Nubya Garcia

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‘I reach a trance state. I’m almost sleepwalking’: the mystical jazz of Nala Sinephro
Made against the odds while she was in dire need of self-care, the London-based harpist and composer’s album is an ambient jazz classic. She explains the healing, spiritual qualities of her work

Ammar Kalia

17, Nov, 2021 @3:19 PM

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The beat goes on: the new British jazz messengers
The UK jazz renaissance shows no sign of letting up and – from Nubya Garcia to Xhosa Cole – it’s a fresh wave of Black talent that’s pushing things forward

Kevin Le Gendre

08, Nov, 2021 @8:00 AM

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Nubya Garcia review – music does the talking in triumphant comeback
The Londoner’s cosmopolitan jazz comes loaded with meaning and emotion, but she also proves to be an engaging raconteur

Dave Simpson

01, Nov, 2021 @12:31 PM

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Mercury prize 2021: Arlo Parks wins for Collapsed in Sunbeams
21-year-old singer-songwriter adds to Brit award win earlier in the year

Ben Beaumont-Thomas

09, Sep, 2021 @9:13 PM

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‘A summer of love!’ Musicians on the awesome, tearful return of gigs
From Sleaford Mods in London to Mogwai in France, bands and performers talk about the strange and wonderful experience of returning to the stage after 16 months of deprivation

As told to Michael Hann

02, Sep, 2021 @2:00 PM

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Latitude festival review: a hyper-real return to glitter, beer and British musical brilliance
The first full-capacity festival since the pandemic began hosted a series of artists – Sons of Kemet and Self Esteem among them – that show how vibrant the UK’s scene still is

Kate Hutchinson

26, Jul, 2021 @12:47 PM

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Mercury prize 2021: first-time nominees dominate shortlist
No 1 albums by Wolf Alice, Mogwai and Celeste are joined by leftfield artists such as Hannah Peel and Nubya Garcia in race for prestigious music award

Ben Beaumont-Thomas

22, Jul, 2021 @10:16 AM

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