Lucas Nathan, known professionally by his pseudonym Jerry Paper, covers ripe psychological territory on his latest, Like a Baby, spinning together characters from the ethereal threads of masterfully placed grooves, whimsical instrumentation, and simple imagery. On the album, Nathan draws on the seemingly disparate soundscapes of Steely Dan; the dreamy, intricate Japanese electronic music… Read More

Episode 205 : Ron Regev, Chief Music Officer for Tonara


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Learning to play a musical instrument presents a number of winding paths for students. Besides needing to learn concepts related to music theory, students must also integrate their conceptual understanding with development of fine motor skills. Often overlooked is the affective dimension of learning. How can music educators keep students motivated to practice so that… Read More