The Shape of Irish Jazz to Come

Seán Mac Erlaine was featured in a Sunday Times piece this week about the current state of Irish jazz, with attention drawn to both his recent work with This is How We Fly and his 2012 album, Long After the Music is Gone.

In a selection of titled labelled ‘the shape of Irish jazz to come’, Mel Clarke wrote that Long After the Music is Gone is a ‘haunting meditation on the landscape [of Leitrim], infused by fragments of traditional Irish music and electronic beats’.

Pick up a copy of Long After the Music is Gone on CD, vinyl or download here.

With thanks to Brian Donnellan for the image.