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David Preston

London based guitarist and composer. His 2023 debut album “Purple / Black Vol. One” (Whirlwind Recordings) features him alongside Kit Downes (piano, Hammond, keys), Sebastian Rochford (drums, synths) and Kevin Glasgow (bass).

Marvin Muoneke Quartet

Quartet led by Marvin Muoneke (vocals, trumpet, flugelhorn) and featuring Samuel Joyce (piano), Federico Leonori (double bass) and Ryan Thrupp (drums).

David Preston Mµ Trio

Trio led by guitarist and composer David Preston and featuring Conor Chaplin (bass) and Joel Barford (drums).

Deborah Rose / Sonia Hammond Duo

Duo formed in 2023 and featuring guitarist, singer and songwriter Deborah Rose and cellist Sonia Hammond.

Michael Wilkins / Martin Pickett / Steve Kershaw / Mike Goff / Siân Goff / Tom Neill

Sextet featuring four musicians and two narrators who perform music from Stan Tracey’s Dylan Thomas inspired jazz suite “Under Milk Wood” combined with readings from Thomas’ ‘play for voices’.

Thomas Marsh Quintet

Quintet led by the young Welsh born,  Birmingham based bassist and composer Thomas Marsh. Self released debut album “What’s Wrong With Rain?” issued 2023.

BMJ Collective with Chris Cobbson

One off collaboration at Black Mountain Jazz, Abergavenny between the BMJ Collective (Jack Mac -saxophones, Nick Kacal - double bass and Ryan Thrupp - drums) with guitarist Chris Cobbson.

Monmouth Big Band

South Wales based big band led by trumpeter and musical director Mike Prestage.

Martin Sjostedt & Stockholm Jazz Orchestra

Project led by pianist, bassist, composer and arranger in conjunction with the Stockholm Jazz Orchestra. Album “Horizon” released on the British record label Ubuntu Music in February 2024.

Sentient Beings

Improvising quartet featuring Faith Brackenbury (violin, viola), Tony Bianco (drums, percussion), John Pope (double bass) and John O’Gallagher (alto sax) that toured the UK in January and February 2024. The “Sentient Beings” album was released in 2023 and featured Brackenbury, Bianco and Pope with Paul Dunmall (tenor sax).

Mario Bakuna / Satin Singh Duo

Duo seen by Ian at Kidderminster Jazz Club on 02/02/2024 featuring Brazilian guitarist and vocalist Mario Bakuna accompanied by percussionist Satin Singh. The performance also included guest appearances from Linda Angelis (vocals) and Rafael Lopes (alto sax).

Trio JDM

Trio from the North of England featuring Jamie Taylor (guitar), Dave Walsh (drums) and Martin Longhawn (B3 Hammond organ). Album “Fast Corners” (Taccola Records) released late 2023.


All star British fusion sextet featuring Pete Case, Jason Rebello (keyboards), Paul Stacey (guitar), Tim Fulker (saxes), Pat Davey (electric bass) and Jeremy Stacey (drums).

BMJ Collective with Michael Blanchfield

One off collaboration at Black Mountain Jazz, Abergavenny between the BMJ Collective (Jack Mac -tenor sax, Nick Kacal - double bass and Ryan Thrupp - drums) with Cardiff based pianist Michael Blanchfield.

Erskine & Kavuma

Quintet led by London based musicians Theo Erskine (tenor sax) and Mark Kavuma (trumpet), also featuring Noah Stoneman (piano), Michael Shrimpling (double bass) and Shane Forbes (drums). Debut recording “UltraSound” released on Kavuma’s label Banger Factory Records in December 2023.

Angharad Jenkins & Huw Warren

Welsh duo consisting of Angharad Jenkins (voice, violins) and Huw Warren (piano). Album “Calennig” released on Jenkins’ own Sienco label in December 2023.

Johnny Hunter Quartet

Quartet led by the Manchester based drummer, composer and improviser Johnny Hunter. The current line up features Graham South (trumpet), Mark Hanslip (tenor sax) and Seth Bennett (double bass).

Myra Melford’s Fire And Water Quintet

Quintet led by the American pianist, composer and improviser Myra Melford featuring Mary Halvorson (guitar), Ingrid Laubrock (tenor & soprano saxes), Tomeka Reid (cello) and Lesle Mok (drums). Albums “The Love Of Fre And Water” (2022) and “Hear The Light Singing” (2023) both released on the Rogue Art imprint.

Alex Bonney / Paul Dunmall / Mark Sanders

Improvising trio featuring Alex Bonney (trumpet, Modular synth, lap top), Paul Dunmall (saxes), Mark Sanders (drums). Debut album “The Beholder’s Share” released on Bead Records, 2023.

John Stowell / James Chadwick Guitar Duo

Duo featuring the American guitarist, composer and educator John Stowell and his Cardiff based counterpart James Chadwick.

Lady Nade

Bristol based vocalist, guitarist and songwriter with three full length albums to her credit, “Hard To Forget” (2015), “Safe Place” (2019) and “Willing” (2021).


Band led by Birmingham based electric bassist and multi-instrumentalist ReedBass. The line up has also included Sam Rogers (tenor sax), Faisal Ahmed (keyboards), Leon Small (drums), Reuben Reynolds (guitar) and guest vocalist Danni Meyers. Debut album “Still On It” self released in December 2023.

Tomorrow’s New Quartet

Quartet led by drummer and composer Rod Oughton and featuring Helena Kay (tenor sax), Deschanel Gordon (piano) and Flo Moore (electric bass). Debut album “All Together, Now!” released on Ubuntu Music in 2023.

Ben Shankland Trio

Young trio led by the Edinburgh born pianist and composer Ben Shankland and featuring Ewan Hastie (double bass) and Chun-Wei Kang (drums).

Bex Burch

UK born percussionist, composer, improviser, instrument maker and bandleader now based in Berlin. Leader of the band Vula Viel her first solo album “There is Only Love and Fear” was released on the Chicago based International Anthem Record label in 2023.

Atlantic Road Trip

Atlantic Road Trip is an international quintet co-led by the Scottish saxophonist Paul Towndrow, American trumpeter Chad McCullough and the Slovakian vibraphonist Miro Herak. The band line up is completed by the Irish bassist Conor Murray and the Scottish drummer Alyn Cosker. Debut album “One” released on Calligram Records in November 2023.

Don Vappie & Jazz Creole

Quartet led by New Orleans musician Don Vappie (banjo, vocals) and featuring David Horniblow (clariner), Dave Kelbie (rhythm guitar) and Sebastien Girardot (double bass).
Album “The Blue Book of Storyville” released on Lejazzetal Tecords in 20i9.

Beck Hunters with Laura Cole and John Pope

The Beck Hunters trio (Mick Beck – tenor sax, bassoon, whistles, Anton Hunter – guitar, effects, Johnny Hunter – drums, percussion) joined by pianist Laura Cole and bassist John Pope. Live album “From Wolves To Water” recorded at the 2022 Newcastle Festival of Jazz and Improvised Music.

Stacey Kent

Prolific US born London based vocalist.

Radhika de Saram

Sri Lankan born, London based multi-instrumentalist and composer. Her debut album “From The Crow’s Nest” (Rainy Day Records, 2023) features her on bass guitar in a core trio with Zhenya Strigalev (saxophone) and Garry Bagdasaryan (drums) plus guest musicians Elliot Galvin and Evgeny Ponomarev (both keyboards) and Rodion Grischenko (guitar).

Alex Bonney & Will Glaser

Duo featuring trumpeter and electronic musician Alex Bonney and drummer / percussionist Will Glaser. Album “Everything Unfolding From Emptiness” issued on the Not Applicable imprint in September 2023.

Chris Biscoe

Experienced saxophonist long associated with pianist and composer Mike Westbrook, but also a composer and bandleader in his own right.

Corrie Dick

Glasgow born, London based drummer and composer with two solo albums to his credit, “Impossible Things” (2015) and “Sun Swells” (2022).

Neoteric Ensemble

Brass and reed sextet playing a fusion of jazz and classical music and specialising in newly commissioned works from a variety of composers. Toby Street – trumpet, Adrian Miotti – tuba, Richard Watkin – trombone, Rob Buckland – saxophone, James Fountain – trumpet, Sarah Field – trumpet, saxophone. Debut album “Volume 1” released via Ulysees Arts in November 2023.


Israeli trio featuring Gadi Stern – piano, keyboards, David Michaeli – double bass, Matan Assayag – drums.

Time Is Of The Essence

Oxford based quartet co-led by Ollie Weston (tenor & soprano sax) and Pete Oxley (guitar). Also featuring Martin Pickett (organ) and Rick Finlay (drums). Named after the 1999 Michael Brecker “Time Is Of The Essence”.

Logan Kane

Logan Kane is a Los Angeles based multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, composer and producer who is best known as a bass player, both on the acoustic and electric versions of the instrument. Latest album “Floor Plans” released on Ghost Note Records in October 2023.

Tim Giles

Drummer and electronic musician. First solo album “Bovine Mindstate” released on Not Applicable Records in October 2023.

Partners In Time

Quintet co-led by trumpeter Stuart Henderson and saxophonist Karen Sharp celebrating the classic trumpet / saxophone partnerships of jazz. Also featuring Leon Greening (piano), Raph Mizraki (bass) and Simon Price drums.

Midland Youth Jazz Orchestra

Long running Midland based youth big band directed by John Ruddick MBE.

Jingu Bang

Bristol based funk and fusion quintet featuring Scott Hammond – drums, Ruth Hammond – tenor sax, bass clarinet, melodica, Korg synthesiser, Dale Hambridge – keyboards, Greig Robinson – electric bass, Lisa Cerrian - percussion.

La Malbec Orquesta with guest Xenia Porteous

Buenos Aires based ensemble led by saxophonist / clarinettist Gustavo Firmenich. Line up Gustavo Firmenich – alto sax, clarinet,  Marcelo Diven - vocals Andres Veltri, Daniel Grant, Miguel Bensadon – tenor sax, Romina Bochicchio – alto sax,  Lucia Deluca - clarinet, Andres Zetko – electric bass, Valentin Rodriguez – electric guitar,
Laureano Daloia – drums With guest; Xenia Porteous – violin. This line up appeared at Brecon Jazz Club on 26/09/2023 as part of La Malbec Orquesta’s European tour.

Ian Millar / Dominic Spencer Duo

Edinburgh based duo featuring saxophonist Ian Millar and pianist Dominic Spencer who specialise in rural touring throughout the UK, playing a mix of jazz standards and Millar’s original compositions.

Dan Lockheart Quintet

Quintet led by Southampton born, Birmingham based saxophonist, flautist, composer and poet Dan Lockheart and featuring his mentor, Alex Hitchcock on tenor sax. The group also includes Torn Davies )guitar), Josh Vadiveloo 9Double bass) and Jonno Gaze (drums).

Johnny Hunter / Mark Hanslip / Olie Brice

Trio featuring Johnny Hunter (drums), Mark Hanslip (tenor sax) and Olie Brice (double bass). Album “Divisions” recorded in 2019 and eventually released on Discus Music in 2023.

RBG Trio

Irish jazz trio featuring Dave Redmond (double bass), Kevin Brady (drums) and Meilana Gillard (tenor & alto saxophones). Eponymous debut album released on Gillard’s own Auragami Records imprint in September 2023.

Noah Stoneman

Young British pianist and composer. His debut album “Anyone’s Quiet ; Let it Rain to You” (Fresh Sound New Talent, 2023), features him leading a trio including Will Sach (double bass) and Luca Caruso (drums).

Mark Lewandowski

Nottingham born bassist and composer now living and working in new York, but who returns to London on a regular basis. His most recent album “A Bouquet (for Lady Day0” was recorded in London with the British musicians Liam Noble (piano) and Heidi Vogel (vocals).

Dee Byrne

London based alto saxophonist, composer and improviser. Her latest album “Outlines” (Whirlwind Recordings, 2023) features a hand picked sextet comprising Dee Byrne – alto saxophone, Nick Malcolm – trumpet, Tom Ward – clarinets, Rebecca Nash – acoustic and electric piano, Olie Brice – double bass, Andrew Lisle – drums.

BMJ Collective with Sarah Meek

The Black Mountain Jazz ‘house band’ featuring Jack Mac (saxes), Nick Kacal (double bass) and Ryan Thrupp (drums) with guest vocalist Sarah Meek.

Liam Noble & Geoff Simkins

Duo featuring Liam Noble (piano) and Geoff Simkins (alto sax). Album “Lucky Teeth” released on FMR Records, 2023.


France based Afro-Jazz ensemble inspired by the music of the late Manu Dibango.

Debs Hancock Quartet

Debs Hancock – vocals, Eddie Gripper – piano, Clem Saynor – double bass, Alex Goodyear – drums.

B.D. Lenz Trio with Kim & Mike Cypher

Line up seen at Smokey Joe’s, Cheltenham, 27/07/2023 featuring the B.D. Lenz Trio (B.D. Lenz - electric guitar, James Rosocha - electric bass, Joe Flacey - drums) with guests Kim Cypher (saxophones, vocals) and Mike Cypher (drums).

ReedBass / Law Of Three

Double bill at The Marrs Bar, Worcester, 20/07/2023.
ReedBass – electric bass, Sam Rogers – tenor sax, Faisal Ahmed – keyboards, Leon Small – drums
Roy Marchbank – guitar, electronics, Mark Hartley – electric bass, Andy Edwards – drums

BMJ Collective with guest Ross Hicks

The Black Mountain Jazz (Abergavenny) house band with guest Ross Hicks. Line up; Jack Mac (Jack McDougall) – tenor, alto & soprano saxophones, vocals, Nick Kacal – double bass, vocals, Ryan Thrupp – drums, percussion with guest Ross Hicks – piano.

The Horace Silver Project

British quintet dedicated to performing the music of the late American pianist and composer Horace Silver (1928-2014). Freddie Gavita trumpet and flugel horn, Clare Hirst tenor saxophone, Andrea Vicari piano, Marianne Windham bass, Matt Fishwick drums.

Colin Webster Large Ensemble

Freely improving octet featuring; Colin Webster – alto sax, Rachel Musson – tenor sax, Cath Roberts – baritone sax, Charlotte Keeffe – trumpet, flugelhorn. Graham Dunning – electronics, Dirk Serries – guitar, John Edwards – bass, Andrew Lisle – drums. Album “First Meeting” released on Webster’s Raw Tonk record label in June 2013.

John Etheridge Blue Spirits Trio

‘Organ Trio’ led by guitarist John Etheridge and featuring organist Pete Whittaker and drummer George Double.

Dunmall / Brackenbury / Bianco / Pope

Freely improvising quartet featuring Paul Dunmall – tenor saxophone, Faith Brackenbury – violin, viola, Tony Bianco – drums, percussion, John Pope – double bass. Album “Sentient Beings” (Off Records) released April 2023.

Ant Law & Alex Hitchcock

British duo featuring guitarist Ant Law and tenor saxophonist Alex Hitchcock. Their album “Same Moon In The Same World” (Outside In Music, 2022) features a series of remote lockdown era collaborations with a stellar cast of musicians from around the world.


London based electro-jazz quartet featuring Laurence Wilkins – trumpet, guitar, electronics, Jay Verma – keyboards, Alex Wilson – keyboards, Zoe Pascal – drums.

Chris Cobbson’s African Jazz Quartet

Chris Cobbson – guitar, vocals, Phil Dawson – guitar, Raph Mizraki – electric bass, Richard Olatunde Baker – percussion.

Jonny Mansfield Quintet

Jonny Mansfield – vibraphone, Dominic Ingham – violin, Midori Jaeger – cello, Will Sach – bass, James Maddren – drums. Album “The Air In Front Of You” released June 2023.

The Vampires featuring Chris Abrahams

Long running Australian quartet The Vampires (Jeremy Rose – tenor saxophone, bass clarinet, Nick Garbett – trumpet, Noel Mason – double & electric bass, Alex Masso – drums) with guest Chris Abrahams – piano, organ, Rhodes, synthesisers (Prophet, Udo Super 6, Quantum) of The Necks. Album “Nightjar” (Earshift Music) released May 2023.

Sharp Little Bones with Tony Kofi

Sharp Little Bones is the name of the Nottingham based trio featuring bassist and composer Simon Paterson, pianist Paul Deats and drummer Andrew Wood. For their recording debut they are joined by Nottingham born saxophonist Tony Kofi. The double set “Sharp Little Bones with Tony Kofi Volumes I & II” released on Ubuntu Music in May 2023.

Bruno Heinen & James Kitchman

Duo featuring Bruno Heinen (piano) and James Kitchman (guitar). Debut album “Rain Shadows” (Ubuntu Music) released May 2023.

Will Barnes Quartet

Will Barnes – guitar, Jack Gonsalez – keyboard, Clovis Phillips – double bass, James Batten - drums. Album “Source of the Severn” released October 2023.

Steve Banks

Bristol based guitarist, composer,  arranger, bandleader and educator. His debut album “Emboldened”, released on Soney Lane Records in May 2023 features a quintet comprising of Sam Crockatt – saxophone, Rebecca Nash – piano, Henrik Jensen – bass, Mark Whitlam – drums.

Phil Bancroft Quartet

Phil Bancroft – tenor saxophone, Paul Harrison – piano, Aidan O’Donnell – double bass, Stu Ritchie – drums. Album “Degrees of Freedom” released on Bancroft’s Myriad Streams web platform / record label in May 2023.

Duncan Eagles Quartet

Duncan Eagles – saxophone, Tomasz Bura – piano, synthesiser, Max Luthert – bass, Zoe Pascal - drums. This line up released the album “Narrations” on Ropeadope Records in May 2023.

Francesco Lo Castro Quartet

Francesco Lo Castro - guitar, Sam Leak – keyboards, Rob Statham – electric bass, Neil Bullock – drums, percussion.

Jonny Bruce Organ Quintet

Quintet led by trumpeter Jonny Bruce featuring Greg Sterland (tenor sax), Joe Bradford (trombone), Guy Shotton (Hammond organ) and Alex Goodyear (drums).

Richard Jones Trio

Manchester based trio led by pianist, composer and improviser Richard Jones and featuring bassist Joshua Cavanagh-Brierley and drummer Johnny Hunter. Debut album “Angle Shades” released on Efpi Records in May 2023.

Leon Greening Trio with guest Alex Garnett

Leon Greening piano, Adam King bass, Steve Brown drums, plus guest Alex Garnett alto saxophone.

Tristan Banks

Brighton based drummer, composer and educator who also runs the city’s Verdict Jazz Club. His album “View From Above” (Ubuntu Music, March 2023) features a quartet comprising Paul Booth (woodwinds), Davide Mantovani (basses) and John Crawford (piano).

Fraser Smith Quartet

Quartet led by tenor saxophonist Fraser Smith and featuring Rob Barron (piano), Simon Read (double bass) and Steve Brown (drums). Debut album “Tip Top!” released on Ubuntu Music in April 2023.

Siril Malmedal Hauge & Kjetil Mulelid

Duo featuring the Norwegian musicians Siril Malmedal Hauge and pianist Kjetil Mulelid. Debut album “Blues and Bells” released March 2023.

Shiver Meets Matthew Bourne

A collaboration between the electro-improvising trio Shiver (Chris Sharkey -guitar, Andy Champion - electric bass, Joos Hendrickx - drums) and Matthew Bourne (piano, synthesiser).

Kim Cypher Quartet with B.D. Lenz

Line up seen by Ian at Smokey Joe’s, Cheltenham, 13/04/2023. Kim Cypher – tenor, alto & soprano saxophones, vocals, Alex Steele – keyboard, Mike Green- acoustic & electric bass, Mike Cypher – drums, with guest B.D. Lenz – guitar

Zoe Gilby with the Jim Barber Trio

One off collaboration at Breon Jazz Club on 11/04/2023 featuring Tyneside based vocalist and songwriter Zoe Gilby and the Cardiff trio of Jim Barber (piano), Bill Fletcher (double bass) and Greg Evans (drums).

Five-Way Split

Stellar London based quintet formed in summer 2020. Co-led by trumpeter Quentin Collins, saxophonist Vasilis Xenopoulos and pianist Rob Barron and also featuring bassist Matyas Hofecker and drummer Matt Home. Debut album “All The Way” released on Ubuntu Music in March 2023.

Terence Collie

London based pianist, composer and promoter. Solo piano album “Reminiscent” released March 2023.

Hot Club Gallois

Long running South Wales based gypsy jazz quartet. The 2023 line up features Xenia Porteous – violin, Richard Jones – guitar, vocals, Luke Archard – guitar, Mike Morgan – double bass, electric bass, vocals.

Family Band

Kim Macari – trumpet, voice, Riley Stone-Lonergan – tenor saxophone, Tom Riviere – double bass, Steve Hanley – drums

Xhosa Cole Quintet

Group featuring on saxophonist Xhosa Cole’s 2023 “Rhythm-a-ting” UK tour. Xhosa Cole – tenor saxophone, Steve Saunders – guitar, Josh Vadiveloo – double bass, Nathan England Jones – drums, Liberty Styles – tap dancer

Hejira featuring Hattie Whitehead

Septet celebrating the music of Joni Mitchell led by vocalist and guitarist Hattie Whitehead.

Glasgow Improvisers Orchestra

Glasgow Improvisers Orchestra is a pool of around twenty musicians from a variety of musical and artistic backgrounds. Although named for the city of its foundation it is an international organisation that regularly collaborates with artists from different countries and also holds an annual festival of improvised music in Glasgow. It has released thirteen albums to date (March 2023).

Jo Lawry

Australian born, New York based vocalist and songwriter who has worked with Sting, Paul Simon and Peter Gabriel. Her 2023 jazz album “Acrobats” (Whirlwind Recordings) features a chordless trio with bassist Linda May Han Oh and drummer Allison Miller.

The Gaz Hughes Trio

Trio led by drummer and composer Gaz Hughes and featuring Andrzej Baranek – piano and Ed Harrison – double bass. Latest album “Beboptical Illusion” released February 2023.

Eddie Gripper

Young Oxfordshire born pianist and composer now based in Cardiff. Debut album “Home” (Ubuntu Music, 2023) features a trio with Ursula Harrison (double bass) and Isaac Zuckerman (drums).

Robert Castelli Boom! Quartet / Tom Hodgkins Trio

Bill seen by Ian at The Marr’s Bar, Worcester, 02/03/2023.
Robert Castelli -  drums, Francesco LoCastro - guitar, Marco Marconi -  keyboards, Jonny Wickham – electric bass
Tom Hodgkins – vocals, keyboard, guitar, Luke Glattback – drums, Isaac Bell – electric bass

John Pope and John Garner

Duo featuring John Pope (double bass, percussion) and John Garner (violin, percussion). Album “Water Music” (New Jazz and Improvised Music Recordings) released late 2022.

Dave Jones Quintet

New quintet playing the music of US saxophonist /composer Kenny Garrett. Album “Live at Pizza Express Jazz Club” released early 2023. Dave Jones – piano, Andy Hague – trumpet, flugelhorn, Ben Waghorn – tenor sax, Ashley John Long – double bass, Ryan Thrupp – drums

Little North

Danish trio featuring Benjamin Norholm-Jacobsen – piano, Martin Brunbjerg Rasmussen – bass, Lasse Jacobsen – drums. Latest album “Wide Open” (April Records) released January 2023.

Jason Rebello & Tim Garland

Stellar British duo of Jason Rebello (piano) and Tim Garland (reeds). Album “Life to Life” released on Whirlwind Recordings in February 2023.

Harry Christelis

Guitarist and composer born and based in London. Performs in a duo with fellow guitarist Pedro Velasco and leads Moostak Trio. Debut album under his own name “Nurture The Child / Challenge The Adult” released February 2023 and feature Christos Stylianides (trumpet), Andrea Di Biase (double bass) and Dave Storey (drums).

Women in Jazz in Wales

Ensemble featuring seven female jazz musicians based in Wales - Deborah Glenister – tenor sax, clarinet, flute, piano, Siobhan Ellen Waters – vocals, piano, Jane Williams – vocals, ukulele, piano, Maria Lamburn – viola, bass clarinet, Xenia Porteous – violin, Paula Gardiner – double bass, acoustic guitar, Liz Exell – drums. Aseembled for a special performance at Borough Theatre, Abergavenny, 09/02/2023.

Gary Willcox’s Drummer / Composer Project

Quintet led by drummer and composer Gary Willcox that explores the work of other drummer /composers such as Kenny Clarke, Denzil Best, Elvin Jones, Paul Motian, Pete La Roca, Tony Williams, Jack DeJohnette and Bill Stewart. Line up Chris Batchelor trumpet, Julian Siegel saxes, Gareth Williams piano, Oli Hayhurst bass, Gary Willcox drums.

The Fresh Sound Ensemble

UK based ensemble co-ordinated by saxophonist Alex Merritt convened to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Barcelona based record label Fresh Sound New Talent. Album “Common Threads” released early 2023.

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