[NEW ALBUM] Ximo Tebar “Con Alma & United” [Warner] Mainstream Progressive Jazz Standards [On Tour with Nathaniel Townsley, John Benítez…] DownBeat Jazz Magazine [June 2018]

A new twist in the career of Ximo Tebar, from “Son Mediterraneo” to Mainstream Progressive Jazz. Sound of surprise A new twist in the career of Ximo Tebar, from Son Mediterraneo to Mainstream Progressive Jazz Ximo Tébar’s new cd “Con Alma & United” [Warner 2018] takes us back to the American era of the progressive…

Portico Quartet have found a contemporary sound to thrill their fans [The Guardian]

“Portico Quartet stake claims to territory occupied by Radiohead, Cinematic Orchestra and Efterklang”. The Guardian ***** Mercury Prize-nominated Portico Quartet has always been an impossible band to pin down. Sending out echoes of jazz, electronica, ambient music and minimalism, the group created their own singular, cinematic sound over the course of three studio albums, from…

Gogo Penguin new album ‘A Humdrum Star’ on Blue Note on February 2018

GOGO PENGUIN will release a new album ‘A Humdrum Star’ on Blue Note on the 9th February promising that it’s ‘a bit weirder, more cinematic and electronic focused than what they’ve done before,’ it’s also the first they’ve recorded entirely in their adopted home Manchester. A Humdrum Star, builds on the heady momentum of its…

New Release: Gregory Porter “Nat King Cole & Me”

On October 27, 2-time GRAMMY-winning vocalist Gregory Porter will release his 3rd Blue Note album, Nat King Cole & Me, a heartfelt tribute to his idol, the legendary singer, pianist and Capitol recording artist Nat King Cole. With the help of 6-time GRAMMY-winning arranger Vince Mendoza, the London Studio Orchestra, a core band featuring pianist…

Kenny Garrett

· DISPONIBLE  2019 ·   En el transcurso de una carrera estelar que ha abarcado más de 30 años, Kenny Garrett se ha convertido en el preeminente saxofonista alto, de su generación. Cuando tenía 18 años recibió su primera oferta interesante de empleo: formar parte de la Duke Ellington Orchestra, que dirigia Mercer Ellington. Tras…

Eli Degibri

“Don’t miss him…” Ben Ratliff. The New York Times   Like bassist Avishai Cohen, whom he succeeded as co-artistic director of the Red Sea Jazz Festival, Jaffa-born Eli Degibri has returned to Israel after distinguishing himself at Berklee College of Music and the Thelonious Monk Institute and serving significant stretches in Herbie Hancock’s sextet and…