• March 07, 2012
    By Jon Garelick

    PHOTO: Michael Schreiber

    If you want to know how the Robert Glasper Experiment packed the Regattabar for two shows on a Tuesday night, the answer lies somewhere between Kurt Cobain and J Dilla. Pianist Glasper is riding on the heels of the release of the new Black Radio (Blue Note). He got a full page in the Sunday New York Times Arts & Leisure section and a spot on Letterman last week, but that doesn’t come close to explaining the young, heterogeneous audience that filled the club.

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