The Adam O'Farrill Sakamoto-inspired Stakra is now streaming

With an overall album title inspired by a scene drawn from superb Paul Thomas Anderson's 2012 film The Master, the Visions of Your Other opener 'Stakra' by trumpeter Adam O'Farrill's Stranger Days is streaming. 'Stakra' itself uses a small …

Published: 28 Sep 2021. Updated: 29 days.

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With an overall album title inspired by a scene drawn from superb Paul Thomas Anderson's 2012 film The Master, the Visions of Your Other opener 'Stakra' by trumpeter Adam O'Farrill's Stranger Days is streaming. 'Stakra' itself uses a small portion of Ryuichi Sakamoto's piece of the same name as a jumping-off point, a hypnotic track that was included on the adored Japanese composer's 2017 album Async. Look for this tantalising quartet album on the US Biophilia label in November. Adam O'Farrill, above

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Trends this year: deep soul, flying Scots, hard bop and Afrofuturism

1/ Deep soul torch songs through a jazz vocals filter is seizing the day compellingly via Lady Blackbird leading the momentum 2/ The resurgence of Scottish jazz is one substantial UK trend this year, Fergus McCreadie's Cairn is at the heart of it

Published: 28 Sep 2021. Updated: 29 days.

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