Tag Archives: new jazz records

Matt Anderson/Jiannis Pavlidis Duo

Bio Saxophonist Matt Anderson and guitarist Jiannis Pavlidis have spent a great deal of time playing together over the past five years in a variety of different contexts, however they are at their least constrained and most spontaneous when working in the format of their latest album, where they are heard simply as a duo. On […]

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NJR Live: Svarc Hanley Longhawn

SVARC HANLEY LONGHAWN Welcome back for the third addition to the NJR Live album . This month features “Svarc Hanley Longhawn” a powerhouse organ trio from Leeds, bursting with inventiveness. Kratnz, Scofield, Jimmy Smith and Hendirx fans will all have something to take away here. Recorded at the LS6 Jam in Clock Cafe back in March. Listen below and […]

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NJR Live: Will Howard and Declan Forde

I’ve finally got round to putting out the second instalment of the NJR Live album and it’s a proper little jazzy treat. Two beautifully played standards featuring the talents of Will Howard on saxophone and Declan Forde on piano. [bandcamp width=100% height=120 album=1197989232 size=large bgcol=ffffff linkcol=0687f5 tracklist=false artwork=small]   RECORD ME, RECORD ME! If you […]

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Live Album Project

It’s been a busy few months and I’m behind. I’ve a backlog of amazing music to get out and still more recording dates in the pipeline! More about all that soon, for now the news is about a new live project! Today sees the release of New Jazz Records Live a compilation album of live […]

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Drawing Hands by Drawing Hands

[bandcamp width=100% height=120 album=13577092 size=large bgcol=ffffff linkcol=de270f tracklist=false artwork=small]   Huzzah! The first release, out into the world, away it goes. And what a beautiful thing it is too! Double bassist and composer Sam Jackson presents his band Drawing Hands. Inspired by 17th century counterpoint, traditional English folk and 21st century jazz. Available for pay […]

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Drawing Hands

Bio Drawing Hands are a Leeds-based quartet that performs original music inspired by 17th century counterpoint, traditional English folk and 21st century jazz. Led their primary composer and double-bassist Sam Jackson, the musicians met whilst studying at Leeds College of Music. Their eponymous debut was released in October 2014. Their follow up album “March” was […]

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