When I launched this blog, one thing I had on my list was Jazz re:freshed. There’s a whole heap of words been written on-line, in recent times, about the UK jazz scene so I thought a nice “little” on-line interview with … Continue reading
Posted in Is That Jazz?
Tagged 5ives, Broken Beat, funk, Gilles Peterson, Hip Hop, Jazz, Jazz Refreshed, Kaidi Tathnm, Ladbroke Grove, Mark De Clive Lowe, Mau Mau
RUMBA ORISHA presents a night of Cuban roots music. Sacred bata drumming and songs for the Orishas and vibrant Cuban rumba. With special guests Martha Galarraga (ex-Conjunto Folklorico Nacional de Cuba) and Gerardo de Armas Sarria (ex-Yoruba Andabo), two of … Continue reading
Posted in Deep stuff
Tagged Adam 'Rokers' Moses, Bata, Conjunto Folklorico Nacional de Cuba, Crispin Robinson, Cuba, Gerardo de Armas Sarria, Ifa, Jason Yarde, Jazz Refreshed, Kaidi Tatham, Martha Galarraga, Mau Mau, Movimientos, Orisha, Rich Mix, rumba, Santeria, Spry, WAH1, Yoruba Andabo
The lovely Guida De Palma rolls into London town to play Jazz Refreshed. Says it all! Guida is a Franco-Portuguese vocalist, songwriter and educator who spent most of her working life in Paris and London but now resides in Lisbon. … Continue reading
Here’s a few July sessions to tune into…Worldwide looks amazing… Blaze has got some deep stuff going down in east London… Mau Mau keep up the flow and the Southbank is gearing up… also, check out Ceu at the Jazz … Continue reading
Posted in Urban runnings...
Tagged Africa, Blaze, Calle 13, Cleveland Watlkiss, Esperanza Spalding, Gappy Ranks, Gilles Peterson, Hackney Empire, Jazz, live, London Is The Place For Me., Mau Mau, New Orleans, Orphy Robinson, Puerto Rico, Ronnie Scotts, Senegal, sessions, Vintage, Worldwide