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Tamar Osborn

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Collocutor at Band on the Wall

Very happy to announce that Collocutor will be playing Band on the Wall in Manchester on 30th July!

This will be a very special show, with music from both our albums and a tribute to one of our favourite jazz innovators. More details and early bird tickets here:

https://bandonthewall.org/events/collocutor/

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Lonely Table interview

Here’s a little interview I did with Lonely Table ahead of tonight’s Collocutor gig at Church of Sound in London. Talking a bit about our new album, and the Yusef Lateef material we’ll be playing on the gig:

http://lonelytable.net/features-1/2017/interview-collocutor

Sofar Sounds London with Sarathy Korwar

Canary Wharf Jazz Festival with The Fontanelles 16th August 2015

The Fontanelles will be bringing our particular brand of afrobeat-ethiofunk-dub to the Canary Wharf Jazz Festival on 16th August at 5pm.

FREE ENTRY but limited space – get there early, and see some other great music as well 🙂

http://canarywharf.com/arts-events/events/canary-wharf-jazz-festival/?instance_id=

Canary Wharf Jazz Festival 2015The Fontanelles

TONIGHT! Jessica Lauren’s Naga Five @ The Forge, Camden

Jessica Lauren's Naga Five @ The Forge

A little taste of Collocutor at Dingwalls

If you missed Collocutor’s live gig at Dingwalls (courtesy of Gilles Peterson and Patrick Forge), here’s a little taste…

Collocutor to play Gilles Peterson/Patrick Forge’s Another Sunday Afternoon at Dingwalls 31st May2015

Collocutor to play Gilles Peterson/Patrick Forge’s Another Sunday Afternoon at Dingwalls 31st May2015.

Awalé & Collocutor | EFG London Jazz Festival

Awalé & Collocutor | EFG London Jazz Festival.

Paul Bradshaw review – LIVE: Collocutor, The Grip, Steve Williamson….

Thanks Paul!!

London town regularly delivers an overwhelming array of LIVE music and the late summer has been exceptional with enlightening and stirring  sessions from  Collocutor, The Grip and Steve Willamson.

Last Monday night I caught the launch of the the Collocutor album at the Forge in Camden Town. I was introduced to the music of Collocutor by On The Corner records boss Pete Buckenham and album producer Nick Woodmansey of Emanative. Both maintained, ” You have to check them live.” and on the night I was not disappointed.

Tamar Collocutor Tamar Collocutor

Led by saxophonist (baritone + soprano)/flautist, Tamar Osborn, who you may know from the Fontanelles and numerous other projects, this ensemble is built around two distinctively different percussionists –  Maurizio Ravalico and Magnus Mehta – and bassist Suman Joshi. This rhythmic triumvirate provide a unique foundation for Tamar,  Simon Finch (trumpet/flugel horn), Josephine Davies (tenor) and guitarist Marco Piccioni to step…

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