Reviews of ‘Meeting At Night’

“refreshingly natural” – Independent On Sunday (four stars)

 

Reviews of Moonlight Saving Time live

“A distinctive take on an eclectic group of songs and tunes, blending tight grooves with breezily handled, layered arrangements and fluent improvising… as Emily Wright’s vocal line blended effortlessly with Nick Malcolm’s trumpet. There was the sense of an established band maturing and stretching out… every movement in the room stilled by the intensity.”

Jazzwise – Bebop Club Bristol, April 2014

“a very engaging set… with great passion and energy… and all the band achieved something remarkable, they are bridging the gap between jazz and more accessible music in a very clever way, with musical quality aligned with the potential to be appealing to a wide age range … clearly a band with potential that could break into the mainstream market.”

London Jazz News – Pizza Express Jazz Club, June 2013

“something of exceptional quality… stylish and impressive without over-reaching… But for all the great arrangements and collective strength which mark this out as a superior outfit, it is Wright’s voice and Malcolm’s trumpet that set it apart. Either would be a formidable asset but as an interactive duet their impact can be stunning”

Venue Magazine – EP launch, Colston Hall Bristol, October 2012

“It was a full house, and the audience was with them right from the start. The choice of tunes was refreshingly imaginative… This is music for the heart and the head, and on the strength of their sell-out performances at Brecon (where they had to be moved to a larger space) and Glastonbury, Moonlight Saving Time are ready – and surely deserve – to play at bigger venues soon.”

London Jazz News  – Oxford Jazz Festival, April 2012

Reviews of the Moonlight Saving Time EP

“very enjoyable” – The Jazz Mann

“highly recommended” – London Jazz News

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