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Nathaniel Cross to issue 'Charge it to the Game' heralding his EP The Description Is Not The Described

The twenty-eighth of May is the date to circle on your phones for 'Charge it to the Game' the first track to stream from trombonist Nathaniel Cross' debut solo EP The Description Is Not The Described to follow on 25 June. The brother of Sons of …

Published: 10 May 2021. Updated: 45 days.

The twenty-eighth of May is the date to circle on your phones for 'Charge it to the Game' the first track to stream from trombonist Nathaniel Cross' debut solo EP The Description Is Not The Described to follow on 25 June. The brother of Sons of Kemet tuba player Theon Cross, Nathaniel, the most invigorating trombonist rising up to emerge on the UK jazz scene since Dennis Rollins first surfaced with Courtney Pine, studied at Guildhall School of Music & Drama and is best known for his work with drummer Moses Boyd. The EP has four tracks and Nathaniel describes 'Charge it to the Game' as ''influenced by bruk (broken beat) and hip hop." The EP's Issuing label is First Word through Kudos. More details

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Happy Days to return in 2022, festival director confirms

''Nothing like poetry when you lie awake at night. It keeps the old brain limber. It washes away the mud and sand that keeps on blocking up the bends. Like waves to make the pebbles dance on my old floors. And turn them into rubies and jacinths; or …

Published: 10 May 2021. Updated: 45 days.

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''Nothing like poetry when you lie awake at night. It keeps the old brain limber. It washes away the mud and sand that keeps on blocking up the bends. Like waves to make the pebbles dance on my old floors. And turn them into rubies and jacinths; or at any rate, good imitations.'' From The Horse's Mouth by Joyce Cary (1944)

Exclusive. Regarding Samuel Beckett festival Happy Days the horse's mouth himself Séan Doran, festival director, speaking in Enniskillen, earlier in the Hollow before entering a home bakery for an Oscar Wilde swallows commemoration confirmed to marlbank that the Happy Days and Oscar Wilde festivals will return in 2022. Happy Days, which began in 2012, will celebrate a milestone birthday. ''It's its tenth,'' Séan said. Sky over the river Erne, where Beckett beneath the trees once swam. Photo: marlbank