Big uplift in readership on marlbank in 2021 so far latest figures indicate

latest news about the site Marlbank has notched up more than 60,000 additional page views in 2021 compared to the equivalent figure in 2020 during the first nine months of last year. More than 27,500 new readers have visited the site this year so …

Published: 27 Sep 2021. Updated: 30 days.

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Marlbank has notched up more than 60,000 additional page views in 2021 compared to the equivalent figure in 2020 during the first nine months of last year.

More than 27,500 new readers have visited the site this year so far, according to the latest figures on Google Analytics. That's more than 750 new readers each week this year.

You are also spending longer on each page and our bounce rate is more than 12 per cent better than last year.

It's all very encouraging. Marlbank continues to grow rapidly. But we need your support to keep going. The mission continues to provide a daily service when there is a paucity of jazz coverage both in print and online compared to other niche areas pointing to a need and appetite for the site as well as increased readership underlining the hunch. Help in any way you can and we can do even more as we continue to develop the offering and contribute to the dissemination of jazz through music journalism online. Thanks to Ronan and Jason at SugarProjects for all their excellent work. Suggestions, feedback and interactions are all welcome. stephen@marlbank.net

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Daniel Casimir, Safe (Part 3), Jazz re:freshed ****

From November's Boxed In bassist Daniel Casimir has come up with the goods big time here on 'Safe Part 3' one of a few tracks streaming so far ahead of the album's release. The bassist heard most recently at London's Jazz Cafe in Camilla George's …

Published: 27 Sep 2021. Updated: 30 days.

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From November's Boxed In bassist Daniel Casimir has come up with the goods big time here on 'Safe Part 3' one of a few tracks streaming so far ahead of the album's release. The bassist heard most recently at London's Jazz Cafe in Camilla George's band (our gig of the year to date) Casimir has a fine gathering of players with him on the album collectively including a lot of leaders (Nubya Garcia, Andy Davies, Moses Boyd superb on the track) among these. Hard bop, strings-soaked and cosmic in nature, horns doing call and response with the strings, the keyboardist Al Macsween has presence on the track and the jousting horns raise us up to new heights against DC's new statesman beat.