Patrick Jarenwattananon

Patrick Jarenwattananon appears in the following:

Fatal N.Y. Limo Crash Raises Safety Questions About 'Frankenstein' Vehicles

Tuesday, October 09, 2018

The stretch SUV that crashed in Schoharie had recently failed inspection, said Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Such modified vehicles often fall through the cracks of regulatory agencies.


Food, Fast: Feeding The Tour De France In 'Eat. Race. Win.'

Friday, July 27, 2018

A new Amazon Prime Video series follows chef Hannah Grant around Europe as she prepares locally-sourced, high-energy meals for athletes who require over 6,000 calories every day.


'Do Not Eat' Kellogg's Honey Smacks Cereal, CDC Warns

Friday, July 13, 2018

The sweetened, puffed wheat product is linked to an outbreak of Salmonella mbandaka bacteria that has infected 100 people in 33 states.


Milwaukee Council OKs $3.4 Million Settlement Of Police Stop-And-Frisk Lawsuit

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

The class-action suit accused officers of making more than 350,000 stops targeting black and Latino people without reasonable suspicion.


What Was 'A Blog Supreme'?

Saturday, October 01, 2016

A history of NPR's jazz thing, and a goodbye, from its editor.


Songs We Love: Ben Wendel Group, 'Doubt'

Thursday, September 01, 2016

For a "jazz" song, there's not a ton of extended solo improvisation. But sometimes a great melody deserves a whole song to express itself, as in this instrumental cover of the band Wye Oak.


First Listen: The Bad Plus, 'It's Hard'

Thursday, August 18, 2016

The leaderless piano trio became famous for its cover songs more than a dozen years ago. Now, an all-covers record finds an established and quirky band once again testing its powers of interpretation.


René Marie: Tiny Desk Concert

Friday, August 12, 2016

Joined by her Experiment In Truth band, the expressive, charismatic jazz singer performs songs from her new album, Sound Of Red.


Songs We Love: Slavic Soul Party!, 'Bluebird Of Delhi'

Tuesday, August 09, 2016

An American black-music take on the Balkan brass band does a bit of Ellington/Strayhorn exotica. It totally works in spite of, or maybe because of, the multiple dialects at play.


Herbie Hancock On His Next Album, Flying Lotus And Jupiter's Satellite

Thursday, August 04, 2016

Next week the great pianist presents a new lineup in concert. As he sees it, he's borrowing from the techniques of young cutting-edge musicians — who were themselves preceded by Miles Davis.


First Listen: Allen Toussaint, 'American Tunes'

Thursday, June 02, 2016

A posthumous album from the great behind-the-scenes man sets a retrospective, autumnal focus on songs which gave rise to Toussaint and his city — and thus to a bigger American music canon.


Songs We Love: Idris Ackamoor And The Pyramids, 'Rhapsody In Berlin'

Wednesday, May 04, 2016

Reunited after three decades, the pan-African "cosmic jazz" experimentalists throw an extended and ecstatic dance party, with throwback funk vibes and multiculti merger.


Songs We Love: Sarah Vaughan, 'Fascinating Rhythm'

Thursday, April 28, 2016

It's but a standard warhorse, plucked from a seemingly random live date in 1978. But once she initiates the finale sequence, you can only shake your head and smile.


First Listen: Gregory Porter, 'Take Me To The Alley'

Thursday, April 28, 2016

The popular jazz singer follows a familiar pattern on his new album: It's acoustic, unconcerned with fashion or complexity, and both overpowering and soothing. That's a good thing.


First Listen: Snarky Puppy, 'Culcha Vulcha'

Thursday, April 21, 2016

To the extent that Snarky Puppy has a core sonic idea, it's an intricate melody over a multifaceted groove, as generated by multiple horn players, guitarists, keyboardists and percussionists.


Henry Threadgill Wins Music Pulitzer For 'In For A Penny, In For A Pound'

Monday, April 18, 2016

The saxophonist, flutist and beyond-jazz composer says the epic work frees up a method he'd developed over 15 years with his working ensemble Zooid.


The ELEW Trio With Veal And Tain

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Eric Lewis' career has circulated both in and out of what he calls "the jazz republic." Performing under his given name in the 1990s, Lewis was a powerful up-and-coming pianist who toured in the bands of Wynton Marsalis and Elvin Jones. As his career progressed — or failed to, from ...


Songs We Love: Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra, 'Backbone'

Thursday, February 11, 2016

This tune comes from a demo tape of a band's first-ever public gig. The recording engineer was a 19-year-old college radio kid scrambling to capture 18 musicians in a tiny basement club. But half a century later, that kid now runs a record label and deemed his work good enough ...


At The DC Jazz Loft

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Jazz has its capital cities: major hubs like New York, Chicago and New Orleans. But the music manages plenty well in many other places, too. What goes into those smaller ecosystems to enable jazz to thrive? How do talented musicians make it happen? In search of some answers, we sought ...


Pedrito Martinez, Santero

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Pedrito Martinez is a world-class Afro-Cuban percussionist — a rumbero called upon by many jazz and pop stars when they need hand drumming, as well as a Grammy-nominated singing bandleader in his own right. He's also a Santería priest.

Those two aspects of Martinez's life are inextricably connected. In ...