Yet more excursions into the wonderful world of psychedelic pop from the most talented of all the Beatles’ offspring.
Tuba player and member of none other than Sons Of Kemet, key players London’s happening jazz scene, Theon Cross’s solo record is an eclectic venture into modern jazz music, with sparks of free jazz, hip-hop and dub. Delightful South London vibes aplenty!
Mind-expanding debut solo album from Jay Stone! Heavily influenced by 60s and 70s funk, soul and jazz–think A Tribe Called Quest and De La Soul–but with his own unique twist of charismatic lyrics, verve and style.
Musical powerhouses Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst join forces to produce a surprise album of tender indie-rock tinged with melancholia. An example of outstanding songwriting!
Jacklin’s long-awaited second album is an expertly-crafted record that fuses powerful, heady vocals with catchy melodies and strong lyrics to boot. It is a fabulously dynamic album with some really accomplished numbers showing off Jacklin’s talent for songwriting, including ‘Head Alone’ and ‘Don’t Know How To Keep Loving You’.