Here’s another name to add to the growing list of UK new jazz talents. London-Welsh bassist/producer Bennett distils the essence of big city sundown hedonism here, in a debut overflowing with promise. Pulling from diverse sources (Tropicalia, Highlife, Welsh psych) and featuring classy turns from vocalist Miryam Solomon, sax whizz Chelsea Carmichael and percussionist Jake Long among others, standouts like the languid ‘Afon Colhuw’ will dose you up with easy summer warmth.
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