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Matthew E. White (born August 14, 1982 in Virginia Beach, Virginia) is an American songwriter, producer, arranger, and founder of Spacebomb Records. White was named eMusic's Breakthrough Artist of 2012, Paste Magazine's Best New Act of 2012, and a Consequence of Sound Rookie of the Year.

As well as his solo work, White is known as the leader of the avant-garde jazz big band Fight the Big Bull (for whom he composes…

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  • cool shit!
  • @WaywardWinds I'm not one to go slapping the hipster bumper sticker on people, but...
  • The new album is some groovy stuff. Chill music indeed.
  • wow. good stuff indeed.
  • good sounding (albeit borrowed) music. uninspired, boring vocals and tired, trite lyrics. sounds like he said to himself, "how close can i get to sounding like a old black man as possible?" Cast in that light, this music is almost disrespectful in its lacklusterness. and this is why he is not famous. there are people who have already made this music and have made it far better. if you're thinking about checking this guy out, just listen to the Five Blind Boys of Mississippi, Dixie Hummingbirds, the Swan Silverstones and the like.
  • I think fans of Matthew E. White might dig Major Deluxe from Belgium. Both of their albums are available on Spotify. I particularly recommend the track "Everything is Black (On a Sunset Blue Day"). I'm not affiliated with them in any way, BTW. Just passing along good (and obscure!) music.
  • Surprised by how relatively unlistened to he is.
  • Big Inner is in our Top 100 Albums Of The Year: http://www.peterguy.merseyblogs.co.uk/2013/12/getintothis-top-100-albums-of-1.html
  • incredible how understated he is as a vocalist/performer yet how big the songs sound in spite of that
  • Matthew E. White made it into my recommended artists of the month, check them and others out, [url=http://www.last.fm/user/randombob18/journal/2013/10/25/5xz9u2_may_%2713_discoveries]here[/url]

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