Boom Music
Eclectic Jazz Worldwide Sounds

BOOM MUSIC – Show #43 (Hosted by Colectivo Futuro)

Spring finally arrives in London and with it a new selection by Colectivo Futuro! Featuring new and upcoming music from Jessica Lauren, Sean Khan featuring Hermeto Pascoal, Nu Guinea, Rodrigo Tavares, and Waaju on our very own Olindo Records. As well as old favourites by Weldon Irvine, Leroy Hutson, Okay …

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Afro Jazz Latin

Waaju Discuss Forthcoming LP & Premiere “Kaolack”

Olindo Records is delighted to present its second release and first LP by London based Afro-Latin Jazz quintet Waaju. A project that never stands still, Waaju’s members have been busy as part of other ensembles (Caravela, Bahla, Jordan Rakei, and Ashley Henry to name a few), which means they cherish …

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Brazil Jazz

Video Premiere: Sean Khan “Moment Of Collapse (feat. Heidi Vogel)”

For his third album for Far Out Recordings, London based multi-instrumentalist and one of Europe’s finest saxophonists Sean Khan ventured to Rio de Janeiro to collaborate with iconic Brazilian polymath Hermeto Pascoal. Taking its title from the escaped slave settlement ‘Palmares’ in the Northeast of Brazil during the 1600s, “Palmares …

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Ambient Jazz

Exclusive Premiere: Emanative “Lions of Judah (Live at Café OTO)”

2018 has a lot in store for London spiritual Jazz outfit Emanative, with a full double LP and several remixes forthcoming, as well as some full live band appearances and DJ gigs. “Planet B” is the band’s first release of the year, and it takes them in a slightly different …

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Jazz

Video Premiere: Natasha Agrama’s “Goodbye Porkpie Hat”

Combining emotional strength with the presence of sonic beauty, the music of Los Angeles based singer Natasha Agrama has lifted off, presented in the magnificence of “The Heart of Infinite Change” this year. Released on the Alpha Pup Records‘ Jazz imprint World Galaxy in fall of 2017, the album is …

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Jazz Amnesty
Jazz Reggae

Jazz Amnesty Sound System – #12 “Greater Antilles”

The story of Jazz has traveled far and wide and its influence can be heard across the globe. For this mix, J.A.S.S. focuses on Jazz from the Caribbean with a mix of sounds from Jamaica, Cuba, Haiti, and America (by well known Jazz Cats that have direct lineage to the …

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Balance Radio Show
Eclectic Jazz Soul & Funk

BALANCE Show #536 – Mixed by Spacewalker

Another Spacewalker excursion through the sounds of Balance! New music from The Potatohead People, Yazmin Lacey, Ryan Porter, Phonte, Raven Lenae and more, as well as this year’s first edition of the Essential Album Corner! TRACKLIST The Expansions – Ivory Mountain | Albert’s Favourites Ryan Porter – Anaya | World …

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Future Classics
Jazz

V/A “London On Key” (Waella’s Choice)

A compilation of new and original work from some of the best players in the capital, including Duval Timothy and members of Yussef Dayes Trio, Ruby Rushton, The Comet Is Coming, Vels Trio and Triforce. After sailing through soulful House waters with Hanna and RANGEr on their first two releases, …

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Future Classics
Jazz

ILL Considered “ILL Considered 3”

ILL Considered are on a roll at the moment, quietly stacking up their self-released output and smashing it on stage, much as they did at Total Refreshment Centre’s recent 6th birthday celebration. Their third LP is in fact their second studio album, following “Live in the Crypt”. “ILL Considered 3” …

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My Favorite Things
Eclectic Jazz Soul & Funk

MY FAVORITE THINGS #08 – Hosted by Psycut

From Bossa Nova to Jazz Fusion, My Favorite Things is back with some heat featuring deep music from my last digging excursion. I’m happy to spread with you the Live Version of “Long Way Home” from Ill Considered – for sure Spiritual and Free Jazz is very hot in London …

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Jazz

Broadstrokes Records Live Session In The Brownswood Basement

In this newly-released live session, Broadstrokes brings a calm, meditative air to Gilles Peterson’s Brownswood Basement. A classically trained organist and keys player, Broadstrokes is based in Nottingham in the UK. His musical dabblings include trumpet and bass, and his music is steeped in Jazz influences. His tracks often see …

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Boom Music
Eclectic Jazz

BOOM MUSIC – Show #42 (Hosted by Colectivo Futuro w/ Ben Brown of Waaju)

Ben Brown of Waaju guests to talk about the influences on their forthcoming, self-titled LP on Olindo Records, and their upcoming Ali Farka Touré tribute concert at North London’s Jazz Cafe on March 10th. Plus there’s more new music from the likes of Ill Considered, The Expansions, Hector Plimmer, the …

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