Internationally acclaimed Norwegian record label Rune Grammofon announced itself to the world in 1998, with the release of Supersilent’s auspicious triple-album offering, 1-3. Since then, the imprint has curated a prestigious canon of experimental...
Miles Davis’ Bitches Brew at 50: “Aphex Twin, Brian Eno, Portishead, Flying Lotus and Joni Mitchell have all cited the album as an influence, while Radiohead’s OK Computer was directly inspired by it”
Stuart Nicholson looks at the massive impact Miles Davis’ Bitches Brew has had on jazz, 50 years after its original release
Making a name for himself with, among others, Art Ensemble of Chicago, Makaya McCraven and Soweto Kinch, bassist Junius Paul has now struck out with his own stylistically eclectic solo debut, Ism. Kevin Le Gendre caught up with the frenetic low-ender...
Natacha Atlas: "It all began with Miles... the one that changed my musical direction was Kind of Blue"
Vocalist Natacha Atlas talks about the album that changed her life, Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue