Dignify | The Night
Multi-award winner as Best Jazz Vocalist, Ian Shaw has amassed a number of highly acclaimed internationally released albums and is a popular performer both in the UK and the US. He has been cited as one of the world’s finest male jazz vocalists.
Jem Cooke is a UK singer and song writer who recently wrote and appeared on the Camelphat single, Breathe. She also wrote, and is about to appear on, their nextsingle.
Previous releases include features with Hot Since 82, Cristoph, Wilkinson, Made By Pete & Delta Heavy.
She also has been touring with Wilkinson for the last 4 years and is currently writing for new projects including Opus 1 with Jamie Jones & Kate Simko and Zero 7’s forthcoming release.
My Fine Companions
Imagine a pub somewhere in a remote part of Ireland. Six friends arrange to meet for a drink.
“Well, it’s been a while”, says one. “Don’t forget your instruments”, says another.
A few drinks in, out come the guitars, the mandolin, the banjo and everything they need to fill the night with music.
No, it isn’t perfect, but everyone’s too busy having a good time to notice.
Those friends are My Fine Companions.
Mama Moonshine began with a sing-song at a party in Hackney. When the night was over the musical encounter had done the job and a jam session was booked in. In the studio, as the band’s chemistry built and lyrics poured forth, it was clear something beautiful was about to happen.
Tales of desire and moments of wonder sway between funk jams and galloping Blues rhythms.
Catching Cairo descends from North London, introspective, diverse and an interestingly calming influence on her craft and self described DreameR&B collection.
Being the middle child of seven children, Cairo cites her siblings tastes as creative influences. Catching Cairo conveys a lyrical vulnerability and clarity, a lucid British sultry vocal combined with new-fashioned production.
“The skittering blend of percussive sounds that bounce, seemingly at random, around the stereo spectrum of ‘Can’t Wait’ from Catching Cairo are balanced out sublimely by an absolutely divine vocal and slowly swelling synth.” – Dash’n’Verve.
Gracie Convert is a singer, songwriter and producer based in London. Her sound is an eclectic mixture of R&B, soul and pop, with undeniable jazz undertones. She describes music as being the only constant in her life, after moving around a lot as a child—growing up in South Africa, France, Monaco and England. Having just released her debut single ‘I’m Fine’, she is due to be putting out her next song in October.
“Sublime debut offering from Gracie Convert. Her seductive vocals swim amongst chilled out R&B beats, phenomenal”– BBC Introducing.
London based DJ and Producer; Rob Mello has recorded, produced, and remixed a diverse catalogue of releases since 1992. One of his guises was the pioneering disco and house duo Disco Elements/ Sensory Productions, Previously signed to Azuli Records. Rob was also co-founder of the saucy house label Luxury Service and produced the first Black Science Orchestra single with Ashley Beedle, “Where were you”, released on the legendary London house label, Boys Own.
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