Our holiday album is finally available on iTunes, Spotify, and other digital platforms! It includes our jazzy renditions of the season’s classics and a charming original tune celebrating the best time of year. Give it a listen and let us know what you think…using jolly words only of course!🎄🎶
As vegans who are allergic to almost everything, we were especially honored to perform at this year’s Food Allergy Ball. Plus, it was nice not getting any dirty looks from the chef! 🥜🚫🥖🚫
Do you hear what I hear? Sounds like Acute Inflections’ holiday album is on SoundCloud right now! 😉 If iTunes, Spotify, or another digital outlet brings you joy, it will be available there in about a week.
They say “It’s the journey, not the destination.” But when the journey entails flying to Utah and then a five-hour nighttime drive to Idaho on the straightest, most sleep-inducing roads ever, the destination better be worth it. Lucky for us, it was! ✈️🚘🏞✨
Ready to take a seat, have a drink and listen to our sultry tunes? Then we’ll see you on Tuesday or Wednesday evening (9pm-midnight) in the elegant lounge of Lotte New York Palace Hotel 🎙🎶
Guess who is putting the finishing touches on their holiday album?? In December awaits…🎧🎤📀🎄
Good question, right? Hector from Eclectic Listener asked us a LOT of good ones during our interview a few weeks ago. Check it out at eclecticlistener.com if you want to learn more about your favorite jazz duo! 👂🏼🎙🎶
Earlier this year, we had the pleasure of entertaining some of NYC’s top event professionals at the launch of Marcey Brownstein Catering’s high-end kosher division. It was an intimate dinner party and Maggie Marguerite took these beautiful photos. We also had a lot of fun working alongside a few of our talented friends in the industry including Party Rental Ltd, Flowers By Special Arrangement and Glasshouse Chelsea. 💐🥂🍓📸🌃
Whenever we’re in Brooklyn, we honor our Caribbean descent. One Love! 1️⃣❤️
If you’re looking to start a good book this weekend, check out Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker. It can be a little blunt and mildly offensive, but it’s absolutely worth it. It was a life-changer for us, and we hope it does the same for you.