In a recent New York Times profile of Meghan Stabile, Blue Note Records president Don Was said that when he was trying to learn about the new developments on the jazz scene all roads pointed to Stabile. "She appeared to be at the center of the energy," said Was. Stabile, who founded Revive Music Group just before she graduated from Berklee in 2006, did so aiming to promote an underrecognized group of jazz musicians who tackled the music with a hip-hop flair. Her visionary and trailblazing work as an impresario has led to a number of unusual first-time collaborations, including Roy Ayers and Pete Rock as well as Mos Def and the Robert Glasper Experiment. Her Revive-Music.com is a leading platform for promoting new jazz.