Glynde place, east sussex 01 - 03 july 2022

Debut full-length from promising South London neo-soul singer. A deeply and unapologetically romantic and sensual album, it delivers on the promise hinted at by his trio of preceding EPs.

FFO D’Angelo, Lalah Hathaway, Jose James

Pianist, composer and producer with an all-star CV put his musical sketchings down on record. Imagine Herbie Hancock putting some instrumental tracks together for a Frank Ocean album. 

FFO Herbie Hancock, Frank Ocean, Harry Styles

A beautiful collection of heart-on-sleeve vignettes from a promising new vocalist. Restrained in a way that invites the listener in, honest in a way that compels them to listen further. 

FFO Solange, Poppy Ajudha, Emily King 

South London stalwart Ed ‘Tenderlonious’ Cawthorne wears many hats on this release. Multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer and record label owner, Cawthorne created and released this album entirely during lockdown which informs the dystopian synths and dance-floor ready beats.. 

FFO Yusef Lateef, Leon Vynehall, Emma-Jean Thackray

A more delicate and esoteric proposition than her 2017 debut album ‘Cleo’. Voice and instrument weave a beautifully textured tapestry of melodies and harmonies that reveal themselves further with repeat listens.

FFO Lykki Li, Kadjha Bonet, Moses Sumney 

Back after a five-year break between albums, legendary Norwegian future-jazz collective Jaga Jazzist’s 7th album is their most organic to date. Recorded over a period of three week the albums four pieces traverse styles but never lose focus. 

FFO Kamasi Washington, Hidden Orchestra, Gogo Penguin

Debut release from this collective made up of some of the most prolific and compelling artists. Jazz and R&B blend seamlessly across these seven tracks that compel you to nod your head while opening your eyes. 

FFO Kaytranada, Common, The Free Nationals

A textured and restrained 4 track ep from producer Danalogue (The Comet Is Coming, Soccer96) and Sarathy Korwar. 70’s sci-fi synths build to skyscraping crescendos all augmented by Korwar’s distinctive approach to percussion.

FFO Oneohtrix Point Never, Sun Ra, Julianna Barwick

Effortless cool from one of the UK jazz scenes preeminent vocalists. With production straight from the 90’s neo-soul playbook augmented by modern jazz flourishes, we’re eagerly awaiting her debut full-length album.

FFO Jill Scott, Jose James, Jordan Rakei

Following up his sublime 2018 debut ‘Shiroi’, this three-track EP is another exhibition of Brown’s virtuoso guitar playing. Through texture and effects, the ex-Triforce member takes the guitar to a grittier, clubbier place. 

FFO Kamaal Williams, Tom Misch, Triforce 


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