For fans of jazz and soul music, The Fabulous Red Diesel is a band that needs to be on your radar. With their highly anticipated new album "Goddess The Seahorse" this UK-based band is ready to make waves in the music scene once again. Having already garnered support from renowned outlets like Jazz FM, Jazz Journal, and BBC Radio 6 Music, as well as performing at prestigious venues like Ronnie Scotts and notable jazz festivals, The Fabulous Red Diesel has built a reputation as one of the hardest working bands in the industry.
One of the things that sets The Fabulous Red Diesel apart is their unique and creative approach to making music. Their soundscapes are filled with depth and beauty, and their latest album is no exception. "Goddess The Seahorse" consists of 14 breathtaking tracks that showcase the band's best work to date. The album is a mesmerizing blend of honest lyricism, soaring vocals, and inventive, organic soundscapes that transport listeners to a world of musical bliss. The album features a range of instruments, including twinkling piano, bouncing double bass, subtle e-bow guitar, vibrant brass, and tight, swinging drums. The band's expert display in musical arrangement and restraint is evident throughout the album, as they effortlessly transition from moments of melancholic introspection to bursts of high-energy jazz that exude a sense of joyous freedom. Each track on "Goddess The Seahorse" is a testament to the band's incredible musicianship and their ability to push the boundaries of jazz and soul music.
One standout aspect of The Fabulous Red Diesel's music is the vocals. The band's lead singer delivers soulful and powerful performances that are both captivating and emotionally resonant. The lyrics are honest and thought-provoking, delving into themes of love, life, and the human experience. The band's passion and commitment to their music shine through in every aspect of the album, making it a true masterpiece of jazz and soul exploration.
Don't miss the chance to catch The Fabulous Red Diesel live:
Sun 30th April - Cheltenham Jazz Festival - 9pm The Frog and Fiddle Cheltenham
Sun 21st May - Watford Jazz Junction
Friday June 9th - Toulouse Lautrec, London 8.30pm
Sun 9th July - Upstairs at Ronnie Scott's
August bank holiday - Rye Jazz Festival
Tuesday 5th September - The Pheasantry Chelsea (Pizza Express)