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Displaced Diaspora
Displaced Diaspora (gatefold LP)
Cat: XOLP 002. Rel: 04 Nov 20
Jazz
  1. Rush Hour/Elegua (feat Kevin Haynes Grupo Elegua) (3:07)
  2. Frontline (feat Kevin Haynes Grupo Elegua) (6:17)
  3. Rye Lane Shuffle (4:25)
  4. Drum Dance (5:13)
  5. Axis Blue (5:09)
  6. City Nocturne (feat Zara McFarlane) (4:39)
  7. Waiting On The Night Bus (feat Terri Walker & Louis V) (5:33)
  8. Marooned In SE6 (feat Kevin Haynes Grupo Elegua) (4:50)
  9. Ancestors (feat Kevin Haynes Grupo Elegua) (3:09)
Review: Earlier this year, Moses Boyd finally fulfilled on his immense promise with Dark Matter, a sophomore set that cemented his position as one of UK jazz's top talents. On the back of that success, his 2018 debut, Displaced Diaspora, has been given a fresh vinyl pressing. For those who missed out first time round, the album is a collaborative affair, with numerous guests joining in with Boyd's distinctively eclectic fusion fun. Afro-brass outfit Kevin Haynes Grupo Eleggua make a huge impression on a number of tracks, Zara McFarlane provides a sensual, sumptuous vocal on the classic late night jazz smokiness of 'City Nocturne' and Terri Walker and Louis V rise above the organic, jazz-fuelled hip-hop soul brilliance of 'Waiting On The Night Bus'.

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Dark Matter
Cat: XOCD 001. Rel: 13 Feb 20
Jazz
  1. Stranger Than Fiction
  2. Hard Food (interlude)
  3. BTB
  4. YOYO
  5. Shades Of You
  6. Dancing In The Dark
  7. Only You
  8. 2 Far Gone
  9. Nommos Descent
  10. What Now?
Review: Since being touted as jazz's next big thing back in 2014, Moses Boyd has released very little music, though the few EPs he has put out have been uniformly superb. We'd expect plenty of hype around this debut album, but we can assure you it will be deserved. Boyd is a drummer by trade and it's the variety and quality of the rhythms - some framed by traditional jazz, others hip-hop, grime, dubstep, dancehall and Tony Allen style Afrobeat grooves - that really stand out, despite the presence of fuzzy, Fela Kuti style horn motifs, booming basslines, Juju guitar solos, liquid jazz-funk flourishes, dark trip-hop tropes and some suitably inspiring vocals. Boyd may have taken his time, but it was definitely worth the wait.
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