Tag Archives: Robert Mitchell

Daymé Arocena: The Spirit of Young Cuba @ St Pancras Old Church

Daymé Arocena launched her forthcoming debut album on Gilles Peterson’s Brownswood imprint in the intimate setting of St Pancras Old Church in front an audience charged with anticipation. Last night I ventured into hinterlands of Kings Cross in search of … Continue reading

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NEXUS-ONE WORLD MUSIC: What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?

Frederick Douglas’ famous speech ‘What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?’ provides the theme to the next Nexus – One World concert at St George’s Bloomsbury. The monthly Jazz Warriors International/Nexus – One World concerts at St George’s … Continue reading

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TONIGHT!! TWO BAAAAD LIVE SESSIONS: 3io @ jazz re:freshed + Dego meets Put Me On It

TWO BAAAD SESSIONS…. On the West side… in the Grove @ Mau Mau jazz re:freshed host the official album launch of 3io‘s ‘THE EMBRACE’. Developing out of Robert Mitchell’s larger band Panacea, this trio, 3io, have a musical relationship that … Continue reading

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