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Saxophonist Chelsea Carmichael has released her debut album, ‘The River Doesn’t Like Strangers’ as the debut signing to Shabaka Hutchings’ (The Comet Is Coming, Sons of Kemet, Shabaka and the Ancestors) new label Native Rebel Recordings. Carmichael has shared one of the tracks taken from the album – ‘There Is You And You’. About the …

In the lead up to the release of her debut album The River Doesn’t Like Strangers on October 22nd via Native Rebel Recordings, saxophonist Chelsea Carmichael has shared her new track, ‘Bone & Soil’. Of the track, Chelsea commented: “‘Bone and Soil’ is an ode to one of my favourite poems by Nayyirah Waheed, titled …

After releasing his album, Everything At Once’ earlier this month, Glausi has shared another track form the album – Backseat Bump. There’s a slice of Prince in the funky soul guitar that dominates the track. The vocals are made up of spoken word and bursts of laughter allowing Glausi’s trumpet to take on the lead …

Mostly recognised as one of the best trumpet players around, Tony Glausi is set to release his full length album due 3rd September – ‘Everything At Once’. Glausi has shared a track from the album titled ‘I Could Fall in Love’ which features Charlemagne the Goddess.  The tracks laid back feel rolls over you as …

Liv Mclean is a soulful jazz fusion artist , distinguished in sound by her wonderful versatile voice randing from raspy soulfulness to indie inflections. It’s no wonder that Tremorverse Records  are featuring her as an artist their upcoming compilation album by showcasing her truly lush yet groovy track ‘ ‘New Pair Of Eyes’. After announcing the …

Despite news that her debut album Yellow has been moved back to July 23rd via her own label Movementt, Emma Jean Thackray has released another little taster of whats to come in the form of a third single, Our People. Of the track, Emma says “Our People sums up what the whole record is about. …

Bristol experimental jazz collective Ishmael Ensemble debut their expansive new album Visions of Light. The follow-up to their critically acclaimed 2019 debut A State of Flow, garnered the band much deserve praise from the likes of The Guardian, Mojo, The Wire and select presenters across BBC 6Music. Their sophomore record is a clear shift in direction with a focus on expanding what the …

After a year of aimlessly making plans, wether it be work or personal , has proven to be exhausting given the world pandemic. So to finally have an opportunity to not make plans, as things start to open up in the world is a sign of relief. So is the brand new track ‘ No …

HERALDING from the bustling scene where contemporary jazz meets folk meets West African harmony, LA-based Adam Moezinia brings much needed joy with his latest release, aptly titled “Celebration”. Originally part of a suite by Adam called the “Ivory Suite”, it’s a virtuoso yet familiar homage to the Beninese guitarist Lionel Louke, one of Moezinia’s influences. …

We’ve all been waiting for a new Hiatus Kaiyote album to drop. Well, at least those who saw them perform whilst they were on the road to jazz fame at the Love Supreme Festival of 2016 . The band , fronted by Singer-Guitarist Nai Palm brings a fresh new and wonderfully mature sound to it’s …