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Mansur Brown | Tesuto

The rising 23-year-old Brixton artist Mansur Brown, multi-instrumentalist, and producer's three-track project is an instrumental, beat-heavy search for zen and overcoming obstacles, both of the world and trials that ...
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Waaju | Grown

Pulsing Afro-Latin roots and UK jazz combine on Grown, the latest album by London-based quintet Waaju, released via Olindo Records. Fusing dexterous hand-percussion, hypnotic guitar riffs and soaring melodies, ...
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Blaer | Yellow

"Yellow" is the third album of the working band BLAER, founded in 2012 by the composer and pianist Maja Nydegger. YELLOW is the result of a longstanding and diligent ...
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44th Move | 44th Move

Multifaceted musicians Alfa Mist and Richard Spaven announce identities behind their 44th Move project and drop their debut self-titled EP on Black Acre. The pair are two of London’s ...
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Wilflower | Season 2

Wildflower (Leon Brichard, Tom Skinner, Idris Rahman) continue to explore areas of groove-based improvised jazz on their 2nd album. Taking a slightly freer approach to the writing process, simple ...
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Yussef Dayes | Duality

Drummer Yussef Dayes returns with new EP "Duality" featuring Rocco Palladino (Bass) and Charlie Stacey (Keys/Synths). He fuses both tracks “For My Ladies” and “Othello” into one expansive, complex ...
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Petter Eldh | Koma Saxo

Koma Saxo is a highly potent new five-piece produced by the visionary Berlin-based Swedish bassist-producer Petter Eldh. The lineup brings together five heavy jazz names on the Berlin–Nordics axis, ...
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Kinkajous | Hidden Lines

Kinkajous' debut album 'Hidden Lines' is a compelling mix of tonalities and influences, drawn from their London home. The band has condensed their diverse experiences from across the artistic ...
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Resavoir | Resavoir

Chicago collective Resavoir return with their first full length effort. The self-titled album presents a juicy suite of elegantly-orchestrated lo-fi jazz instrumentals germinated from home recording experiments by the ...
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Alfa Mist | Structuralism

Named after the theoretical breakdown of the basic elements of conscious experience, Alfa Mist's latest album 'Structuralism' is based around a conversation between Mist and his sister, discussing themes ...
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favourite things | 2.19

favourite things 2.19 – Poppy Ackroyd feat. Hauschka, DJ Shadow, Mophono, The Cinematic Orchestra, Amon Tobin, Alma Negra feat. Michal Turtle, Meitei, Organic Pulse Ensemble, Daniel Thorne, Yusufla, Rōnin Arkestra, Sarah ...
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favourite things | 1.19

favourite things 1.19 – Kokoroko, Ruby Rushton, Mark de Clive-Lowe feat. Brandon Combs, Brandon Eugene Owens, Carlos Nino & Josh Johnson, Long Arm, Ill Considered, Ambrose Akinmusire, Seed Ensemble, OK:KO, ...
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