Being a female solo artist & the power of activist music with Nubya Garcia
Strong Woman: The Podcast
Welcome to the first episode of my podcast with the amazing saxophonist & composer Nubya Garcia! In this episode we discuss touring, the trials & tribulations of being a female solo artist & the power of activist music. We also touch on BLM and the 2020 May/June protests, it is to be noted that this episode was recorded a short time after these protests & our comments reflect our understanding of the situation at that time which as the fight for civil rights continue, is constantly evolving.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
'Educate yourself quickly' with Sarathy Korwar, Nadine Shah, James Holden and Nubya Garcia
Jazz musician Sarathy Korwar talks to Nadine Shah, James Holden and Nubya Garcia about whether there is something inherently dysfunctional about being a performer, relationships with their voice or instruments, and what it means to control and own your own music.Sarathy Korwar was born in the US, grew up in Chennai and Ahmedabad in India before moving to London. He’s a percussionist, drummer, producer, and bandleader who’s at the forefront of the jazz world right now, using both modern methods and pulling resources from his classical roots. Joining him is the formidable singer-songwriter Nadine Shah. Her 2017 album Holiday Destination was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize and her most recent record, 2020’s Kitchen Sink, arrived to huge acclaim. Her sound has been described as everything from "loner pop" to "jazz meets indie". James Holden is an electronic pioneer who’s revered by musicians and fans alike. He now runs his own label, has made a soundtrack, and performs improvised synth music in his ‘spiritual-synth-jazz-trance’ band The Animal Spirits. And finally, Nubya Garcia is a saxophonist, composer and bandleader. As well as being one of the most important musicians in the UK right now, her long awaited debut record Source was released in the summer of 2020. She also plays in the bands Nérija and Maisha with some of the UK’s finest musicians.
Growing up in a music-rich family, stepped in the multiculturism of London’s Camden community, has inspired multi-instrumentalist Nubya Garcia to create her own brand of music. She tells Gregory how, as a child, experiencing carnival in Trinidad was a game-changer and why she likes to immerse herself in the culture of other countries for weeks at a time, travel-permitting. Hard work and perseverance was instilled in Nubya from a young age and she’s proof why your parents nagging you to practise that musical instrument, is most likely going to be worth it.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tru Thoughts Presents Unfold 25.10.20 with Che' Noir, Nubya Garcia, Fybe:One
Tru Thoughts presents Unfold
Hip Hop from Che' Noir, Hoodratz and Cypress Hill. Deep dancefloor beats from new Tru Thoughts signing Fybe:One. Jazz for the floor from Osunlade’s Centour Jackson. Broken Beat from IG Culture remixing Reginald Omas Mamode IV and WheelUp feat Brint Story. Drum & Bass / Jungle from Think Tonk, DJ Stretch and new music from DJ Krust. Jazz from Nubya Garcia, Sefi Zisling, Don Rendell and Ian Carr Quintet. Plus plenty more musical treats.
"The Thread" is Nick Lewis and Alex ‘Los’ LoSardo from Soho Jazz institution Ronnie Scott’s, who take you on a fortnightly journey through music with jazz as its common thread. Hear the freshest jazz-related sounds from Ronnie’s and around the world, with a healthy dose of emerging artists and brand new releases.This is the Soho Radio podcast, showcasing some of the best broadcasts form our online radio station, right from the heart Soho London.Across our Music and Culture channels, we have a wide range of shows covering every genre, along with chat shows, discussions and special broadcasts.To catch up on all Soho Radio shows from both our music and culture channels head on over mixcloud.com/sohoradio or tune in live anytime at sohoradiolondon.com.This is a Soho Radio Productions Podcast.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/soho-radio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Saxophonist Nubya Garcia has long been a standout in the burgeoning London jazz scene, and now with her debut album Source she has fully arrived. We’re digging into this instant classic and checking out a reissue of trumpet player Billy Brooks iconic 1974 album Windows Of The Mind on this all new episode of Discologist.Love this show? Let us know by supporting us. Quick. Easy. Makes you feel good.https://supporter.acast.com/DiscologistSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/discologist. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Guest NITIN SAWHNEY on Tenet, Disclosure, Nubya Garcia, BBC4’s Soul America
Ultra-prolific gene-splicer of all musics Asian, Anglo and beyond Nitin Sawhney joins Will Hodgkinson of The Times plus Siân and Andrew for this week’s pop culture summit.WELCOME TO THE PALINDROME: Does Christopher Nolan’s mind-pretzeling Tenet make sense, and will it save Hollywood?MIND OVER PLATTER: New albums from leftfield jazz parper Nubya Garcia and house delinquents Disclosure. STAX AND VIOLENCE: Why BBC4’s new three-parter Soul America – covering the rise of black music through civil rights, civil disturbances and beyond – is an unmissable milestone. Produced and presented by Siân Pattenden and Andrew Harrison. Audio production by Alex Rees. Bigmouth is a Podmasters production. Get every episode of BIGMOUTH a day early when you back us on the crowdfunding platform Patreon. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
La saxophoniste Nubya Garcia est l'une des figures les plus charismatiques de la nouvelle scène jazz londonienne.C'est à elle que revient l'honneur d'ouvrir l'édition 2019 du Nice Jazz Festival...Son concert au Théâtre de Verdure est à vivre en direct dans Summer of Jazz, dès 19h30.A ses côtés : Joe Armon-Jones (claviers), Daniel Casimir (contrebasse) et Sam Jones (batterie).
Episode 10: Saxophonist Nubya Garcia on how to survive touring
Supreme Standards Podcast
Saxophonist Nubya Garcia is one of the most celebrated and busiest artists in Jazz right now. She took some time out from her full on touring schedule for Episode 10 of the Supreme Standards podcast. With host Tina Edwards she talked about the importance of ‘switching off’, how she’s learning several languages - and of course, she tells us her three alternate lifestyles. We asked a few questions from fans on Twitter, too!
Live in the Lab Ep 12 featuring Empress Of, Altin Gun, & Nubya Garcia
Live in the Lab
We got another banging show featuring dope music from Empress Of, Altin Gun, and Nubya Garcia.Enjoy!Send us your music:Twitter- @iamthe1mangangIG- @iamtheonemangangEmpress Of: http://www.empressof.com/Altin Gun: https://lesdisquesbongojoe.bandcamp.com/album/onNubya Garcia: https://www.discogs.com/artist/5261803-Nubya-Garcia