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    • Nubya Garcia – When We Are
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    • 1. When We Are
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    Saxophonist, composer, bandleader and DJ, Nubya Garcia launches her own 'Nyasha' imprint with her highly anticipated EP - When We Are.

    The EP sees Garcia throw fresh shades on her already distinctive sounds: fusing technical prowess with fiercely heady jazz, soul, gospel, Afro-Caribbean and electronic influences. Features her long term collaborators Femi Koleoso (Ezra Collective), Joe Armon-Jones (Ezra Collective) and Daniel Casimir. As well as killer dancefloor remixes from K15 and Maxwell Owin!

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    London-based saxophone player Nubya Garcia will release SOURCE ≡ OUR DANCE, a RSD remix 12” ep presented on Turquoise Blue w/Black colored vinyl. This special RSD exclusive is a collection of four remix tracks from Nubya’s celebrated debut album SOURCE, reimagined through collaboration with cutting edge artists Makaya McCraven, DJ Tahira, Mark de Clive-Lowe and Shy One. This limited edition LP comes hot off the heels of Nubya’s debut album which landed on numerous Best Albums of 2020 lists, including MOJO, NPR, Paste, Pitchfork and Rolling Stone, to name a few, and one The New York Times describes as “a life’s worth of experiences into an hourlong listen.”

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