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Cherry Jam

Label: Gearbox Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Side A: The Ambassador from Greenland; You Took Advantage of Me. Side B: Priceless; Nigeria.

The Octet Broadcasts 1969 and 1979

Label: Gearbox Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Disc One: Dreams; Forever; Merry-Go-Round. Disc Two: Chaturanga; Manhattan Variation; Vienna; Robatsch Defense; Kingside Breakthrough.

Absurd in the Anthropocene

Label: Gearbox Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Mr Lizard Said; Lemonade; Pushed to the Edge of Ideas by Dispassionate Bias-Algorithm Bots; Still; Heliopteryx; Nebulounge; Apes In Rapture; Forget What You Know; Green Moon; Obsidian Butterfly; Drowning on the High Ground

Connect

Label: Gearbox Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Blue Soul; Emperor March; Copasetic; Suspicion.

Village of the Sun / Ted

Label: Gearbox Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Side One: Village of the Sun. Side Two: Ted.

Mente

Label: Gearbox Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Soar Estranho; Pele De Leopardo; Voz Unica Foto Sem Calcinha; Plastico; Feral Fox; Trepa Trepa; Transparente; Cor; Rijo Jorra Ja; Santa.

Cygnus

Label: Gearbox Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Cygnus; Cygnus (Radio Mix).

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Alan Wakeman: The Octet Broadcasts 1969 and 1979

Read "The Octet Broadcasts 1969 and 1979" reviewed by Chris May

Despite a perception fostered by the more breathless media coverage given to the young lions who have emerged on the London scene since the mid 2010s, an identifiably British strand of jazz did not kick off when Shabaka Hutchings' Sons Of Kemet released its debut album in 2013. The groundwork was laid back in the 1950s ...

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Charles Tolliver: Connect

Read "Connect" reviewed by Chris May

Put out more flags. Connect, the first release from trumpeter Charles Tolliver in over a decade, is a monster. From the Saturday-night goodtime opener “Blue Soul" through to the intense, Spanish tinged, serpentine closer “Suspicion," the album finds Tolliver still at the top of his game in a recording career which began in the mid 1960s. ...

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Thiago Nassif: Mente

Read "Mente" reviewed by Chris May

This is by no stretch of the imagination a jazz album, yet Brazilian singer, multi-instrumentalist and composer Thiago Nassif's Mente is so packed with risk-taking and invention that it is likely to appeal to a good number of AAJers. The music's starting point is tropicalia, Brazil's tripped-out successor to bossa nova in the ...


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