Gone are the days when stereotypically Jazz would only appear as a love for those who are past the age of fifty or Howard Moon, who should now be somewhere in his late forties. As this magazine and its future issues should prove, this is not just limited to Mathew Halsall’s Gondwana Records, nor should it be limited to Giles Peterson’s Brownswood, despite them both being mentioned frequently throughout these thirty-six pages. Instead, the limit should be endless. That is why this article, in all of its 350-word glory, is dedicated to Bartosz Bajda’s, otherwise known as Baydog, third album, ‘Dry Land’, which was released on the 4th February.

Music and society writer based in Manchester / Zine Creator @ Knee_Xap / araworth.writer@gmail.com / https://www.patreon.com/user?u=27933642&fan_landing=true

Music and society writer based in Manchester / Zine Creator @ Knee_Xap / araworth.writer@gmail.com / https://www.patreon.com/user?u=27933642&fan_landing=true