December 22, 2017

Fightmilk: ‘Pity Party’ (EP)

As you might expect from a band that has ‘fight’ in their name, Fightmilk’s EP begins with ominous-sounding guitars.

Formed in 2015, they released their first EP ‘The Curse of Fightmilk’ last summer. Their new one, ‘Pity Party’ has g...

December 22, 2017

Charmpit: ‘Jelly’ (EP)
DL/Vinyl (Keroline Records

I was instantly charmed by Charmpit’s latest EP ‘Jelly’, and not just because it’s named after me. In all seriousness, “Charmpit” is the perfect word to describe their style. Their lo-fi, unwashed pop punk sound and shou...

December 22, 2017

Moses Boyd Exodus – Jazz Café

Miles Mosley – Islington Assembly Hall

Knower – Scala

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December 22, 2017

To claim that African American artists produced moving works during the politically turbulent period between 1963-1983 is an understatement. A musical thread runs throughout Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power, an exhibition currently showing at the Tate Mo...

December 22, 2017

There’s no question that Moses Boyd is making an impact on the shape of the London Jazz scene. Last year’s Rye Lane Shuffle marked a departure from his earliest work, as he began to arrange Jazz instrumentation with a producer’s mentality. Continuing in the electronic...

December 22, 2017

London’s Jazz scene is thriving under its current compatibility with varied influences ranging from grime to afrobeat and hip hop. With the release of her third album, Arise, vocalist Zara McFarlane personalises this diversity of influence, tracing her Caribbean musica...

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