Black Stax

Black Stax Live at the Triple Door Release

Today we are proud to announce the release of our new project. Take a look at the video and article below for a sneak-peak of our new music project, “Black Stax Live” available for purchase today!

Check out a recent article published on the project, “Jazz just got cool again: Black Stax goes live & direct at Triple Door.”

Cover Art

Cover Art

Get a Free Copy of our Debut Album, “Talking Buildings.”

Check out our free CD giveaway on Brandbuddee!

Breaking BS Podcast with new tracks for ya!

Check out Flava News Presents: Online Radio by Flava News Radio | Blog Talk Radio for any and all NEW music from us in out feature show, “Breaking BS.”

Stream our new single “Black English.”

Stream “Talking Buildings” for Free!

Check us out at the link and stream our debut album for free: http://grooveshark.com/album/Talking+Buildings/8999195

TAF Presents Black Stax featuring Felicia Loud and Silent Lambs Project

STEM + ART

STEM + ART

Playing the Hard Rock in Seattle.

Black Stax Hard Rock Seattle

Breaking BS episode 1

Lady Flava of  Flava News introduces a new radio show especially for us and is the first place you can hear news and new music leaks from us.  On this installment of “Breaking BS” Jace Ecaj speaks  about Seattle hip hop and confirms plans to release some new music hot from our “Creative Kitchen.”  Also, Lady Flava features this weeks leak, “Abandoned,”  produced by Raw Fingers Recorded & Mixed at ATB by Rob Castro. Take a peak into the mind-state of Jace Ecaj, and learn ‘where’s the Love’ in Seattle hip hop.

New Music Leak

“Abandoned” - prod. by Raw Fingers Recorded & Mixed at ATB by Rob Castro.  Black Stax is compiled of many elements that Complete this sound. Go into the mind-state of Jace Ecaj and see where’s the love.

Trumpeting all over the world!

Black Stax’s member and trumpet player, Owuor Arunga, is tearing up stages all over the world with Macklemore (yes, that glorious trumpet is the same you hear featured in our music!)  Transending genre, and playing on  he first Kenyan to appear on Letterman.  We are so proud of him!Owuor Arunga

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