The magazine defines the album as ‘genre-bending’.
McCormack tells Chris Searle he believes music is powerful and his place in the world is to use it for good.
Presenter Ian Shaw features a broad range Ubuntu artists, and praises Martin Hummel’s passion for his artists and the Label. Featured Ubuntu Music artists include Mark Kavuma, Andrew McCormack, Tom Cawley, Quentin Collins & Brandon Allen, Leo Richardson, Miguel Gorodi, Eric Alexander & Harold Mabern and others.
To hear the two hour program showcasing Ubuntu Music artists, please click on any of the images, above.
The Jazz Mann’s Ian Mann writes, “McCormack again blends his numerous sources together skilfully to create a sound that is wide ranging and inclusive, yet simultaneously intensely personal.”
Robin Kidson writes, “The Calling is a most satisfying and absorbing piece of work by a composer coming in to his own ably assisted by some supremely talented musicians. If this be “prog-jazz”, then let us have more.”
Kind of Jazz’s Rob Mallows writes, “Graviton has gravitas and guts, and listeners should be thrilled to join the quest.”
A massive 5 Star Review from UK Vibe Magazine!!!
Jazz Views’ Eddie Myer writes, “McCormack is a formidable virtuoso, fully capable of integrating a range of influences from such challenging sources as Tigran Hamasyan and Steve Reich, and he’s written a set of closely plotted, twisting and turning pieces for his excellent band to negotiate.”
“And so the journey begins…”
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