The contemporary UK jazz scene has been especially potent of late, mutating and redefining various sub-stratas of the genre while extending its tendrils. Moses Boyd’s lp from last Fall, Displaced Diaspora, is one such example. Though its contents date back to sessions cut in 2015, the collection very much provides a succinct overview of where the London based drummer, composer and producer is heading.
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