The Bop Apocalypse

FIRST OFF, the title – a steal from Ginsberg’s ‘Footnote To Howl’ – is a little disingenuous. The Bop Apocalypse is not the jazz-hardcore fusion one might expect, but rather a dazzlingly diverse montage of approaches, quoting everything from hip/trip-hop to big band shapes to torch songsmithery to post-modernist pop.

FIRST OFF, the title – a steal from...

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