Gig Guide

12Aug
2022

The Romarna Campbell Quartet

Romarna’s storytelling begins with the drums. The nomadic spirit of this exciting drummer, producer and composer lives in her jazz and hip hop-infused music. Her irrepressible energy can be heard on ‘Inherently Political’, a super-charged sonic assault on racism that immediately won favour with Anne Frankenstein, Jazz FM’s Tony Minvielle and had her crowned by Jamz Supernova as New Name of the Week.

Her independently-released kaleidoscopic debut ‘25 Songs For My 25th Birthday’ features Soweto Kinch, Tomeka Reid, Sumi Tonooka and Lady Sanity and takes us deeper into her world of resonant frequencies and conscious vibrations.

Having honed her craft with Berklee College of Music, Tomorrow's Warriors and the Notebenders, Romarna stands on the shoulders of giants and is drawing inspiration from the view as she beats a path forward that is very much her own.

Features - Romarna Campbell, Mutale Chashi, Cenk Esen, and Demima Mseleku.

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19Aug
2022

Tom Ollendorf Quartet

Guitarist Tom Ollendorff has been fast building a reputation as an outstanding improviser and imaginative composer. His debut album A Song For You (Fresh Sound Records) is an elegantly accomplished mix of gracefully grooving songlike themes, warmly conversational improvising, baroque-like unaccompanied etudes, and headlong fast-bop swing.

" . . . Ollendorff’s sensitivity to space and nuance, and the expressive economy of his phrasing sometimes recalls the work of the legendarily graceful Jim Hall (John Fordham - London Jazz News).

Tom's fellow music makers in this quartet are Jay Davis - Drums, Will Sach - Bass and Alex Hitchcock - Tenor Sax.

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26Aug
2022

Collocutor

Collocutor is a ground-breaking modal jazz ensemble formed and led by saxophonist/composer Tamar Osborn (aka Tamar Collocutor). Drawing on wide-ranging influences from electric-era Miles Davis to minimalism via Indian classical music and the Ethiopique sound, Collocutor’s approach reflects the meaning of their name: ‘a person taking part in a conversation’.

Over the course of three albums and an EP, the unique sound of the quintet has matured into something exploratory, deep and compelling.

"sublime work that converges fluently between modal jazz, spiritual and afro-futurist dialogues." Essential! Sounds of the Universe

“mesmerising and elevating” Jane Cornwell, London Evening Standard

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