Here’s a little solo taster ahead of Collocutor’s gig at the Royal Albert Hall’s Elgar Room, as part of the 10th anniversary of their Late Night Jazz series. Tickets and info:
Live versions of the Miles Davis classic ‘Black Satin’ and Collocutor’s own ‘The Search’, and remixes from the stellar DJ Khalab and Ruth Goller (Melt Yourself Down, Let Spin).
Artwork by the always amazing Victoria Topping, and available to buy in limited edition poster format!
Recently I was lucky enough to host a 2 hour Collocutor takeover for the Jazz Special series on Worldwide FM. It features selections from, and interviews with, various band members, and some special quartet versions of material from our latest album “The Search”…
Listen back here:
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:
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:
Really enjoyed playing this session for Ninja Tune artist Sarathy Korwar. For more about his music and upcoming gigs go to www.sarathykorwar.com
In January 2016 my project Collocutor went into the studio to record our second album ‘The Search’. We’re very happy with the results, but now we need your help to get it finished and available to buy!
We’ve launched a crowdfund campaign on Indiegogo, where you will be able to find lots of exclusive goodies such as:
– behind-the-scenes photobook of images by the excellent Gavin Mills
– USB packed with On the Corner Records’s back catalogue
– hire a small version of the band to play in your house!
– commission an improvised musical conversation
– testpress packages
– various analogue and digital music packages
– become the album’s Executive Producer
And we’ll be adding more as the campaign progresses!