With so much good music coming through thick and fast, it’s easy for brand-new music to drop online and go overlooked. To help prevent this, we’ve picked five releases that you need to hear. Stream music from Rosie Turton, Time Groove, Angel Bat Dawid, Malibu Ken and Andrew Wasylyk. If you like what you hear, support the artists.
Rosie Turton – Rosie’s 5ive
Sublime, deep jazz cuts from young artist Rosie Turton on the always flawless Jazz re:freshed label. Backed by the likes of Maria Chiara Argirò, Jake Long, Ben Hayes to name a few this talented group of London musicians explores jazz, hip-hop, electronic and Indian classical music This is a magical debut from Turton that demands your attention from the first second to the last. Press play and bask in the wonderful sound of new UK jazz – buy on sight!
Time Groove – More Than One Thing
Guided by acclaimed pianist Nitai Hershkovits alongside one-third of Buttering Trio, Stones Throw recording artist, Rejoicer, this group of musicians have produced a sound which is both delicate yet powerful. Warming sounds to cleanse the mind, body and soul. This wonderful album is something you need to hear.
Angel Bat Dawid – The Oracle
Composer, clarinettist, singer and spiritual jazz soothsayer Angel Bat Dawid drops her sublime debut album on International Anthem. This wonderful release has a deeply spiritual feel with ‘We Are Strazz’ as the highlight among a very strong set.
Aesop Rock & TOBACCO are Malibu Ken
Aesop Rock and TOBACCO link up for a surreal collaborative project under the moniker of Malibu Ken. We’ve had this brilliant album on repeat all day long, and we’re sure you will too…
Andrew Wasylyk – The Paralian
Andrew Wasylyk is the alias of Scottish writer, producer and multi-instrumentalist, Andrew Mitchell. The 10-track album features music created during his extended a residency at Hospitalfield, Arbroath, Scotland using their restored, 19th century, Erard Grecian harp and grand piano. Quiet and emotive this beautiful album weaves the listener along a modern-classical, ambient and jazz dream of Scotland’s east coast. This one is nailed-on for our next ‘Album Of The Week’.