London's much-mythologised jazz underground is part of a wider much community, with parallel scenes cropping up around the country.
Take the IXCHEL family. Linking with key ensembles in London and beyond, they've been able to support and encourage a poly-genre approach to making and releasing music.
Brighton's Ebi Soda are part of this. Scorching funk-leaning jazz with plenty of left field influences, they're already a key component of the south coast jazz scene.
New release 'Bedroom Tapes' was recorded in an ad hoc studio space, and it captures the cramped, frenetic live performances that have made their name.
A seven track EP, it finds Ebi Soda moving into daring new territory, a dexterous, furiously inventive collection.
Available digitally and on 12 inch vinyl, this looks an essential purchase.
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