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Composer/pianist Pierre O’Reilly and I recently collaborated on a track for the Turquoise Coconut series Tea For Two. Artists who have not previously written together spend a day jamming, rehearsing and recording something new. ‘Alternity’ is the resulting release from … Continue reading
EMANATA’s fourth EP in four years is available now on Turquoise Coconut. Even darker and heavier than previous offerings, it isn’t for the faint-hearted. Read about it here. iTunes: https://goo.gl/6TXHRX Amazon: http://amzn.eu/0vQfeHh 7digital: https://goo.gl/5PHK87 Google Play: https://goo.gl/j4Vixa Spotify: https://goo.gl/aVpWwS
A track I co-produced with hip-hop pioneer The Last Skeptik was recently released on his beat-tape vol. 2. Stream it on Spotify by clicking on the picture. My new record label, Turquoise Coconut, has released its first two albums, both … Continue reading
I’m overjoyed to announce my new musical adventure. Marie Schreer and I have just founded Turquoise Coconut, a record label dedicated to new music and independent artists. Our first offerings will be digital re-releases of our Mainly Two début albums … Continue reading
The Vistas Remixed EP from Meraki is available to purchase online now! Click here to download on iTunes. Soon on Spotify, Amazon and all other major online distributors. P.S. A big shout-out to Stonny Gareer!
Tomorrow, Meraki will release an EP of ‘Vistas’ remixes, featuring the impressive likes of The Last Skeptik, Jonny Drop, Anton F, Mitch Wade Cole, Cameron Michael Graham and Trol23. Download links will follow, but you can stream them on Soundcloud … Continue reading
Welcome to 2016. I hope it started in a positive fashion. I’ve got plenty of exciting gigs lined up, plus releases from Emanata and Meraki. Here are a couple of recent goodies from Meraki to kick start the year. **And for … Continue reading
My jazz group The John Garner Quartet recently received a lovely review of our latest LP Blue Fields. Bird is the Worm is a great blog featuring in-depth reviews of new jazz recordings. You can read the full review by clicking here.