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The Jac Announce New Album

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As The Jac mark a decade of making music together, on 5th June they are releasing A Gathering, their new double album, through Bandcamp.

Featuring material from their 2017 collaboration with Korean quartet Black String, plus a swathe of brand new original compositions, the album encapsulates a milestone in their sound. Recorded at Roundhead Studios in Auckland, it is a beautifully produced illustration of a band at the height of its powers; showcasing their intricate and immersive compositions; tight ensemble playing, and assertive, individual improvising voices. Two of the tracks from the album, Beyond the Palace and A Gathering were for the APRA/AMCOS Best Jazz Composition of the Year Award in 2018.

Given the emergence of Covid-19 in March 2020, The Jac’s accompanying tour has now been put on the back-burner until 2021.A Gathering will now be released in two stages:This is the first five of 10 tracks and the second five will be released in the lead up to the 2021 tour.


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