“Certain to get you tapping along…Just Awesome.” Musician Magazine
Rythme Futur play jazz and swing, inspired by Gypsy Jazz, the Goodman and Shaw Swing bands and beyond with the simple intention of creating fun yet classy feature and background /> The album “Yesterdays” showcases Rythme Futur’s music with a selection of new arrangements of timeless jazz tunes arranged and performed in unique style. They perform as trio to sextet with vocalist Julie McKee.
Rythme Futur started in 2000 when Barrington and George met and shared a common love for the hot music of players they soon became part of the London swing scene, playing regularly at the National Theatre and Le /> They have also played at Café Royal, Bloomsbury Theatre, Spice of Life, Underground Theatre, Albert Hall Consort Café, The 100 Club, Chichester Jazz Club, Chelsea Arts Club, Birmingham and Greenwich Jazz Festivals, the International Gypsy Guitar Festival, City of London Festival, BBC Radio’s ‘World on the Streets Festival’ and regularly tour /> They have played functions of all descriptions all over the Capital including The Gherkin Tower, Banqueting House, The Ritz and London Zoo to name just a few.
This recording was made at the Underground Theatre, in Eastbourne 2011.
Julie Mckee – Vocals
Mark Crooks – Tenor Sax/Carinet
Jeff Green – Electric Guitar
Nils Solberg – Acoustic Guitar
George Trebar – Double Bass
Video and Audio recorded and edited by Dan Redding.
Side Cam (stage Right) – Zoom Q3HD
Side Cam (Stage Left) – JVC Everio GZ-HM30SEK
Main Cam (Out Front) – Cannon T3i EOS600D
Recorded with 2 mics at the back of the room and a feed from the desk, through a FocustriteSaffire Pro 14
Audio Edited in Reaper x64
Video Edited in Premier Pro