18 Of Our Favourite UK Jazz Albums From The Last Decade.

By Atif Mahmood

18 Of Our Favourite UK Jazz Albums From The Last Decade.

Who thought we'd be celebrating International Jazz Day inside? With so many great artists set up to relish in the summer glow at the likes of Cross The Tracks to Dimensions Festival and with the hopes of We Out Here still going ahead, we've decided to not put their talents to waste. So we've curated an 18 artist strong list of our favourite UK Jazz albums from the last decade, with such greats as Shabaka Hutchings, Nubya Garcia, Zara McFarlane, Alfa Mist and many more featured. We've included a direct Bandcamp link so you can all support the ever growing movement that is the UK Jazz scene! Enjoy...

Matthew Halsall — On The Go

[Gondwana Records]

GoGo Penguin — v2.0

[Gondwana Records]

Shabaka & The Ancestors — Wisdom of Elders

[Brownswood]

Dinosaur — Together, As One

[Edition Records]

Yussef Kamaal — Black Focus

[Brownswood]

Yazmin Lacey — Black Moon

[Running Circle]

Zara McFarlane — Arise

[Brownswood]

Alfa Mist — Antiphon

[Sekito]

Vels Trio — Yellow Ochre

[Total Refreshment Centre]

Moses Boyd — Displaced Diaspora

[Exodus Records]

Nubya Garcia — Nubya's 5ive

[Jazz Re:fresshed]

Joe Armon Jones — Starting Today

[Brownswood]

Various Artists — We Out Here

[Brownswood]

Emma Jean Thackray — Ley Lines

[The Vinyl Factory]

Ruby Rushton — Ironside

[22a]

Theon Cross - Fyah

[Gearbox Records]

Ezra Collective — You Can’t Steel My Joy

[Enter The Jungle]

Sons of Kemet — Your Queen Is A Reptile

[Impulse! Records]