Georgia Anne Muldrow's latest album, Overload, is easily the most pop-focused effort in her huge catalogue.
Dean Van Nguyen
Call it a consequence of three decades as the voice of one of the best hip-hop bands to ever strut the planet – Black Thought doesn’t always get the shine it deserves. Streams of Thought Vol. 1 finally sees him drop a solo release.
American band The Pyramids first came together back in 1972, disbanding just five years later. Fate can sometimes make you wait: the band finally reformed in 2012 and their classic Afro-jazz style holds true on An Angel Fell (2018).
The instrumentation of Polish group EABS delete the 4,000-plus miles between their home nation and New York City with a hip-hop-led jazz style that leans on golden age rap gods like A Tribe Called Quest and Guru.
The remit of French jazz outfit Florian Pellissier Quintet is to connect Paris to New York; to link the classical to the modern. This ambitious task is fully realized on BijouVoyou Caillou, a relaxing record of chilled arrangements, smooth horn work and a hell of a lot of cool vibes.