On this edition I pay tribute to drummer Jimmy Cobb with a handpicked selection of his work starting off in the band of Earl Bostic and delivering the backbeat to Dinah Washington via his ground-breaking work with Miles Davis and as a sidemen of many other Jazz Greats to leading his own groups
Jan & Jannike have been collaborating with Dublin based producer Matt Vukos to produce their first official single called MVAS. The new single will be released on 26th of June and 2 weeks later the video will drop on the 10th of July.
Both graduates of NewPark Music Academy; a passion for music drew them both to Dublin, Ireland, where they studied music and honed their craft. A world away from their roots, it was an urban hub that touched their sound, staying with them as they headed in search of a different kind of inspiration, starting a new chapter in Lanzarote, Canary Islands.
Their art is a dancer between two worlds: the urban and the natural; evoking the modernity of city life while drawing from the dark melancholy of their origins. Somewhere between art pop, folktronica and modern jazz pop, they explore a distinct perspective and a fascination with the human condition in its many guises.
On this episode of Jazz Mine from Sean Brophy you can hear tracks from Aruan Ortiz & Micheal Janisch Quintet, Barb Jungr with Simon Wallace, Joel Harrison & Spirithouse, Reggie Codrington, Francesco Turrisi, Dave Liebman with The Ronan Guilfoyle Trio, Sidney Bechet and more..........Saturdays 5PM on dublincityfm.ie
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In this episode of the Hot Box we celebrate the life of Jimmy Cobb who died last month aged 91, and legendary pianist McCoy Tyner who recently passed away. We also sample three new albums (*), two of which have diverse Irish interest!