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Like The Sky I've Been Too Quiet

    Internationally acclaimed vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and composer
    releases her new studio album featuring Floating Points, Kofi Flexxx & Carlos Niño among others, and produced by Shabaka Hutchings on Hutchings’ Native Rebel Recordings

    South-Asian vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and composer ganavya announces today her upcoming studio album “like the sky I've been too quiet” on Shabaka Hutchings’ Native Rebel Recordings. The album features contributions from artists including Kofi Flexxx, Floating Points, Carlos Niño, Leafcutter John and Mercury-nominated bassist Tom Herbert.

    Since graduating from Berklee College of Music, UCLA and Harvard, ganavya has quickly become a much-in-demand artist on the US scene who consistently confounds expectations. Hailed as “among modern music's most compelling vocalists” (Wall Street Journal), “most enchanting” (NPR) and "extraordinary" (DownBeat), ganavya has worked with an array of luminaries including the likes of Quincy Jones, Wayne Shorter and Esperanza Spalding and on new album like the sky, I've been too quiet she presents thirteen compelling tracks which showcase her ethereal voice and numinous energy. 


    Side A
    Not In An Anthropological Mood
    First Notebook Of Songs
    Side B
    Forgive Me My
    El Kebda, Let It Go
    We Made It To The Underpass
    Side C
    Our Mother Is Our Daughter Is Our Mother
    (sister Said) Home Is A Direction
    We're Still At The Underpass
    Side D
    Call It Luck If You Want To
    Call Her By Her Name, Enheduanna
    Growing Sense Of Wonder
    I Walk Again, Eyes Towards The Sky

    Sons Of Kemet

    Burn - 10th Anniversary Edition

      Sons of Kemet disbanded in the summer of 2022.
      10th Anniversary Limited edition available on Double, heavy weight vinyl.
      Bonus track “The Junglist” - recorded in the original sessions.
      Originally intended artwork that was only ever able inner sleeve of the original 2013 release.

      Seldom has a band on the British jazz scene created such a buzz before releasing an album, but through their live shows - and some delightfully unexpected airplay - Sons of Kemet did just that. A super-group of sorts led by clarinettist, saxophonist and composer Shabaka Hutchings with Oren Marshall on tuba and both Tom Skinner and Seb Rochford on drums.

      A curiously addictive album that manages to appeal to both heart and mind, there is little to compare it with. Instead, Burn feels like that rare thing, an exciting new sound that somehow worms its way into your brain and won’t let go. Exceptionally assured for a debut album, Burn surely has to become one of the standout releases for 2013. 


      Side A
      1. All Will Surely Burn
      2. The Godfather
      Side B
      4. Inner Babylon
      5. The Book Of Disquiet
      6. Going Home
      Side C
      6. Adonia’s Lullaby
      7. Song For Galeano
      8. Beware
      9. The It Is
      Side D
      10. Rivers Of Babylon
      11. The Junglist (Bonus Track)

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