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National Sawdust hosts the album release concert for London based producer, pianist, bandleader and MC Alfa Mist, in celebration of his fourth full-length solo record Bring Backs, out April 2022 via ANTI-. The album’s nine tracks of groove-based intricacies, lyrical solipsism and meandering fragments are tied together by a poem written by Hilary Thomas expressing the sensuous realities of building community in a new country. Alfa Mist is one of the most dynamic and consistent talents to emerge from London’s widely celebrated jazz reformation.
Originally from Newham, East London. Alfa Mist began his trip through music as a grime and hip-hop producer. As with many contemporary beatmakers, Alfa's sample digging opened up a world of vintage sounds including soundtracks and jazz. Both a self-taught pianist and accomplished producer, Alfa's roots can be traced through Dilla and The Roots back to Thelonius Monk and Avishai Cohen. His most recent album, Structuralism, built on the huge organic growth of Antiphon, with an extensive sold out tour.
Kalia Vandever is a trombonist, composer, and educator living in Brooklyn, NY. She released her debut album, “In Bloom” in 2019 which has been described as "the rise of an exciting voice for the music" (Seton Hawkins, Hot House Jazz Magazine). Kalia is set to release her sophomore album, Regrowth with New Amsterdam Records on May 6th. Kalia developed her solo project for trombone and effects in 2019. This project explores the fluid relationship between composition and improvisation, as well as the lyrical nature of the trombone. She has toured and performed internationally with her quartet, as well as a side-woman, performing with artists including Moses Sumney, Joel Ross, Immanuel Wilkins, Maria Grand, Fay Victor and others. Kalia is an awardee of the 2022 Next Jazz Legacy, a program founded by New Music USA and Berklee Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice. She has performed in such venues as Carnegie Hall, Sydney Opera House, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Preservation Hall, the Hollywood Bowl, The Jazz Gallery, The Blue Whale, Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, SMOKE Jazz Club, the Blue Note, and the Rose Theater at Jazz at Lincoln Center. While performing regularly as a bandleader and side-woman, Kalia is also an active composer and arranger. She has been commissioned to write works for groups and individuals including Tesla Quartet, The Westerlies, Katherine Kyu Hyeon Lim, Hats & Heels Duo and more.
“A shining light of the London jazz scene” - The Vinyl Factory
“Jazz-inspired urban soundscapes from east London’s moodiest new producer” - NME