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Arun Luthra Interview

New York saxophonist and konnakol artist Arun Luthra spoke to Charlie Anderson about his blending of jazz and South Indian music.   Tell us about your background and how you got into jazz.      I’m the child of an Indian father and a British mother. I was born in the U.S. and raised in both…

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Noah Ball interview

Charlie Anderson spoke to Noah Ball, the man behind Outlook and Dimensions festivals, and the new UK festival We Out Here.   Noah Ball is the founder and managing director of NVS Music Group, the company behind Outlook & Dimensions festivals. He has been a core part of the Croatian festival market, also responsible for…

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Jazz News (Aug. 2019)

Turner Sims announce new season Turner Sims, Southampton have announced their Autumn jazz series of concerts which include harpist Alina Bzhezhinska, saxophonist Mark Lockheart, pianist Carla Bley, trumpeter Mathias Eick, Chris Potter Circuits Trio and Nikki Yeoh/Zoe Rahman Duo. The season begins on Saturday 28th September with Alina Bzhezhinska’s HipHarp Collective.   Terry Seabrook’s Milestones…

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Jazz News (June 2019)

Love Supreme Festival Line Up The final line up for Love Supreme Festival has been announced, including the Jazz In The Round and Bandstand stages. The Bandstand includes Alex Curtis, Lost Organ Unit, Sam Carelse, Xhosa Cole, Zeñel (pictured), Mingus Underground, Teotima, Clandestino and Terry Pack’s Trees, whilst the Jazz In The Round stage features…

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Jazz News: Brainchild Festival 2019 Line Up

Brainchild Festival have today announced the line up for their 2019 festival. The all-inclusive, independent festival encourages creativity and collaboration with an eclectic mixture of different bands, DJs, theatre, comedy, spoken word, talks, films and workshops. Maisha, the jazz group led by drummer Jake Long, are currently touring their new album There Is A Place…

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Jazz News (May 2019)

Love Supreme Line Up Announcement Love Supreme Festival have announced more artists to their line up, with The Cinematic Orchestra joining headliners Ms. Lauryn Hill and Gladys Knight. The Cinematic Orchestra have released their first album in 12 years, To Believe, on the Ninja Tune label. The line up for The Bandstand and Friday night’s Arena…

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Duncan Eagles Interview

Saxophonist Duncan Eagles is normally the frontman of four-piece Partikel, who have already released four albums and toured worldwide. Charlie Anderson spoke to him to discuss the release of his debut album, Citizen, and the start of his UK tour, which ends on 29th March at The Verdict in Brighton.   Let’s start by talking…