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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...
Review: Telefon Tel Aviv @ The Jazz Café (London, 24th March 2017)

Review: Telefon Tel Aviv @ The Jazz Café (London, 24th March 2017)

Pulling you in by your collarbone, Telefon Tel Aviv defines electronica, and takes it to a level that makes their performance a memorable one. Performing live at the Jazz Café Camden, one look at Joshua Eustis‘ audience will tell you that he defines originality and diverse connection, cuttingly new age, yet...
Review: Songhoy Blues & Témé Tan @ Omeara (London, 23rd March 2017)

Review: Songhoy Blues & Témé Tan @ Omeara (London, 23rd March 2017)

If your music is strong enough to overcome religious fundamentalism and exile, how can a narrow-minded visa denial possibly harm it? That’s why Songhoy Blues, without their original bass player (who was stuck in Bamako because of an issue with his documents) performed a show to remember at Omeara. Introduced expertly,...
Review: Flavia Coelho @ Omeara (London, 21st March 2017)

Review: Flavia Coelho @ Omeara (London, 21st March 2017)

Are you looking for an anthology of Brazilian music? Don’t try to find it on Amazon or at your nearby record shop… buy a ticket for the next Flavia Coelho gig instead. Because the Brazilianidade oozes from every pore of the carioca singer/songwriter. At Omeara, accompanied by two remarkable music...
Review: Bostich + Fussible (Rich Mix, 10th February 2017)

Review: Bostich + Fussible (Rich Mix, 10th February 2017)

There are people who want to build walls and others who aim to tear them down, both metaphorical and physical. Maybe it wasn’t meant to evoke any parallelism, but it’s inevitable to find a connection between what is going to be built on the US/Mexican border and the final moments...
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