Mammal Hands – Fierce Creatures

Part of a burgeoning brigade of dancefloor-friendly jazz troupers that includes both GoGo Penguin and The Comet Is Coming, East Anglian jazz animals Mammal Hands are crossing over to a younger more festivalfriendly audience with their intense combination of kinetic grooves and inspired improvisation. As the trio look set to widen their appeal with the release of their latest album, Shadow Work, Nick Hasted spoke with them about the cyclical secrets of their growing success

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