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KOKOROKO - Uman (Brownswood Basement Session)

Featuring the music of Sheila Maurice-Grey
Duration: 9:08

Sheila Maurice-Grey and KOKOROKO performing "Uman." Sheila Maurice-Grey will appear at the Festival Of New Trumpet Music 2021 on September 12, 2021. Concerts start at 7pm ET. Streamed on YouTube and Facebook, free of charge.
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News: Festival

Festival Of New Trumpet Music 2021 announces Brass Without Borders, September 8-15, 2021

Festival Of New Trumpet Music 2021 announces Brass Without Borders, September 8-15, 2021

A GLOBAL CELEBRATION OF THE EXTRAORDINARY DIVERSITY IN CURRENT MUSIC FOR THE TRUMPET For almost 20 years, the Festival Of New Trumpet Music has embraced innovation and the unheard. Led by Dave Douglas, this small festival defies stylistic categories and presents exciting music centered around the trumpet each year, in previous years at clubs and stages ...

Album

Source

Label: Concord Music Group
Released: 2020
Track listing: Pace; The Message Continues; Source; Together Is A Beautiful Place To Be; Stand With Each Other; Inner Game; La Cumbia Me Está Llamando; Before Us In Demerara & Caura; Boundless Beings.

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Article: Album Review

Nubya Garcia: Source

Read "Source" reviewed by Ian Patterson


London-born and raised she may be, but saxophonist-composer Nubya Garcia's music is pan-global in outlook, reflecting her Guyanese/Trinidadian heritage on one hand, and an openness to music in general, on the other. It should come as no surprise that her full-length debut is laced with Afro-Caribbean and South American rhythms, for Source is a personal proclamation--a ...

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Article: Album Review

Nerija: Blume

Read "Blume" reviewed by Chris May


Nérija is a collective comprising seven of the brightest stars on London's alternative jazz scene—alto saxophonist Cassie Kinoshi and tenor saxophonist Nubya Garcia, trumpeter Sheila Maurice-Grey, trombonist Rosie Turton, guitarist Shirley Tetteh, bassist Rio Kai and drummer Lizy Exell. All are bandleaders in their own right. You would expect such a line-up to deliver the goods ...

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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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Article: Album Review

Sarah Tandy: Infection In The Sentence

Read "Infection In The Sentence" reviewed by Chris May


Sarah Tandy made a mark on the alternative London jazz scene three years ago as the pianist on alto saxophonist Camilla George's luminous debut, Isang (Ubuntu). More recently, she has played piano and keyboards on two other headline albums: George's The People Could Fly (Ubuntu, 2018), and alto saxophonist Cassie Kinoshi's SEED Ensemble's debut, Driftglass (Jazz ...


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