Julian Siegel Quartet – Partisan Punk and Swing

Following a fertile 2017 which saw him take his ambitious big-band project out on the road, culminating in a performance at Ronnie Scott's for Jazzwise's 20th Anniversary celebrations, Julian Siegel returns with his propulsive Quartet and their second album, Vista, arguably the saxophonist's most accomplished studio set to date. Stuart Nicholson spoke with Siegel about his band's chemistry, the realisation of a childhood big-band dream and his unlikely dalliances with members of former anarcho-punkers Crass

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