THE NEAR JAZZ EXPERIENCE - Nought to 60 - LP - Vinyl [RSD2021-JUN12]

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THE NEAR JAZZ EXPERIENCE - Nought to 60 - LP - Vinyl [RSD2021-JUN12]

THE NEAR JAZZ EXPERIENCE - Nought to 60 - LP - Vinyl [RSD2021-JUN12]

€23.99 €9.99


RELEASE DATE: June 12th, 2021
LABEL: Sartorial Records
BARCODE: 5060143301414




LP – Limited Edition 12″ Mini-Album on Black Vinyl
(*Only 500 copies pressed. Includes download code.)

All ‘RSD Drop 1’ titles will be available for purchase in store from 8am Saturday 12th June. Online sales for remaining stock will start at 6pm 12th June.

NOUGHT TO 60 is a vinyl mini-album featuring a long, live take on one side plus three tracks previously only available digitally on the other. The title track appears in its entirety for the first time without the ‘Radio Fade’.

Recorded before and between lockdowns – like all RSD releases in 2021 – this album is a taste of things to come. The Near Jazz Experience is used to working quickly, getting things out. These recordings are fresh, ready to be heard.

FIVE YEARS was in the NJE canon for a while before being recorded. It received a ‘soft’ digital release this January in honour of Bowie’s passing five years before. It is introspective and thought provoking, as the occasion deserves, sitting well with the band’s more trademark avant-jazz sounds, a direction that Blackstar was going in.
Dive into NOUGHT TO 60 for a journey into chilled grooves, Ethiopian-inspired jazz and Motorik beats – all Near Jazz Experience originals.

The NJE logo on the album cover was commissioned from graphic designer Dave Towers, known for his work with The Charlatans among many others.
This is a 12” mini-album on black vinyl with download code in a full-colour sleeve, strictly limited to 500 copies.

“An impeccable punk-funk-jazz journey.”

Thomas H. Green, The Arts Desk

“This really is the sound of three amazing musicians exploring where, what and how their music might be.”

Dave Franklin,