Welcome to this week’s run down of physical releases shipping from the Kudos warehouse.
Gondwana Records sign LA bassist and composer Seth Ford-Young’s Phi-Psonics project and announce a remastered deluxe-edition of The Cradle featuring bonus material. Following support from the likes of Jamie Cullum (BBCR2), Jazz FM & more, Manchester keyboardist, composer and producer Matt Wilde steps up with his debut physical release Every Story / Pivot. Jazzroom present a totally obscure release from Youngstown, Ohio’s Tony Lavorgna and his late 70’s early 1980’s band: The St. Thomas Quartet.
Justin Thurgur‘s Many Faces brings together Afro-infused grooves and nods towards Cuban Jazz and Dub, with Thurgur’s early passion for the likes of Miles Davis, Coltrane, Lee Morgan, Wayne Shorter & Herbie Hancock. Death Is Not The End bring us the third volume in a survey of the modern jazz & hard-bop scenes that emerged in the new cultural melting pot of post war London, with recordings from the end of the 1940s through to the early 1960s. Joona Toivanen Trio makes their We Jazz Records debut with their new album Both Only. Lastly, Perfect Toy gift us with the first official reissue of Bobby Cole‘s A Point of View.
The team at Diskotopia are extremely proud to present London via Tbilisi producer Sseq‘s debut self-titled LP. London-based musician and visual artist Alecs Pierce aka Yem Gel launches his new five-track EP titled Endchantment on Slagwerk. Escapism is the second album produced by Piotr Rajski also known as Pepe..
Pioneer of the global bass movement, producer, percussionist and DJ, Maga Bo returns with Amor (É Revolução), his first solo album in 10 years. Altercat present a unique fusion of the Indian and Egyptian music cultures devised by Baligh Hamdi, the most prominent of all modern composers in the Arab-speaking world. Demark’s Afro-Jazz pioneers The Kutimangoes bring us a tasty double-sider.
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