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RXB3

Label: Ubuntu Music
Released: 2021
Track listing: I Come From The Future; This Is My Code; It’s Only July; Laughing Lion; One Voice; Made From Stone; North Atlantic; Vape; All Organic; Plastique; The Reckoning; Tum Hi Ho.

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Food For Thought

Label: Ubuntu Music
Released: 2021
Track listing: Hermetica; P.T.S.D.; Dreams; The Three Omegas; Close To Home; Quezalcoatlus; Familiar Fractals; Haven’t Met You Yet.

Album

Songs Of Joy

Label: Ubuntu Music
Released: 2021
Track listing: Freedom; Largo Desolato; Song Of Joy; Small Talk; The Lonely Hours; No Problem; The Rainbirds; Think Of One; Inside A Dream; Tony's Blues; Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You.

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Richard X Bennett: RXB3

Read "RXB3" reviewed by Chris May


Brooklyn-based pianist Richard X Bennett is kind of the love child of Ramsey Lewis and Norah Jones with a head stuffed full of mescaline. He has Lewis' two-fisted poppy funkiness down and Jones' gift for a melodic hook, too. The combination is enriched, one speculates, by extensive first-hand knowledge of hallucinogens. Bennett, who is by his ...

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Kevin Brady

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“Brady is worth keeping an eye on” Downbeat U.S. “Brady is an impressive drummer with strong chops, impeccable taste, creative & most notably, terrific tone” All About Jazz U.S. Kevin Brady is a professional musician from Dublin, Ireland with over twenty years experience performing and recording both nationally and Internationally. He started his musical studies from an early age performing on both piano and trumpet. His interest in drumkit studies began at The Newpark Music Centre in Dublin and he later attended the Drummers Collective in New York, were his teachers included Kim Plainfield, Bobby Sanabrias and Gene Jackson

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3x3: Piano Trios: March 2021

Read "3x3: Piano Trios: March 2021" reviewed by Geno Thackara


In need of an extra ray of sunshine, or perhaps feeling good already and looking for something that'll suit? Fortunately this month's roundup (slightly belated or not) should more than have you covered. Philippe Lemm Trio First Steps Outside In Music 2021 Where it might be natural enough ...

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The Lonely Hours

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Label: Ubuntu Music
Released: 2021
Duration: 5:16

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Solstice: Food For Thought

Read "Food For Thought" reviewed by Chris May


An off-the-wall and extraordinarily beautiful album, Food For Thought is London sextet Solstice's follow-up to Alimentation (Two Rivers), a niche-jazz landmark in 2016. The album blends jazz with prog-rock and tropicalia-like psychedelia. It is intricate, lyrical and wildly inventive. It is also technically demanding and forensically arranged, yet it all sounds effortless. It is, most of ...

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Yoko Miwa Trio: Songs Of Joy

Read "Songs Of Joy" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


A steady gig must be a Godsend to any jazz musician. The chance to work on stage and on schedule can be the cornerstone to artistic development and a melding of the ensemble mind. For pianist Yoko Miwa, that steady job was, for a decade and a half, at Les Zygomates Wine Bar and Bistro in ...

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Will Glaser: Climbing In Circles

Read "Climbing In Circles" reviewed by Chris May


Women musicians seem more inclined to describe their albums as “playful" than their male counterparts. We need not spend time speculating on the reasons for that here. Playful, however, is the word that best sums up this delightful trio album by two generations of male musicians. Young bloods drummer Will Glaser and saxophonist Matthew Herd have ...


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