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Interview: Vels Trio – Shaping New Jazz Forms (January 2019)

We left Vels Trio a few months ago, after an electrifying set during Ealing Jazz Festival, and we’ll meet them again in a few days’ time at another jazz festival in the British capital. This time, the prog and electro-jazz trio from Brighton will perform in North East London during North...

Album Review: Nicola Cruz – Siku [ZZK Records; January 2019]

Album Review: Nicola Cruz – Siku [ZZK Records; January 2019]

One of the most iconic and recognisable instruments from South America is probably the siku, a handmade pan-pipe made of bamboo shoots, originating from the Andes and played to this day by its indigenous peoples. Countless variations of the siku exist in South America – each with its own variation...

Preview: Mr Morski @ Hootananny (London; Sunday 27th January 2019)

After having sailed all along the Mediterranean musical Sea, now it’s time to go ashore and discover what continental Europe has to offer when it comes to notes. For the first Rhythm Passport’s Rootmaster appointment of 2019, we will visit the Balkans, Bulgaria to be more precise, with a good-and-proper...

Album Review: Daxuva & Nina Miranda – Le Jardin [August 2018]

Album Review: Daxuva & Nina Miranda – Le Jardin [August 2018]

Le Jardin (The Garden) is a soft electro-pop album created in collaboration by Anglo-Brazilian singer Nina Miranda and Brazilian producer Daxuva (Pedro Ferraz) – the debut record under the Daxuva moniker. The album sets itself within a collision; on one side you see the soft, sensual aspects of a garden,...

Your Ticket to… 2018 (in 10+ Albums)

By now, you’d already know that we don’t like charts, ranks or hierarchies. So, of course, we have compiled a list of our favourite albums of the year (next to songs and videos), but more than a ranking, we prefer to call our choices a “music guide to 2018”. To...

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