London Jazz Festival news: Cassie Kinoshi on sci-fi, Sun Ra and her Mercury Prize nomination

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“Collaboration is at the heart of all I do, whether it’s with visual artists, theatre companies or the inspirational musicians I call friends. The energy we generate together is super-important. It feeds us".

London Evening Standard discuss Cassie Kinoshi’s influences, her childhood and The SEED Ensemble: http://ow.ly/d0qg30pB8GH

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Cassie Kinoshi on sci-fi, Sun Ra and her Mercury Prize nomination

A jazz revolution has been going on in Britain for a while now. Genre-crossing, fourth-wall-busting, inclusive, energetic and defiantly political, its leaders are young instrumentalists, many of them female, all of them multi-taskers.

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🌱 We've filled up our Office Stereo playlist with excellent new tunes to soundtrack the rest of your week. Get listening at buff.ly/2Xy82mY

📸 Sharon Lopez
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🌱 Weve filled up our Office Stereo playlist with excellent new tunes to soundtrack the rest of your week. Get listening at https://buff.ly/2Xy82mY

📸 Sharon Lopez

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Stuart Starr - is that not you in the background?

No clues in this playlist

Mike Pomery that be Stuart and Jim in the back ground.

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🌱 We've got some very special deals over on our online store at the moment - including 25% off your favourite seasonal bundle - so if you fancy stocking up for winter head over to: buff.ly/2og2kIU ...

🌱 Weve got some very special deals over on our online store at the moment - including 25% off your favourite seasonal bundle - so if you fancy stocking up for winter head over to: https://buff.ly/2og2kIU

🌱 While we're busy making exciting plans for 2020, have a look around our 2019 picture gallery. What was your highlight of #EOTR19?

🌱 A big thank you to our tireless and talented photographers Countessian Photography, Chris Juarez, Burak Cingi, Sharon Lopez and Anna Yorke for capturing all the magic.

🌱Browse the gallery here: buff.ly/352v8oE
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🌱 While were busy making exciting plans for 2020, have a look around our 2019 picture gallery. What was your highlight of #EOTR19?

🌱 A big thank you to our tireless and talented photographers Countessian Photography, Chris Juarez, Burak Cingi, Sharon Lopez and Anna Yorke for capturing all the magic.

🌱Browse the gallery here: https://buff.ly/352v8oE

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Murder Capital

Yep, Murder Capital followed by Squid’s tipi set

Courtney on the Woods Stage, Parquet Courts on the Garden Stage, the Beths in the tipi, Fontaines in the Big Top and Peach Pyramid on the piano stage. Fantastic!!

Low, Kokoko! and Seazoo for me I think.

Lewsberg were cool.

And Babe Rainbow.

Lewsberg 😎

And Du Blonde!

Jarvis, cate le bon, baxter dury, Lisa o'neil and squid in the Tipi

Low! Amazingly beautiful gig!

Low were a High.

Beths, Fontaines DC, Pigsx7

Baxter Dury was a revelation

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🌱 The Woods Stage looking resplendent at this year's festival, captured by Countessian Photography. We know it's a way off yet - 300 days to be exact - but tickets for #EOTR2020 are on sale at Tier 2 prices now at buff.ly/2JPCi9Y, if you so happen to fancy it. ...

🌱 The Woods Stage looking resplendent at this years festival, captured by Countessian Photography. We know its a way off yet - 300 days to be exact - but tickets for #EOTR2020 are on sale at Tier 2 prices now at https://buff.ly/2JPCi9Y, if you so happen to fancy it.

🌱 Throwback to Kelly Lee Owens' spellbinding set at End Of The Road 2019, shot by Sharon Lopez. ...

🌱 Throwback to Kelly Lee Owens spellbinding set at End Of The Road 2019, shot by Sharon Lopez.

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my favourite set of the festival

Great gig,. Excellent album too

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