A big thank you to The Vinyl Factory for including our forthcoming album ‘Continuation’ in their ‘New albums to look for in February’ feature! Read more here:
We’re very pleased to announce our 3rd album will be released in February 2020, again with the fantastic On The Corner Records.
Marking a transition to a slightly smaller band line-up, it is at heart a very personal album about coping with grief and the aftermath of loss, with the realisation that grief does not exist without love.
Previews and pre-orders are up on bandcamp – we hope the music connects with you.
Artwork by Victoria Topping
Here’s a little solo taster ahead of our gig at the Royal Albert Hall’s Elgar Room, as part of the 10th anniversary of their Late Night Jazz series. Tickets and info:
Strictly limited 7″ pressing! Head over to bandcamp before it’s too late….
Video by Subframe Media:
Tamar selected a few tracks for a Sunday morning in conjunction with Sanjay Mistry and long-running series MailTape (illustration by Pierre-Julien Fieux):
We’re very excited to announce our new 12″ EP ‘Black Satin’, featuring live renditions of Miles Davis’ classic track (from a session for Champagne Funk/Balamii Radio) and our own The Search, and remixes of The Search and Everywhere by DJ Khalab and Ruth Goller (Melt Yourself Down, Let Spin). Available to pre-order from On The Corner Records bandcamp:
You can also buy a poster of Victoria Topping’s amazing artwork!
Percussionless quartet version of one of our favourites ‘Everywhere’, performed for our Worldwide FM live session earlier this year and featuring Tamar on tenor sax for a change… Enjoy!
We were very happy to be invited to do a Jazz Special radio show on Worldwide FM earlier this week. Hosted by band leader Tamar, the showed featured selections from and interviews with several band members and a quartet version of the group live in session.
Watch/listen back to most of the live stream here:
Just before the release of ‘The Search’ Tamar talked to Bandcamp Weekly about the band, the new album & its artwork, and the life of a freelance musician…listen back here: