Greentea Peng – Man Made

London-based artist and self-described psychedelic soul songstress Greentea Peng has now, after a string of singles, released her debut album “Man Made” and this is our album of the month indeed. Alongside her album, Greentea Peng also released an accompanying manifest: “Man Made: an exploration of self and sound. A …

Tony Allen – There Is No End

Sadly, Tony Allen, co-inventor of Afrobeat and undisputed king of polyrhythms, passed away at in april 2020 at the age of 79. …

Jon Batiste – We Are

The charismatic guy with the impeccable dress sense that is Jon Batiste – Oscar- and Bafta-Nominee and Golben Globe Winner, BLM-activist and …

R+R=NOW – LIVE

In October 2018, Robert Glasper settled into the Blue Note Jazz Club in New York City for a month-long residency several nights …

Celeste – Not Your Muse

“Not Your Muse is the power I found when I felt powerless…In making this album I have allowed myself to arrive at …

Blue Note Re:Imagined

Fear not, it’s not another remix-album – this time the long standing tradition of interpretation in jazz is celebrated instead of rubbing …

GoGo Penguin – GoGo Penguin

We already praised their debut album in 2016 and now, as they themself claim (and we don’t fully disagree), they are better …

Agnes Obel – Myopia

Berlin-based and Danish-born Agnes Obel has been one of the most notable artists in contemporary classical crossover music. Unique in her approach …

Yuna – Rouge

A wonderful Soul-Pop-Funk-album is our new album of the month: “Rouge” by Malaysian singer-songwriter Yuna. Being already her fourth solo-album, on “Rouge” …