Jazz to admire, jazz to dance to
Hey you, jazz is back. Really, had it disappeared? Well, it has been a while since you had heard it on the dance floor or on the street. Yes, but look who is coming round the corner now: Nubya Garcia, the London saxophonist who laughs when she is taken for the singer (of her solo project or the different collaborative ensembles that she belongs too) as she is a woman and she does jazz. This quick association of ideas has been misleading for some time now. Just as, similarly, jazz is no longer to be found only in museums with record libraries, but is now in the clubs. Garcia is one of the leading forces behind this vibrant resurgence of the genre thanks to her lack of affectation when it comes to finding sound alliances between neo soul, hip hop and Afro-Caribbean music.
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