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World Service Project usher in a new line-up for Hiding in Plain Sight

September will see the return of punk-jazz band World Service Project with their latest album for the RareNoise label. Keyboardist-vocalist and World Service Project leader Dave Morecroft, now living in Rome, has shuffled the line-up for this latest …

Published: 26 Aug 2020. Updated: 9 months.

September will see the return of punk-jazz band World Service Project with their latest album for the RareNoise label. Keyboardist-vocalist and World Service Project leader Dave Morecroft, now living in Rome, has shuffled the line-up for this latest outing with bassist and vocalist Arthur O’Hara remaining and with newcomers saxophonist Ben Powling, drummer/percussionist Luke Reddin-Williams and trombonist Kieran McLeod completing the new line-up.

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Spiritual awakening from Cosmic Vibrations and Dwight Trible

This is deep, from Cosmic Vibrations ft Dwight Trible an LA-based sixpiece making its debut with the peerless vocals of Dwight Trible at its head. Spiritual-jazz event of the year? Could be. Out in late-September on the Spiritmuse label.

Published: 25 Aug 2020. Updated: 10 months.

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This is deep, from Cosmic Vibrations ft Dwight Trible an LA-based sixpiece making its debut with the peerless vocals of Dwight Trible at its head. Spiritual-jazz event of the year? Could be. Out in late-September on the Spiritmuse label.