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Check before setting out in these uncertain times. However, more dates for socially distanced live performance jazz are available on the London jazz scene than in a while depending on your neighbourhood and the night of the week. Support the …

Published: 13 Oct 2020. Updated: 42 days.

Check before setting out in these uncertain times. However, more dates for socially distanced live performance jazz are available on the London jazz scene than in a while depending on your neighbourhood and the night of the week. Support the scene. Stay safe

Tonight

Tiny May and James Pearson Zédel

Tonight and tomorrow

Bukky Leo and Black Egypt Collective Jazz Cafe

Tomorrow

Horn Culture, with Andy Davies and Nigel Price Upstairs at Ronnie Scott's

Thursday

Soweto Kinch Ronnie Scott's

Jeremy Stacey 606

Motown Live Revue Pizza Express, Holborn

Friday

Roy Hargrove celebration Jazz Cafe

Cinelli Brothers Pizza Express, Holborn

Liane Carroll Ronnie Scott's

Songs of Innocence (Nikolaj Torp Larsen, piano; Tom Herbert, bass; Corrie Dick, drums) Vortex

Liane Carroll, pictured, top

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'System' by Brotherly streams

''Brotherly created musically ambitious work that was also relevant to the club culture of the day, acknowledging the advent of many producer-driven movements from which improvising artists could learn. With its bulldozing bassline, sprightly theme …

Published: 13 Oct 2020. Updated: 43 days.

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''Brotherly created musically ambitious work that was also relevant to the club culture of the day, acknowledging the advent of many producer-driven movements from which improvising artists could learn. With its bulldozing bassline, sprightly theme and ethereal flute, ‘System’ brilliantly sets out their stall,'' is how Kevin Le Gendre describes the first track to stream from new Brotherly album, Analects. Anna Stubbs and Rob Mullarkey of Brotherly, pictured. Photo: via Bandcamp. Album release date is 4 December. The issuing label is Whirlwind.