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Matthew Ruddick

Author of Funny Valentine, an acclaimed new biography of the jazz trumpet player and singer, Chet Baker.
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Rob Mallows

Saturday, 14 November 2015 21:56

John McLaughlin - Black Light

Six-string maestro proves age is no barrier to innovation and creativity.
Chris Minh Doky is a bassist who in his recording career has looked at jazz from a number of different perspectives: funk, electronic, straight-ahead, orchestral. He’s played with some of the great names in electric jazz such as Mike Stern and the Brecker Brothers, and also gained global renown with his own trio and current band, the Nomads. For his next project he is taking inspiration from his Nordic homeland of Denmark.
Saturday, 24 October 2015 01:07

Pixel - Golden Years

High-definition sound from Norwegian jazz trendsetters.
The Puppy continues its upward trajectory to global domination.
British bass player and his band shine in the spotlight.
Sunday, 13 September 2015 04:54

Misha Mullov-Abbado - New Ansonia

London bass player offers a tasty assortment on his solo debut.
Friday, 28 August 2015 18:53

Quantic Presents - The Western Transient

Mercurial electronic pioneer delivers soul-influenced album mixing many influences, with mixed results.
Groove King Minh and his Nomads kick the weekend off with a boom at Ronnie Scott’s
Sunday, 05 July 2015 01:04

Andreas Hourdakis Trio - In a Barn

Fine debut from one of the most distinctive guitar voices in European jazz
Saturday, 27 June 2015 16:06

David Sanborn - Time and The River

David Sanborn teams up with his old sparring partner, Marcus Miller, with mixed results
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Rob Mallows

London Jazz Meetup owner and fan of ‘plugged in’ jazz.

Erminia Yardley

Freelance journalist & writer. Jazz mad. Art lover. Photography freak.

Simon Cooney

By day a full time Londoner in tv news. By night jazzaholic



Fernando Rose

I love my jazz and I bless the funk. I play percussion for all and sundry and go by @Mr Cool.

Hilary Robertson

Jazz-obsessed freelance writer and saxist.



Grae Shennan

Laboratory scientist with a love of evolving music that defies boundaries.