8 Songs, 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The latest album from Grammy-winning jazz ensemble Snarky Puppy takes inspiration from its members, sourced from all over the world. Produced by bassist-composer and founder Michael League, the richly instrumental and spiritual Immigrance celebrates multiculturalism and calls for a revaluing of human connection and harmony. This message resonates throughout the album’s sound palette with compositions like “Xavi”, inspired by Moroccan Chaabi groove, and the jazz-funk beat of “Bad Kids to the Back”.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The latest album from Grammy-winning jazz ensemble Snarky Puppy takes inspiration from its members, sourced from all over the world. Produced by bassist-composer and founder Michael League, the richly instrumental and spiritual Immigrance celebrates multiculturalism and calls for a revaluing of human connection and harmony. This message resonates throughout the album’s sound palette with compositions like “Xavi”, inspired by Moroccan Chaabi groove, and the jazz-funk beat of “Bad Kids to the Back”.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
33 Ratings
33 Ratings
chris22119 ,

Okay but not great.

This album is bland and uninspired. Gone are the days of where Snarky Puppy put out dynamic albums like “We like it here”, “Ground Up” and “Bring Us the Bright”. Even the last time I saw them live was lack luster. It’s seem like they’re getting too comfortable and not pushing the envelope. Hope they take more chances with future releases.

hffyiuuddfhikjh ,

Expected Better

Huge fan of We Like It Here and GroundUp. Lately they just seem comfortable being an average jazz band. Not pushing themselves when it comes to writing music. Still much better than most music being out there these days. Still when it comes to Snarky Puppy, a huge disappointment.

WesHolley ,

This album is just okay.

I was really excited to preorder this album. I have listened to it three times already and it is just not very memorable. Sorry, I still love Snarky Puppy but have to be honest.

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