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Mark Kavuma

Album

Back To Back

Label: Banger Factory Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Evidence; Cedar Tree; Round Midnight; Lockdown Blues; Mia's Waltz; Church.

Album

Legacy

Label: Banger Factory
Released: 2022
Track listing: Caravan; Remedy; Commanders Call; Honesty; The Ted Williams Villanelle; Papa Fox; Door Of Breath; Guided By The Light; Echoes Of Palmares.

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Article: Live Review

Mark Kavuma & The Banger Factory At Milton Court Concert Hall

Read "Mark Kavuma & The Banger Factory At Milton Court Concert Hall" reviewed by Chris May


Mark KavumaMilton Court Concert HallLondonNovember 18, 2022 Fittingly for one of the closing events of the 2022 jny:London Jazz Festival, trumpeter Mark Kavuma's performance at the Barbican Centre's associate concert hall, a few hundred yards down the road from the main venue, was on an epic scale. Kavuma appeared with ...

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Article: Profile

Dial H for Hitchcock

Read "Dial H for Hitchcock" reviewed by Peter Jones


When we meet in a South London pub, tenor saxophonist Alex Hitchcock mentions that he has a rehearsal the next day with the bassist Jasper Høiby for which he needs to learn about an hour of new music. It's for one gig, which is at the weekend. “So it's in at the deep end—quite exciting." If ...

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Article: Album Review

Artie Zaitz & Mark Kavuma featuring William Cleasby: Back To Back

Read "Back To Back" reviewed by Chris May


Trumpeter Mark Kavuma and his band The Banger Factory have released three of the most enjoyable and well-crafted albums to come out of London in recent years: Kavuma (Ubuntu, 2018), with The Banger Factory there in all but name, The Banger Factory (Ubuntu, 2019), made by the fully formed band, and Arashi No Ato (Banger Factory ...

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Article: Album Review

Kinetika Bloco: Legacy

Read "Legacy" reviewed by Chris May


Legacy features some of the London jazz scene's leading players, among them tenor saxophonist Nubya Garcia, trumpeters Claude Deppa, Mark Kavuma and Sheila Maurice-Grey, trombonist Nathaniel Cross and tubaist Theon Cross. As you would anticipate, there is much great jazz to be heard on the album, and along the way it bears witness ...

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Article: Profile

Beyond Afrobeat: Kokoroko's World of Black Music

Read "Beyond Afrobeat: Kokoroko's World of Black Music" reviewed by Peter Jones


London-based octet Kokoroko has been led by trumpeter-vocalist Sheila Maurice-Grey since she formed it in 2014 with percussionist Onome Edgeworth. The band's original idea was to update Afrobeat for a 21st century audience, inspired by the likes of Ebo Taylor, Tony Allen, and Fela Kuti. It was the extraordinary public reaction to their first release--a single ...

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Article: Album Review

Marquis Hill: New Gospel Revisited

Read "New Gospel Revisited" reviewed by Chris May


Chicago-born trumpeter Marquis Hill released his first album while still in college and in 2022, just over a decade later, he has retooled it on New Gospel Revisited, recorded live in his hometown with a fresh lineup and tweaked instrumentation. It is a terrific disc. Like his near contemporary and fellow trumpeter Christian ...

Album

Arashi No Oto

Label: Banger Factory Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Arashi No Oto; Eulid; Brother James; Love Will Find A Way; Hedz; David Danced; One More River.


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