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Review: Cortex @ Jazz Café (London, 15th June 2017)

Review: Cortex @ Jazz Café (London, 15th June 2017)

It is not often that you can attend a live performance evoking a historical music phenomenon that no present music scene will ever bring back. It’s what music does, it transcends both space and time – we get to feel how innovative and unique that time was. And how relevant...
Review: Erykah Badu @ Eventim Apollo (London, 6th July 2017)

Review: Erykah Badu @ Eventim Apollo (London, 6th July 2017)

Erykah Badu is a force who subtly commands the stage with her jazzy voice, enlightened song-writing and empathetic connection. This was a much-anticipated return from the “Queen of Neo Soul” as she played her first London gig in five years (thanks to the work of Neo Luv). The venue was sold...
Review: Mokoomba @ 229 The Venue (London, 18th June 2017)

Review: Mokoomba @ 229 The Venue (London, 18th June 2017)

 We don’t often go back home sweating and physically tired after a gig, but when we do, it’s because we’ve danced the show away and that’s inevitably what you’ll end up doing when Mokoomba are on stage. Since 2008, the Zimbabwean quintet put their souls and bodies in their performances...
Review: Soweto Kinch @ Boondocks (London, 7th June 2017)

Review: Soweto Kinch @ Boondocks (London, 7th June 2017)

A voice with a conscience, songs with a message. Soweto Kinch is part of a new breed of young musicians rising in the current socio-political climate. A saxophonist and spoken-word artist who not only has beauty to share, but adds depth in his observations and their connection to the world...
Review: Baba Zula @ Under the Bridge (London, 27th April 2017)

Review: Baba Zula @ Under the Bridge (London, 27th April 2017)

You can strip them of their cables, pedals and stage costumes, but you can’t extinguish their innate psychedelic flame. As a matter of fact, despite part of their equipment never reaching London, after being lost at the airport, Baba Zula set Chelsea’s Under the Bridge on fire during their latest...
Review: Snarky Puppy + Becca Stevens @ Brixton Academy (London, 5th May 2017)

Review: Snarky Puppy + Becca Stevens @ Brixton Academy (London, 5th May 2017)

Snarky Puppy is a sonically charged revolution of intelligent, jazz-inspired funk-infused with a dizzying mix of rip-roaring bombastic rock, easing into edgy, new era classical, melancholic electronic (and perfectly blended) world music; a freshly invented and entirely new genre. Lead by bassist, composer and producer Michael League, the 3* time Grammy...
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