Between The Cracks: 5 New Releases You May Have Missed

Between The Cracks

With so much good music coming through thick and fast, it’s easy for new music to drop online and go unnoticed. To help prevent this, we’ve picked five releases that may have slipped past your radar. Stream music from Jon Bap, 3TM, Miryam Solomon, Children Of Zeus and Zara Mcfarlane. If you like what you hear, support the artists.

 

Jon Bap – Yesterday’s Homily

Jon Bap has released a new album titled Yesterday Homily. With cosmic grooves, jazz vibrations and an anything goes looseness flowing throughtout each compostion this new album is a unqiue and compelling listen.

★★★★☆

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3TM – Form

3TM the trio consisting of Teppo Mäkynen, Jussi Kannaste and Antti Lötjönen deliver an album rooted somewhere in between acoustic jazz and abstract electronic music, blurring the lines of genre and time. A very interesting album for listeners wanting some adventurous jazz music.

★★★☆☆

Buy

 

Miryam Solomon – Magnolia

London based singer/songwriter Miryam Solomon explores jazz and electronica on her new EP.  Featuring contributions from Jean Berthon, Neil Charles, Tansay Omar, Shabaka Hutchings and Seb Rochford this is a project you don’t want to miss.

★★★☆☆

Buy

 

 Children Of Zeus – The Story So Far…

Children of Zeus drop a compilationof new and old tracks as a taster of what’s to come. With their debut album in the works this collection of raw, gritty, Hip Hop Soul music will tide fans over until the full length.

★★★☆☆

Buy

 

Zara Mcfarlane – Arise

London based artist Zara McFarlane draws on her childhood Caribbean musical heritage on an album that explores her interconnected vision of the diaspora. Produced by Moses Boyd the pair have put together a classy, jazz meets reggae album that often goes to unpredictable places that will have the listener hitting the play button over and over again.

★★★★☆

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