Recommend CD’s

Recommend CD’s of 2017 – A Kaleidoscopic Chart by Erminia Yardley

Here I am, on the second weekend of January 2018, as I finalise my “the best” of 2017, I realise it is an utterly impossible task, completely unfair towards other artists and...

Moncho Rios – ‘Just Feeling’ – CD Review by Nigel J.

While I receive many submissions for review at Jazz In Europe, I made first contact with Moncho Rios, after hearing a sample track via his YouTube Channel. I was immediately...

CD Review | Christian Sands “Reach”

New York based pianist Christian Sands at the ripe old age of 28 has already built a large discography both as a leader and sideman. His latest release “Reach” is his début...

Paola Vera – Addicted to My Love – Jazz groove for Valentine’s day and beyond…

Singer, songwriter, pianist and educator, Paola Vera has been described by her contemporaries as a Jazz Chick with Hits. With multiple Jazz awards to her credit including the...

CD Review – Nina Baun

‘Human’ “What I’m doing is organic and in constant development, and I do not let my compositions be limited by fixed types of music.’’ Nina Baun Straight from the...

Exclusive preview | Daniel Bennett Group, Sinking Houseboat Confusion.

Daniel Bennett is a saxophonist, clarinetist and flautist who, with his group, The Daniel Bennett Group, has made solid inroads to music in both his native New York State and...

CD Review | Maciek Pysz “A Journey”

Maciek Pysz is an artist that has been on my radar form some time now. Originally from Poland Maciek moved to London in 2003 and quickly established himself as one of the rising...

CD Review | Ola Onabule: “It’s The Peace That Deafens”

By: Peter McLaren | Photo’s courtesy of the artist It was earlier this year that I first became aware of the British-Nigerian vocalist Ola Onabule. It was  after reading...

CD Review | The Necks – Vertigo

The Necks comprise Chris Abrahams on piano Tony Buck on percussion and Lloyd Swanton on bass. Chris Abrahams is from Oamaru, New Zealand but grew up in Sydney, Australia and has...

CD Review | Marco Marconi Trio “Nordik”

Every so often the fates contrive to bring together musicians of incredible talent, put them in the hands of a good recording engineer, give them a good producer and the result is...

Chick Corea’s ‘Trilogy’ | CD Review

By: Peter Beije One of the best concerts I attended in 2014 was the performance of Chick Corea and Stanley Clarke at Ghent Jazz Festival. The duo gave a thrilling show where the...