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jazz Tag Archive

Album Review: ‘What Kinda Music’ – Tom Misch and Yussef Dayes

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Sophie Kyrpiotis reviews the first collaboration album from Tom Misch and Yussef Dayes...

Album Review: Ain’t It Great EP – The Q-Tip Bandits

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Tom Moorcroft takes a look at the indie/rock sensations from across the pond...

Interview: Leo Son of The Q-Tip Bandits

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With their debut EP "Ain't It Great" set for release on 10 April, Tom Moorcroft spoke to Leo Son, the co-front person of The Q-Tip Bandits...

EP Review: Easy Life – Junk Food

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Following ‘Creature Habits’ and ‘Spaceships’ alongside many singles that have already earned the band a large fanbase known for wreaking havoc at live shows, and much...

The Courier Classics: Amy Winehouse’s “Back to Black”

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Bonya Kleyman flashes back to Amy Winehouse's 'Back to Black' for this week's Courier Classics....

In Interview with a Fringe Favourite: Comedy-Jazz Duo Harry and Chris

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Writing comedy is hard. Writing music is harder. But writing comedy in verse for a live-performed music piece is what Harry & Chris know how to do best. Creating an explosive...

How black excellence transformed music history

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Bonya Kleyman discusses the rich history of black musical excellence across a range of genres. ...

Harry and Chris ‘Save The World’

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Carys Rose Thomas interviews the comedy-music duo Harry & Chris...

Level 42 Live Review

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Level 42- whose career has spanned over forty years- put on an excellent performance at The Sage at Gateshead on 16th October....

Live Review: Laura Misch at The Cluny 2

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Laura Misch demonstrated incredible musicianship as the jazz multi-instrumentalist captivated a packed Cluny 2 last week. Supporting was Newcastle’s Ceitidh Mac, who combined...