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The Heliocentrics (Musicians)
The Heliocentrics is a British funk und jazz collective from London, around Malcolm Catto, Jake Ferguson and Mike Burnham.
The Heliocentrics in Features
Music List | posted 25.02.2020
Malcolm Catto of The Heliocentrics
10 All Time Favs
The Heliocentrics have just released »Infinity Of Now«. The album has the potential to inspire future musicians. Malcolm Catto, who founded the band together with Jake Ferguson, recently revealed to us the records that have shaped, improved and formed him. The result is a kind of lesson in music history from the late 1950s until today. And it becomes clear why The Heliocentrics sound so damn innovative.
The Heliocentrics in Reviews
Music Review | posted 14.02.2020
The Heliocentrics
Infinity Of Now
With »Infinity Of Now«, which has just been released by Madlib Invazions, the genius of the Heliocentrics should really get around now. To the inifinity.
Music Review | posted 15.04.2013
The Heliocentrics
13 Degrees Of Reality
When you’ve already recorded tracks together with jazz-legend Mulatu Astatke, you can’t really make bad music, anymore. Heliocentrics are no exception.
Recent Articles
Music News | posted 12.04.2021
Exclusive Edition: »If I Fail Are We Still Cool?«
Exclusive Edition: »If I Fail Are We Still Cool?«
Patrick Paige II drops »If I Fail Are We Still Cool?«, his second album soon. Exclusively on HHV Records, the vinyl will also be available in a limited edition Coke Bottle Clear Vinyl.
Music Review | posted 02.05.2021
Kohsuke Mine
First
»First«, the 1970 debut by Kohsuke Mine and his quartet, has now been reissued for the first time in BBE Records’ J Jazz Masterclass Series.
Music Interview | posted 27.04.2021
Adrian Younge
Sonic history lesson
»The American Negro« marks the beginning of a new chapter in Adrian Younge’s work. It is more frontal, more politically charged, and more self-assured. He wants to teach. We had the opportunity for an in-depth interview.
Music Column | posted 11.05.2021
Records Revisited
Grace Jones – Nightclubbing, 1981
Nightlife for androids: On »Nightclubbing«, along with one of the world’s leading rhythm sections, Grace Jones made sure that reggae and new wave would develop a new life of its own in 80’s pop.
Music Review | posted 07.05.2021
Electric Party
Play
With »Play« the label Knekelhuis releases nine tracks from the eighties of the Dutch band Electric Party.