Chelsea Carmichael signs to Shabaka Hutchings' new label Native Rebel and 'Myriad' is now streaming

Saxophonist Chelsea Carmichael has signed to Shabaka Hutchings' new label Native Rebel Recordings. The label was formed with music industry publisher Matt Smith of Metropolis Songs who have published Shabaka’s music. Musicians will record over …

Published: 30 Jul 2021. Updated: 21 days.

Saxophonist Chelsea Carmichael has signed to Shabaka Hutchings' new label Native Rebel Recordings. The label was formed with music industry publisher Matt Smith of Metropolis Songs who have published Shabaka’s music. Musicians will record over three days at London's RAK studios including rehearsals.

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Chelsea Carmichael (Seed Ensemble, Theon Cross), heard recently playing baritone saxophone with the Nu Civilisation Orchestra, is the first artist on Native Rebel. Carmichael's 'Myriad' has Carmichael on tenor sax plus Dave Okumu on guitar, Tom Herbert formerly of Polar Bear on bass, Edward Wakili-Hick (aka Eddie Hick) from Sons of Kemet on drums with Shabaka producing and is streaming. Chelsea Carmichael, photo: Adama Jalloh

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September release for Paul Edis album The Still Point Of The Turning World

If you appreciate and like the jazz pianists James Pearson, Mark Edwards and Scott Flanigan you will love the elegance of modern mainstreamer Paul Edis who has the gently gauged 'Muddle Through' streaming at the moment. Our friend from the north's …

Published: 30 Jul 2021. Updated: 50 days.

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If you appreciate and like the jazz pianists James Pearson, Mark Edwards and Scott Flanigan you will love the elegance of modern mainstreamer Paul Edis who has the gently gauged 'Muddle Through' streaming at the moment. Our friend from the north's album The Still Point Of The Turning World is set for September on Mayank Patel's London indie-jazz label, Lateralize. Look for Edis gigging at the Hampstead Jazz Club in the autumn. Edis was superb accompanying Jo Harrop on their song 'If I Knew' one of the tracks of the year to date. Paul Edis, top. Photo: Lateralize/Bandcamp