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Nala Sinephro: Space 1.8

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UK-based musician and composer Nala Sinephro's ambient jazz recording is completely captivating. Joined by a refreshing cast of musicians mostly based in the UK, Nala plays pedal harp and keyboards. The sax by Nubya Garcia, James Mollison and Ahnanse help tie it all together. Presented as a suite of pieces that flow seamlessly, the recording builds from soothing motifs into busier, textured melodic movements and then cools down into a wondrous bath of mesmerizing synth. With just her first outing, Nala Sinephro is one of today's brightest stars.



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