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Move Closer To The Swing, Melody, And Vibe Of Steve Spacek

UK singer/producer Steve Spacek should need no introduction! With a stellar discography stretching back eighteen years, his work continues to excite and surprise in equal measures. Transcending genre and style, he instead focuses more on swing, melody, vibe, and atmosphere. From his forward-thinking music in the early 2000’s with the …

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Future Classics

Miles Bonny & Shhor “Way EP”

via Twistedsoul: Miles Bonny and Shhor share their first collaborative release. Their EP titled “Way” is an ode to connection, friendship, and support. The 4-track project features the original version produced by Damien Smith, who introduced the pair to each other in Melbourne, Australia during a mutual music gig and …

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Future Classics
Jazz

Nubya Garcia “Nubya’s 5ive” (jazz re:freshed)

via Twistedsoul: Say hello to Nubya Garcia, the London-based saxophonist and composer who works as part of six-piece, Maisha, and the Nérija septet. Taking a step away from band duties, Garcia releases her first solo project “Nubya’s 5ive” via Jazz re:freshed. The 5 song project which “explores the common ground between progressive …

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Jazz

Collocutor “The Search” (On The Corner Records)

via Twistedsoul: Tamar Osborn’s Collocutor ensemble follow-on from their acclaimed debut LP “Instead” with a new full-length titled “The Search”. According to the label “The album title refers to searching for a better way to exist in the world, but that could be emotional, spiritual or more simply a move …

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Jazz

Yazz Ahmed “The Space Between The Fish & The Moon (La Saboteuse, Chapter One)”

via Twistedsoul: Bahraini-British performer Yazz Ahmed is transforming what jazz means in 2017. The recent Naim Records signee has built a credible reputation with her solo work as well as working with the likes of Radiohead, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Steve Williamson, Courtney Pine, These New Puritans and more. Ahmed recently …

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Future Classics
Broken Beat

Tatham,Mensah,Lord & Ranks “Two Way Here One Way Go, No Facetime (errors​)​, BBQ” (2000BLACK)

via Twistedsoul: The collective talents of Dego, Kaidi Tatham, Mr. Mensah and Matt Lord combine once again for 2000Black. From the opening afro-tinged percussion of “Two Way Here One Way Go” you know this 3-tracker is going to be special. Delectably soulful and deep is where it’s at on “No …

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Future Classics
Electronic

Clap! Clap! “A Thousand Skies” (Black Acre Records)

via Twistedsoul: Acclaimed Italian producer, songwriter, and live performer Clap! Clap! (aka Cristiano Crisci) continues his experimental fusion of sound with “A Thousand Skies”. Following his debut album, 2014’s “Tayi Bebba” which soundtracked the tour of an imaginary island, “A Thousand Skies” is a blend of Crisci’s career to date combining …

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Future Classics
Soul

Olivier St. Louis “Ever Since The Fall” (Jakarta Records)

via Twistedsoul: This new work is a real treat for the the ears. After releasing a collaborative EP with Warp’s Bibio, Washington DC native Olivier St. Louis (FKA Olivier Daysoul) shares a new EP titled “Ever Since The Fall”. The six song project features productions by St. Louis, Bibio, and …

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Future Classics
Ambient Jazz

Torben Unit “Torben Unit” (Money $ex Records)

via Kudos: “New Band Name, new LP, The former Max Graef Band toured and worked on new music all year. Musical progress, and the impression of not enough edge and rawness in a lot of recent music, inspired and motivated a majority of the recording. The band has grown as …

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Jazz

Vibration Black Finger “Blackism”

via TwistedSoul: Unique and adventurous, like the man himself, Lascelle Lascelles (aka Lascelle Gordon) shares the highly inventive “Blackism” by his new project Vibration Black Finger. As one of the leading DJs at London’s Wag Club in the 80s, he earned a reputation as an eclectic and adventurous musical spirit, …

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Music Documentaries
Worldwide Sounds

Congo Beat The Drum – The Documentary

Two musicians from Tel Aviv travel to Jamaica to record an album with forgotten reggae artists from the past. The film follows Kalbata (Ariel Tagar) and Mixmonster (Uri Wertheim), from their basement studio in Tel Aviv, all the way to the Kingston ghettos, looking for their favourite singers of days …

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Future Classics
Jazz

Georgia “All Kind Music” (Palto Flats Records)

ECM-era Don Cherry global jazz meets contemporary electronic avant-garde, true world dance music for the next millennium. With guest turns on every track, Georgia explore a new approach to studio production, incorporating the sounds of world and jazz music into their digital funk and combining and processing improvisation and composed …

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