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Theon Cross at Rolling Stone


Theon Cross interviewed at Rolling Stone.

Working in buzzy groups like Sons of Kemet and with his own lean, commanding trio, the Londoner is putting the focus back on the low end.
— Rolling Stone

Nick Waterhouse at CLASH

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Nick Waterhouse ‘Foundations’ feature at CLASH.

Tapping into both the Ivy League tradition and the golden era of rhythm ‘n’ blues, his expertly stylish, deeply soulful approach has a path of its own.
— Clash

Theon Cross at The New York Times


Theon Cross featured at The New York Times.

Most likely, you’ll go into a Sons of Kemet show looking forward to Shabaka Hutchings’s tenor saxophone, and you’ll leave buzzing about Theon Cross’s tuba.
— The New York Times

Theon Cross at Pitchfork


Theon Cross album ‘Fyah’ reviewed at Pitchfork.

A player in Shabaka Hutchings’ Sons of Kemet and a key figure in London’s vital jazz scene, Cross brings new energy to the tuba, an instrument long neglected in jazz and its offshoots.
— Pitchfork

Theon Cross at NPR


Theon Cross - First Listen of album ‘Fyah’ at NPR.

Fyah is the first full-length album by Cross, featuring the same core trio that appeared on his 2015 EP, Aspirations.

Dwight Trible at CLASH


Dwight Trible - news and track at CLASH.

A heavily improvisational take, the tumbling piano notes are complimented by the avant funk groove, one that connects with the spirit of the original.
— Clash

Theon Cross premiere at Downbeat


Theon Cross ‘Fyah’ premiere at Downbeat.

Even before releasing a full-length recording under his own name, Theon Cross had become a central figure of the contemporary UK jazz scene...
— Downbeat

Theon Cross at Clash


Theon Cross shares new song 'Panda Village' at Clash.

A righteous return, it sluices together elements of club culture with hard-hitting jazz soloing, utilising the twin talents of percussionist Moses Boyd and saxophonist Nubya Garcia.
— Clash

Theon Cross at The Quietus


Theon Cross - 'Panda Village' song premiere and Q&A at The Quietus.

Sons of Kemet’s Theon Cross shares a new solo track, and tells us about drawing inspiration from Kung Fu Panda.
— The Quietus

Sarathy Korwar review in The Guardian


Sarathy Korwar album review in The Guardian.

Jazz musicians have been borrowing from Indian music for more than half a century. Sometimes it was just the textures – the drones of the tanpura, the exotic patter of tablas, the zing of a sitar. Sometimes it was deeper...
— The Guardian

Thelonious Monk at Bandcamp Daily


Thelonious Monk at Bandcamp Daily.

To drop the needle on Mønk, a newly released live set cut by jazz pianist Thelonious Monk in 1963, is to hear a slice of history that almost dissolved into dust.
— Bandcamp Daily

Wojtek Mazolewski Quintet at Stereogum


Wojtek Mazolewski Quintet - album review at Stereogum

Their version of “Theme de Yoyo,” probably the most aggressive, funkiest thing the Art Ensemble ever recorded, is great; the horns jump and shout, as the rhythm section repeatedly devolves from an airtight groove into brief interludes of free jazz chaos.
— Stereogum

Wojtek All About Jazz


Wojtek reviewed at All About Jazz

Great tunes, infectious beats and rhythms, concise solos—around half the playing time is through-composed—striking ostinatos, lots of call and response and counterpoint in the arrangements, an atmosphere of passion and joie de vivre, and respect for tradition combined with a future-facing vibe.
— All About Jazz

Binker and Moses at Dazed.


Binker and Moses feature at Dazed.

Musicians Moses Boyd and Binker Golding reflect on the significance of the temporarily shuttered venue, which helped usher in the city’s ‘new jazz scene’
— Dazed