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Songs Of An Unknown Tongue

Label: Brownswood Recordings
Released: 2020
Track listing: Everything Is Connected; Black Treasure; My Story, Broken Water; Saltwater; Run Of Your Life; State Of Mind; Native Nomad; Roots Of Freedom; Future Echoes.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Zara McFarlane: Songs Of An Unknown Tongue

Read "Songs Of An Unknown Tongue" reviewed by Chris May

It takes courage for a musician to depart from a successful recipe to the extent that the British singer and songwriter Zara McFarlane does on Songs of An Unknown Tongue. The disc is not a complete shift from the paradigm of her three previous albums, but it is a radical spin on it. ...

East Of The River Nile

Label: Brownswood Recordings
Released: 2019
Track listing: East Of The River Nile; East Of The River Nile (Dub Mix); East Of The River Nile Alt. Take; East Of The River Nile Alt. Take (Dub Mix).

Turn To Clear View

Label: Brownswood Recordings
Released: 2019
Track listing: Try Walk With Me; Yellow Dandelion; Gnawa Sweet; Icy Roads (Stacked); (To) Know Where You’re Coming From; The Leo & Aquarius; You Didn’t Care; Self: Love.

Sunny Side Up

Label: Brownswood Recordings
Released: 2019
Track listing: Banksia; Pick Up /Galaxy; There Is No Time; Bleeding Hearts; Powers 2 (The People); Nice To See You; Eternal / Internal Peace; The Wake-Up; Orbit.

Kokoroko

Label: Brownswood Recordings
Released: 2019
Track listing: Adwa; Ti-de; Uman; Abusey Junction.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Joe Armon-Jones: Turn To Clear View

Read "Turn To Clear View" reviewed by Serena Antinucci

Le dita di Joe Armon-Jones sono dieci. Che ovvietà, direte voi. Forse, ma non è così semplice la questione. Le sue dita sono un prolungamento istintuale, potente, reazionario sulla nuova scena jazz inglese. Sembrerebbe affetto da una specie di “morbo musicale di Parkinson," il tastierista inglese. Una convulsione di movimenti che procede verso ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Joe Armon-Jones: Turn To Clear View

Read "Turn To Clear View" reviewed by Chris May

A cornerstone of London's underground jazz scene—as well as leading his own band he plays in Ezra Collective and groups led by the tenor saxophonists Binker Golding and Nubya Garcia—the keyboard player Joe Armon-Jones released his first own-name album, Starting Today (Brownswood), in spring 2018. A jewel of nu-fusion which owes almost as much to the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Various Artists: Sunny Side Up

Read "Sunny Side Up" reviewed by Chris May

London DJ Gilles Peterson's worldwide touring produces some singular jazz and near-jazz experiences, the best of which he documents on his Brownswood Recordings label. Modern Cuban music figures prominently in the catalogue, and there have been several Japanese jazz albums, most memorably the Toshio Matsuura Group's Loveplaydance: 8 Scenes From The Floor (Brownswood, 2018). The label ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kokoroko: Kokoroko

Read "Kokoroko" reviewed by Chris May

If you ask an Afrobeat fan to name their favourite bands--excluding lineups led by Fela Kuti during his lifetime--the probability is that their top five choices will include Seun Kuti's Egypt 80 and Femi Kuti's Positive Force, both based in Lagos, along with Dele Sosimi's Afrobeat Orchestra, based in London. Other credible outfits have emerged, but ...


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