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Juan Wauters cured my January blues last Friday as his humble Uruguayan-cum-NYC melodies were characteristically delivered to a doting Dalston crowd. Stating over a cigarette before the show that “it’s cool that people came”, from the outset the evening had a familial feel. Asked to play whilst on holiday in Europe, his unassuming self thoroughly jollified a packed Waiti... more
Flamenco fans young and old descended on the Barbican last week for an exquisite early Christmas present in the shape of a tribute concert to Paco de Lucía - the undisputed father of modern Flamenco. Thanks to Paco de Lucía’s collaborations, from jazz to classical, his songs not only gave new leases of life to other genres but rejuvenated Andalusian-born music, spawning&nb... more
Do good albums come to those artists who wait? Returning from an extended period of research and experimentation in Malian communities across Paris, Ludovic Navarre, or St Germain, certainly waited. His new eponymous album comes as only his third selection in 20 years, demonstrating a profound shift in tone, and genre hybridisation. From representing a previous pioneer in blending jazz and hou... more
With shimmering hooks, sugary harmonies and breezy song writing, Boogarin’s second instalment Manual  is an assured, intriguing collection of songs that constantly changes direction. Formed by high school friends Fernando Almeida and Benke Ferraz 5 years ago,  Manual , or to give it its full title  Manual, ou Guia Livre de Dissolução dos Sonhos  ( Ma... more
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