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New Sam Hankins album is sophisticated and smooth
(Published: June 16, 2018)

Sam Hankins is a jazz artist with a passion for creating a style that feels sophisticated and smooth, yet catchy and direct. His new album, Do That Thang, is a particularly great example of his flow and artistry.

The title track is a perfect showcase of Hankins' uncommon performative skills. He is able to let the music soar with his talent. Sometimes playing on a jazz-inspired cut is a little bit like being in a river, where the current is quite strong. Some musicians try to struggle against it, while others let it drive their imagination, trusting the music to direct them where to go instead of trying to micromanage everything.

Because of his strong creative instincts, Hankins was able to create a powerful record which feels seamless and organic yet intriguing and forward-thinking. If
you appreciate jazz music with a retro feel and a modern soul, you will love this release.

More Information: http://reverbnation.com/samhankins

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