After recording solo ska singles at Studio One, Leonard Dillon formed The Ethiopians harmony trio in the rock steady era...
Reviewed by David Katz in issue: Aug/Sep/2021
Mike Block & Sandeep Das
Top of the World
Mike Block is one of the bravest, most intriguing musicians on the American fusion scene. A cellist and member of...
Reviewed by Robin Denselow in issue: July/2021
Novel attempts to fuse the traditional musics of Ireland and Iran were beginning to make themselves felt on the edges...
Reviewed by Michael Quinn in issue: July/2021
Cath & Phil Tyler
Spanning the Anglo-American folk duo’s career from 2005 to 2018, Some Heavy Hand is a marvellous collection of unreleased session...
Reviewed by Doug Deloach in issue: July/2021
Southeast of Rain
Formed of sound artists Sophia Shen and Lemon Guo, Southeast of Rain was conceived in the autumn of 2019, when...
Reviewed by Charlie Cawood in issue: July/2021
Rambunctious folk big band Bellowhead enjoyed a whirlwind career – playing Glastonbury Festival, winning umpteen awards and occupying London’s Southbank...
Reviewed by Julian May in issue: July/2021
Pecata Beata is the third album by Catalan singer, composer and clarinettist Carola Ortiz (who contributed clarinet on Anandi Bhattacharya’s...
Reviewed by Jo Setters in issue: July/2021
Acho Estol and Dolores Solá have spent 25 years revivifying tango and other Argentinian and international musical genres with wit,...
Reviewed by Chris Moss in issue: July/2021
Montréal has been at the forefront of club culture in Canada for some time now: from multi-arts practice in Ausgang...
Reviewed by Alex De Lacey in issue: July/2021
Rão Kyao was actually born João Gorjão Jorge and was a key figure in the local Portuguese jazz scene in...
Reviewed by GonÇalo Frota in issue: July/2021
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