Tags : jazz

‘Ronnie’s’ Is A Timely And Stylish Celebration Of The Arts:

A celebration of music, creativity and nightlife, Oliver Murray’s documentary Ronnie’s is a surprisingly pertinent film that captures the importance of the arts and illustrates late 20th-century London in an alluringly bohemian light. Charting the life of Ronnie Scott, jazz saxophonist and co-founder of Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, the film begins in a wistful, nostalgic mood. […]Read More

Single Review: Joy Is You // Oscar Jerome

‘Joy Is You’ is the new single from extremely talented guitarist and vocalist Oscar Jerome. This is the fifth single and closing song from incoming debut album Breathe Deep which will be released on 14th August. Released on Friday 3rd July, ‘Joy Is You’ is a lighter, more stripped-down sound coming from the South-London based artist, […]Read More

Track Review: Waiting // Slye

Slye is an up-and-coming talent from Liverpool. He blends beautiful guitars with a soulful R’n’B vocals. On his brilliant new track ‘Waiting’, there is also a smattering of jazz, bringing a fresh and unique sound that I haven’t heard before. The track follows his previous single, ‘Into Colour’, which was a loud disco banger. It […]Read More

Album Review: Untitled Unmastered // Kendrick Lamar

It’s impossible to talk about untitled unmastered. without discussing what came before it. To Pimp A Butterfly was one of the most universally loved albums of 2015, perhaps of the decade. It spawned both hit singles in ‘i’ and ‘King Kunta’ and an anthem for Black Lives Matter protests in ‘Alright’, won numerous Grammy’s and cemented Kendrick’s […]Read More