Latest News: Jazz, Recommended New Release
21st June 2023
Celebrating the centenary of one of jazz’s most formidable personalities, this boxed set gathers all seven studio releases from the master’s overlooked final years as bandleader.
16th August 2022
This rare live recording enjoys a loving reissue from Gearbox Records, featuring Roland Kirk playing with a trio of local British musicians; Stan Tracey, Malcolm Cecil and Ronnie Stephenson.
31st May 2022
The London multireedist of Sons of Kemet and The Comet Is Coming fame releases his first full solo project, a short album of meditative woodwind music.
1st May 2022
Anna von Hausswolff's spellbinding set at the 2018 Montreux Jazz Festival enjoys a vinyl release on Southern Lord and Pomperipossa Records, making for an excellent introduction to the Swedish pipe organist/singer-songwriter's dark musical world.
7th December 2021
Explore the sounds of 1980s Japanese 'city pop', a style that combined the sounds of soft rock, jazz and R&B, on this new compilation from We Want Sounds.
1st November 2021
Commemorating 10 years since the British jazz composer, bassist and bandleader's passing, My Only Desire Records release his previously unheard 'British Conversations' suite, originally recorded in 1975.
21st June 2021
After a prolific year of small releases, the Lahore, Pakistan quartet make their full-length debut on Astigmatic Records, straddling North Indian classical music, hip-hop and improvised jazz.
14th June 2021
The cosmic jazz trio's first three releases - Prophecy, Channel the Spirits, and Death to the Planet - are made available again on vinyl from The Leaf Label.
7th June 2021
The mind-melting debut from one of the UK's most influential electronic acts gets a deluxe reissue courtesy of Warp Records on its 25th anniversary.
26th May 2021
A definitive 4 CD boxset collecting together all of the studio recordings, plus rare live recordings, made by one of finest British rhythm and blues groups of the sixties, The Graham Bond Organization.
6th November 2019
A rare recording of the short-lived 1969 Miles Davis Quintet that featured Chick Corea, Jack DeJohnette, Wayne Shorter and Dave Holland, taking no prisoners on stage in Rotterdam.