This is Philip Wain’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Philip Wain

  1. UK
  2. Jazz
  1. collection 19
  2. followers 64
  3. following 50
  1. Gnostic Hilife
    by Phil Dawson Quintet
  2. There Is A Place
    by Maisha
  3. Greatest Hits Volume 2
    by Jacob Mann Big Band
  4. Exit to street only
    by abstractnoise
  5. splendom
    by bensnburner
    Autobahn Moments Autobahn Moments
    Deeply groovy music from Germany. Great bass, lovely synths, fine songs, lots of trombone!
  6. Remote Location
    by Scott McLemore
    contemporary jazz with personality, atmospheric music, great writing and playing
  7. Foreground Music, Vol. I
    by Jez Carr, Simon Little & Mike Haughton
    Relaxed, effortless sounding at times, atmospheric soundscapes
  8. Invenzioni
    by Steve Lawson and Mike Outram
    Two of my favourite musicians get some studio time, improvise together for the first time without discussing what to play. What’s not to like?
  9. It Only Happens Once
    by Janek Gwizdala
    I actually bought the album though I initially downloaded the track by mistake, Janek sorted it for me. Sonicially wonderful, another gem from Janek!
  10. Live In NYC Dec 2011
    by Janek Gwizdala
    It grooves!
  11. Leaps of Faith
    by Cuong Vu 4-tet
    Intense and wonderful music that sounds unlike anything else - ethereal and beautiful at times
  12. #Cosecha
    by @FerIsella
    Out of Argentina Fer Isella’s music is experimental, beautiful and very accessible. Ranging from post-Miles jazz interaction to minimal piano ballad, from electronic sounds and folkloric elements to post-rock to atmospheric sung ballads, this is a record deserving a wider audience. Check it out!
  13. The Space In Between
    by Janek Gwizdala
    I really find it quite an emotionally affecting record. It gets you from the first. ‘To Begin’ has a gorgeous behind the beat neo-soul swing to it with Audun Waage’s laid back trumpet and Janek’s melodic soloing. ‘Bethany’ has a simple theme and a chord sequence, groove and development I just adored. Jojo Mayer drums wonderfully throughout. ‘Four Brothers’ is a burning way to end a record.
  14. Ghetto Heaven (mix 'n' rematch)
    by Sandra St. Victor
    I love Sandra's music and adored the original...this remix takes it further and deeper...
  15. Slow Food
    by Steve Lawson and Trip Wamsley
    Two great musicians improvising beautifully. They both happen to play bass but you might not notice that.
    Breathtaking from the first note.
  16. Echo
    by Matt Stevens
    Wonderful record, everything builds just right...often to anthemic heights
  17. Ghost
    by Matt Stevens
    Heard once, the music lives forever in my head...
  18. Atmos Plays Waters
    by Rob Michael & the Atmos Trio
    You can hear just how much the musicians enjoy playing together
  19. We Are The Banzai Buddy Band!
    by The Banzai Buddy Band
    Shred-pocket calculators-Maths-dungeons and dragons-teenage genius-allergies...Genius!