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Waldo's Gift

Showcasing their own hybrid of groove, math and jazz plus hosting a weekly night at Bristol's The Gallimaufry, where they invite some of the city's finest to collaborate with them; Waldos Gift have emerged as a new force, combining blinding technique with real creative musical insight and authenticity. Featuring James Vine on drums, Harry Stoneham on bass and Alun Elliot-Williams on guitar.

Improvisations

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
Track listing: Greenwood I; Greenwood II; Seesaw; Four; Kaleidoscope; Thoughts; Seven.

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Waldo's Gift: Capturing the Moment

Read "Waldo's Gift: Capturing the Moment" reviewed by Luke Seabright

If you were to somehow draw a map of the UK along cultural rather than demographic lines, suddenly jny: London wouldn't be so disproportionately large. After all, the most influential pop group of all time came from a small city a few hundred kilometres north of the capital. jny: Bristol is another town that has carved ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Various Artists: Whiskey Juliet Foxtrot

Read "Whiskey Juliet Foxtrot" reviewed by Luke Seabright

Much like the highly-regarded We Out Here (Brownswood Recordings, 2018), Whiskey Juliet Foxtrot is all about showcasing some exciting new talent in jazz. However, there is perhaps an extra lesson to be learned from Byrd Out's new compilation album; we would be wrong to assume that the UK's flourishing scene is solely concentrated in jny:London.


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