New Jazz Generation - London Calling!

London's burgeoning new breed of genre-blind, rhythmically direct jazz musicians has been attracting youthful, multi-cultural audiences not seen in the UK for a generation, pioneering a radical and overdue shift in perception. With the US and Europe onside, Britain's broadsheets joining in the acclaim, a Shabaka Hutchings-produced album, We Out Here, compiling the scene's key voices, and many of those musicians returning this month to the Love Supreme Jazz Festival, Nick Hasted sits down in London with Moses Boyd, Nubya Garcia, Theon Cross and Joe Armon-Jones to discover where the scene began, what it stands for and where it's heading a year after Jazzwise first covered it

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