Recorded earlier this year Ludovico Einaudi’s The Royal Albert Hall Concert is a 2CD and DVD set that lets you see and hear Ludocico Einaudi at his best and a reminder to book up now for the November UK tour!
The multi-award winning saxophonist from Birmingham proves once again that he’s the Courtney Pine of his generation with the new album, The New Emancipation.
The new album by Robert Mitchell’s Panacea, The Cusp finds the band in expanded and exceptional form; on the cusp of a classic!
It’s probably stating the obvious but for all sorts of reasons, the music from the Balkans can be found all over the globe in various adaptations but this latest compilation on Green Queen Music is a healthy thermometer, London is the place for Balkan Fever London: mind the brass!
“You can’t take yourself too seriously dressed in a silver cape” says Jerry Dammers but make no mistake, the Spatial A.K.A is fantastic jazz, ska and fun all wrapped up in a Sun Ra tribute; who could want for more?
Any track with the lyrics “much too hectic” is going to get my ears a throbbing and here’s the ‘First Lesson’ on the remix with Juice Aleem, MCcccccccccccccAhhhhhhh Superstar!
On his sixth solo album, the award-winning Wilson looks more towards commercial influences than previous work
With a worldwide release coming out on Young Turks, the question is, is the world ready for El Guicho’s Alegranza?
The new single from the forthcoming Slime & Reason is a monster tune that’ll you’re just want to be hearing again and again as Roots does it again (and again).
Once hailed the UK Queen of Soul, Julie Dexter’s career has some what taken a different direction. Julie Dexter says, “I’m satisfied with where I am considering the fact that I’m not a major artist, I’m not signed to a major label. So as an independent artist I’m satisfied, I don’t think I could have done much better independently on my own, so yeah I’m satisfied.”