All posts tagged jazz

For Music Lovers: Kerouac’s On the Road

On the Road, written by Jack Kerouac, is considered a defining work of the post-war period. Now, in case you are one of the few that has never heard of […]

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Live Review: Tom Misch @ Printworks, 20/10/17

Producer, singer-songwriter and DJ Tom Misch has started to gain tremendous (and well deserved) popularity recently, emerging amongst a cluster of new London artists with music that is melodic and […]

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HERMIONE’S TOP 3 ALBUMS

This week, we bring the last instalment of our ‘Top 3 Albums’, with Hermione’s list of personal favourites.   Let me start with an important point. The three albums I have listed […]

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Five Shows to see in 2017

2017 is shaping up to be yet another great year for theatre in London! Listed below are my top five picks for must see shows of 2017…   The Wild […]

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Home at Last with Homeshake

I have had many music crushes that have come and gone over the past couple of years but unlike some, I think that Homeshake is definitely one that is here […]

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In Conversation with: Ady Suleiman

After first encountering Ady Suleiman perform a BBC Introducing set at KOKO a couple of months back, Josie Durney was left keen to find out more about this exciting singer […]

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Benjamin Clementine – At Least for Now: track by track review

At Least for Now is the début album of 2015 Mercury Award winner Benjamin Clementine. Clementine is a North London-raised singer, pianist, and poet. His atypical, non-traditional form makes it […]

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In Conversation with: Don Laka

Don Laka is the pseudonym of the South African jazz musician and founder of the first independent black record label in South Africa, Jazmee Records. However, what he is known […]