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12th April 2014: 4 Star Review from Marlbank PLUS Live Reviews from Bebop Spoken Here, God is in the TV & Interview with Tori by London Jazz News for Tori Freestone’s Release ‘In The Chop House’

Saxophonist Tori Freestone recently released her debut WWR release In the Chop House and we now have in a collection of praising reviews including a 4 star review from Marlbank plus live reviews from God is in the TV, Bebop Spoken Here and an interview with Tori by London Jazz News. 

12th April 2014: 4 Star Review from Marlbank for Monocled Man’s ‘Southern Drawl’

Rory Simmon’s ‘Monocled Man’ will soon be releasing their debut WWR album Southern Drawl and we already have in a glowing 4 star review from Marlbank. The review describes it as an “album that is a serious listen” continuing to say that it’s “further evidence that Simmons can be counted as

10th April 2014: Press update for ‘Leave the Door Open’ by Joel Harrison & Anupam Shobhakar: 5 stars from Jazz Journal, 4 star Downbeat, BBC Radio play, Jazz Thing, All About Jazz + more

More great press than we can shake a stick at! Joel Harrison & Anupam Shobhakar released Leave the Door Open in March and since it’s release we’ve had dozens of reviews and radio play for the album hit from around the world.  Recent highlights include BBC Radio 3 play, 4

10th April 2014: Alex Garnett’s ‘Bunch of Fives’ on BBC IPlayer this week until April 12th.

Saxophonist Alex Garnett released Serpent with us in 2011 to widespread acclaim and has recently finished a nationwide UK tour with his new project ‘Bunch of Fives’ featuring fellow tenor sax man and long time friend Tim Armacost from NYC, UK based musicians Liam Noble on piano, Michael Janisch on

5th April 2014: Review from Zona de Jazz for Tori Freestone’s ‘In The Chop House’

Saxophonist Tori Freestone recently released her debut on WWR with In The Chop House and has just received a glowing review from Zona de Jazz who state that “the album is especially suitable for lovers of the chord-less trio” and that it is “an album with a lot of truth

4th April 2014: Rachael Cohen’s WWR Release ‘Halftime’ Reviewed in The Guardian

The Guardian have recently written a highly praising review on Rachael Cohen’s debut release Halftime. The review says that “Cohen takes a softly devious approach reminiscent of Lee Konitz – but, as with the canny Cool School veteran, the quietness is deceptive and the subtlety is in the weighting of phrases and the hipness

4th April 2014: Review from Jazzwise for Andre’s Latest WWR Release ‘Coalescence’

Jazzwise Magazine have recently reviewed trumpeter Andre Canniere’s latest release Coalescence. The review states that Canniere’s compositions “contrast breezy folky jazz elements with a darker harmonic language that draws from Radiohead and a rawer rock-ish groove-based approach straight out of the New York alt scene” and on his playing describes that

4th April 2014: 4 Star Review from Jazzwise for Nia Lynns’s Bannau Trio

Nia Lynn’s Bannau Trio have received a 4 star review that featured recently in Jazzwise Magazine. The trio, led by singer Nia Lynn and supported by pianist Ross Stanley and flautist Gareth Lockrane, released their album on WWR in late 2013 to great praise. This latest review states that the

26th March 2014: Tori Freestone and Rory Simmons Album Launch 22 April at the Forge + big press update + other concert dates + preview track!

We releasing two debut albums next month:  Tori Freestone’s In The Chop House and Rory Simmon’s new project Monocled Man’s debut Southern Drawl.  The two trios will be performing around the UK throughout the year and we’re excited to announce that on April 22 2014 at the Forge in Camden

26th March 2014: Jeff Williams to lead UK Quintet April 8th April at SE Collective

WWR Artist and master drummer Jeff Williams has released two critically-acclaimed albums with us (look out for his June release w/ Lee Konitz!), most recently The Listener as well as his debut Another Time, both featuring his NY based quartet of John O’Gallagher, Duane Eubanks and John Hebert.  He divides