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Kristian Borring


After establishing himself early on as a “rising star” (Time Out, London) when moving to the British capital from Amsterdam, Kristian has cemented his name as a melodic contemporary jazz artist, who can be a leader and sideman alike. The objective of his music is story telling as shown on numerous albums with his quartet as well as in co-led projects. He is currently preparing further releases of new material with his quartet and a more eclectic solo project…

In the Summer of 2019 Kristian co-released “Make Your Stand” with Acrobat, the British/Scandinavian “cool-grooving organ trio” (AP Reviews), featuring also Will Bartlett (org) and Pat Davey (d). Acrobat’s 2nd album was recorded at Steve Winwood’s legendary Cotswolds studio. The release was followed by a European tour in early 2020, starting out at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, London, and finishing 20 days later in Freiburg, Germany.


Earth Matters

Label: Cool It! Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Bluesish; The Elf; Earth Matters; Segment; Freiburg (Black Forest); Tintin; After Party; Forty-Five; Cheryl; Persian Hills


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The Elf

Label: Cool It! Records
Released: 2022
Duration: 06:30


Article: Album Review

Nathan Borton: Each Step

Read "Each Step" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Judging from recent album releases, the guitar remains an essential part of the contemporary jazz scene. The latest example among many is this tasteful session led by Kansas-born, Michigan-based Nathan Borton, adding his name to an ample roster of newly minted guitar-led or guitar-centered albums by Doug MacDonald, Graham Dechter, Kristian Borring, Randy Napoleon, John Moulder, ...


Out of Nowhere

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Track listing: Five to Six; Epsilon Eridani; Three Rivers; Palace Fever; Out of Nowhere; What You See Is All There Is; Hipster; Bloomdido.


Article: Album Review

Kristian Borring: Out of Nowhere

Read "Out of Nowhere" reviewed by Jack Bowers

After coming of age in his home country, Danish-born guitarist Kristian Borring relocated to the U.K. where he became a stalwart fixture on the jazz scene and released four albums as leader of his own groups. Out of Nowhere is the fifth, recorded in 2019, shortly before the coronavirus pandemic struck, and featuring as before a ...


Live at The Vortex

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Track listing: Imperfect Circumstances; Fable; A Lullaby; London Magic; Skylark; April Fools.


Urban Novel

Label: Jellymould Jazz
Released: 2014
Track listing: Hipster; Equilibrium; (Kasper) In Darkness; Arcade Coffee Shop; Urban Novel; Number Junky; Hidden Corners; Weltall.


Article: Album Review

Paragon: Cerca

Read "Cerca" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

It's been a decade since Anglo-German quartet Paragon formed. Cerca, recorded on an unspecified two days in Cologne, is the band's third release. The sax and Rhodes frontline, backed up by Matthias Nowak's bass and Jon Scott's drums, creates an elegant repertoire of tunes that draws on influences as diverse as '60s spiritual jazz and hip-hop ...


Article: Album Review

Kristian Borring: Urban Novel

Read "Urban Novel" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Danish guitarist Kristian Borring has been based in London since 2006, establishing himself as a leader and sideman on the UK scene. Urban Novel is his second album, his first for the small indie label Jellymould Jazz. Recorded in London in December 2012, Urban Novel is filled with Borring's original compositions and performed by the guitarist ...


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