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Ma: Live

Read "Live" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


Ma is part of London's endlessly intriguing Loop Collective, a grouping of younger-generation musicians and bands that includes pianist Ivo Neame, vibes player and drummer Jim Hart, trumpeter Rory Simmons and many others. Saxophonist Tom Challenger leads Ma: he's joined in the core trio by Matt Calvert on synths and laptop and by Dave ...

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Hannes Riepler: The Brave

Read "The Brave" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


The British music scene produces more than its share of homegrown talent these days, young players who for the most part emerge from the country's music colleges into the professional scene and then, not content with waiting for the phone to ring, go out and create many of their own gigging and recording opportunities. It's a ...

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Article: Record Label Profile

Babel Label: New Songs from the Tower of Sound

Read "Babel Label: New Songs from the Tower of Sound" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard


During the last decade, British jazz has been booming and London has become, once again, one of the jazz capitals of the world. To get a feel of what's happening, the place for live music is no longer Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, but a place called The Vortex, directed by Oliver Weindling. Weindling is also the ...

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Straw, Sticks And Bricks

Label: Babel Label
Released: 2011
Track listing: Kitchen In The Middle; Bleak Sylvette; Fool; Luna Verde; Golfo; Reverse; We Need Two; Alignment; Long Notes.

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JuJu: In Trance

Read "JuJu: In Trance" reviewed by Chris May


JuJuIn TranceReal World2011 This is the third album from guitarist Justin Adams and singer/ritti player Juldeh Camara, and, as the saying goes, third time lucky. Not that Soul Science (Irl, 2007) or Tell No Lies (Real World, 2009) were disappointing, only that the duo's visceral mix of ...

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Outhouse: Straw, Sticks And Bricks

Read "Straw, Sticks And Bricks" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


Outhouse, part of the London-based Loop Collective, is an outfit that's willing to explore--and not just within the boundaries of jazz. After a trip to The Gambia in 2007, the band brought five Wolof drummers to the UK to record its second album, Ruhabi (Babel, 2010). For third album Straw, Sticks And Bricks the core quartet ...

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Twelves: The Adding Machine

Read "The Adding Machine" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


In 2008, Twelves Trio released its debut album, the evocatively-titled Here Comes The Woodman With His Splintered Soul (1965 Records). The band has since added guitarist Rob Updegraff, dropped the Trio appellation, changed record labels, and released album number two, the more prosaically named The Adding Machine. The band's intention to explore, improvise and develop sonically ...

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Ruhabi

Label: Loop Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Mam Bamba; Duck Dance (Leumbeul); Njawara (Ndaga); One Pot (Shebugen); Bara Mbaye; Rass; Song For Ibu (Lamba); Japa Seloho (Kanara); Ruhabi (Kaolack); Closing Baka.

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Article: Year in Review

Chris May's Best Releases of 2010

Read "Chris May's Best Releases of 2010" reviewed by Chris May


Here are my favorite dozen new releases of 2010. It was an outstanding year on many fronts. There was ravishing lyricism from saxophonists Nat Birchall and Stan Sulzmann and beyond-touristic flamenco and Indian infusions from bassist Dave Holland and singer Amit Chaudhuri, the politically charged complete works of Fela Anikulapo Kuti and the delicious ...


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