1 July 2019

Chiminyo Interview

Chiminyo, aka drummer Tim Doyle, spoke to Charlie Anderson about his solo drum project and how he got started in drumming.   How did you first get into playing the drums? I played in an indie band first, when I was 13. I was actually a guitarist and in the first rehearsal we worked out […]

8 May 2019

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 […]

1 May 2019

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,┬áTo Believe, on the Ninja Tune label. The line up for The Bandstand and Friday night’s Arena […]

1 May 2017

Live Review: MAISHA at The Verdict

MAISHA New Generation Jazz,The Verdict, Brighton Friday 31st March 2017        Drummer Jake Long’s MAISHA specialise in post-Coltrane world-influenced music, very much in the spirit of Pharaoh Sanders and this was apparent from the first number, Welcome to a New Welcome.     The final piece of the first set was introduced by an extended […]

1 April 2017

Jake Long interview

Maisha (meaning ‘Life’) are a London-based ensemble led by drummer Jake Long. The band also features Nubya Garcia on saxophone/flute, Shirley Tetteh on guitar, Amane Suganami on keyboard, Twm Dylan on double bass and Tim Doyle on percussion.   Tell us about Maisha.     “The group play original music inspired by artists such as Alice […]

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