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24th April 2017: Partikel to appear at Jazzahead in Bremen Germany this week – April 29 @ Gewoelbe Vegesack

We’re gearing up for the annual jazzahead conference in Bremen Germany this week – if you’re coming, make sure to stop by our stand (6A25) and say hi.  Along with Julian Siegel’s band, we’re happy to share that Partikel will also be performing on the 29th April playing music from

24th April 2017: Whirlwind signs Julian Siegel for January 2018 release + catch him at Jazzahead this week Friday 28

We’re very pleased to announce the signing and January 2018 release from Julian Siegel (saxophonist, clarinettist, writer-arranger) and his band featuring Liam Noble, Oli Hayhurst and Gene Calderazzo. Over the last two decades, Julian has built a prolific reputation as one of the UK’s premier jazz musicians. A world-class saxophonist

21st April 2017: “A robustly attractive album… we’ll be hearing a lot more from this talented bassist in the future.” All About Jazz on Mark Lewandowski’s ‘Waller’. Tour continues tonight

Waller by Mark Lewandowski Strongly maintaining the integrity of Fats Waller’s music while looking afresh at its present-day possibilities, English double bassist Mark Lewandowski presents Waller with Liam Noble and Paul Clarvis. The supporting tour continues tonight at Leicester Jazz House. Here’s a review of from Waller All About Jazz: “A robustly attractive album…

18th April 2017: “A collection of pastoral pieces that come across like audible water color paintings.” – More great reviews for Ingrid and Christine Jensen’s ‘Infinitude’

Infinitude is the debut release from sisters Ingrid and Christine Jensen  Ingrid Jensen – trumpet Christine Jensen – saxophone Ben Monder – guitar Fraser Hollins – bass Jon Wikan – drums     Here are the latest highlights for  Infinitude: “In a quintet lineup, they present themselves once again in top form.” Jazz

13th April 2017: ★★★★ Jazzwise Magazine review for ‘Roots of Unity’ by Escape Hatch (Ivo Neame, Andrea Di Biase, Dave Hamblett and Julian Argüelles) + new video and Vortex date 15th April

  “Sensually hypnotic and thematically cohesive… Exhilarating contemporary jazz.” ★★★★ Jazzwise Magazine (website)   A collaborative concept from double bassist Andrea Di Biase and British pianist Ivo Neame, the line-up for Escape Hatch is completed by London-based drummer Dave Hamblett and guest saxophonist Julian Argüelles. This Saturday at Vortex Jazz Club, Escape Hatch will be performing

7th April 2017: Available now: ‘Waller’ by Mark Lewandowski with Liam Noble and Paul Clarvis + tour dates

  Waller 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 character, his

5th April 2017: Trumpeter Kenny Warren heads to Japan this week and new album ‘Thank You for Coming to Life’ gets ★★★★ review from All About Jazz

“Warren has chops a-plenty and compositional talent to match.” ★★★★ All About Jazz (full review)  Thank You for Coming to Life by trumpeter and composer Kenny Warren – with JP Schlegelmilch (piano), Noah Garabedian (bass) and Satoshi Takeishi (drums).    Show Dates Details Monday April 10 – SUB, Osaka, Tokyo Saturday April 15

3rd April 2017: “A triumphant tour de force of skill, courage and imagination.” Time Armacost’s Time Being reviewed by Jazz Views and Bebop Spoken Here

The debut Whirlwind release as leader, from acclaimed tenor saxophonist Tim Armacost: Tim Armacost – tenor saxophone Robert Hurst – double bass Jeff ‘Tain’ Watts – drums David Kikoski – piano         Latest reviews in for Time Being “A triumphant tour de force of skill, courage and

30th March 2017: Coming Soon: ‘Quinsin Nachoff’s Ethereal Trio’ ft. Quinsin Nachoff – tenor sax, Mark Helias – double bass and Dan Weiss – drums. Worldwide release: May 19 2017

  Click here to hear samples from the album   It was Quinsin Nachoff’s involvement in the Penderecki String Quartet’s commission ‘Stars and Constellations: Scorpio’, for string quartet and saxophone trio, which prompted the New York-based, Canadian-born saxophonist to further the idea of establishing a chord-less trio as a distinct project

27th March 2017: “A powerful statement of intent.” Henry Spencer’s ‘Reasons Don’t Change’ reviewed by Jazz Views and Herald Scotland

The Reasons Don’t Change  the debut album from up-and-coming trumpet player and composer Henry Spencer. Henry Spencer – trumpet Nick Costley-White – guitar Matt Robinson – piano, keyboards Andrew Robb – double bass David Ingamells – drums   “A powerful statement of intent from a young musician determined to be noticed, and should get