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24th February 2017: UK Release day: Tim Armacost ‘Time Being’ featuring Robert Hurst, Jeff ‘Tain’ Watts and Dave Kikoski + tour photos & reviews from Jazzwise Magazine, London Jazz feature & more

We’re pleased to announce the UK release today…  Click here for a CD, digital albums, ALAC, FLAC, MP3s and more Tim has just completed a 2 week jaunt around Europe promoting the album with special guests on drums and Michael Janisch on double bass.  Here’s some photos from Jimmy Glass in

23rd February 2017: Matt Ridley upcoming show dates + news of new project

British double bassist and composer Matt Ridley has a series of shows coming up including a collaboration with Brighton based New Generation Jazz tomorrow which includes a free workshop with the Quartet. He is also launching a new sextet project this Spring whose line up includes saxophonist Tori Freestone. More on

22nd February 2017: Whirlwind signs pianist and composer George Colligan for June 30th release: ‘More Powerful Than You Could Possibly Imagine’ feat. Linda Oh (double bass), Rudy Royston (drums), Nicole Glover (saxophones)

“Mr. Colligan favors an earthy, assertive style, putting him in a lineage that includes McCoy Tyner, John Hicks and Mulgrew Miller.​” – New York Times Whirlwind is pleased to announce the signing of  world-renowned pianist and composer George Colligan, not only one of the great jazz pianists of his generation, but

22nd February 2017: “Exquisite musicality.” All About Jazz (IT) ★★★★ review for New York Standards Quartet ‘Power of 10’ ft Tim Armacost, David Berkman, Michael Janisch & Gene Jackson

The hallmark of NYSQ‘s playing is an easy rapport with one another developed through ten years of playing together and interpreting jazz classics in a highly engaging and personal way. NYSQ’s recording, Power of 10  featuring David Berkman (piano), Tim Armacost (sax), Gene Jackson (drums) and Michael Janisch (bass) continues to be well received by

20th February 2017: Zhenya Strigalev and ‘Never Group’ Euro Tour starts March 1 + live review highlights & Jazz in Europe tour preview

Zhenya Strigalev takes ‘Never Group‘ on tour in Europe next month. Scroll down for dates and details. Read Jazz in Europe‘s tour preview: here Here are some highlights from Never Groups last European tour: “Pleasing, positive music, full of life, catchy yet complex… An amusing ride through today’s urban jazz jungle

18th February 2017: “A striking debut… Spencer is a very promising arrival.” The Guardian reviews Henry Spencer’s ‘The Reasons Don’t Change’

“A striking debut… Spencer is a very promising arrival.” “Trumpeter/composer Henry Spencer is a recent conservatoire graduate, but his spectacular technique and strong musical character make him sound like an old hand.” The Guardian (full review)   The Reasons Don’t Change   Henry Spencer – trumpet Nick Costley-White – guitar

17th February 2017: Josephine Davies, Dave Whitford and Paul Clarvis launch Satori at 606 Club on Tuesday Feb 21st.

Satori, official album launch show at 606 Club, London Tues 21st Feb 2017.   Josephine Davies – saxophone Dave Whitford – bass Paul Clarvis – drums More details and tickets   “Davies…a fluid, sumptuous sound” Jazzwise “Davies… high class… assured and highly skilled” The Jazz Mann

16th February 2017: DownBeat Magazine feature for Christine and Ingrid Jensen. ‘Infinitude’ launch at Jazz Gallery, New York, Friday 17th Feb + latest reviews including ★★★★ from Jazz Journal and Irish Times

Infinitude is the debut release from sisters Ingrid and Christine Jensen which launches at  New York’s Jazz Gallery tomorrow. Scroll down to see the feature in the latest edition of DownBeat magazine. Information and tickets: here Ingrid Jensen – trumpet Christine Jensen – saxophone  Ben Monder – guitar,  Matt Clohesy – bass

14th February 2017: “A gateway to the wider colorful world of Fats Waller.” 7th April 2017 – Mark Lewandowski to release ‘Waller’ ft. Liam Noble and Paul Clarvis.

  2017 Releases Sampler by Mark Lewandowski Thomas Wright ‘Fats’ Waller was a true entertainer; a New York trailblazer of his time (1920s to early 1940s), turning out hundreds of songs including those which would become established standards, such as ‘Ain’t Misbehavin’, ‘Honeysuckle Rose’ and ‘Jitterbug Waltz’. A jocular, larger-than-life

13th February 2017: Henry Spencer launches ‘The Reasons Don’t Change’ at sold out show at London’s Pizza Express + photos & ★★★★ review from The Jazz Mann

  The Reasons Don’t Change Henry Spencer and Juncture Trumpet player and composer Henry Spencer launched his début quintet album The Reasons Don’t Change ft. Nick Costley-White (guitar), Matt Robinson (piano, keyboards), Andrew Robb (double bass) and David Ingamells (drums) at a sold out show at Dean Street, Soho’s Pizza Express Jazz Club last