Hans Koller Retrospection cover Stoney Lane Records

Stoney Lane Records

Eclectic, original, artist-led, jazz-inspired
Listen & stream our music, buy CDs, vinyl and HQ digital downloads from our Emporium!

May 2018: The Stoney Lane Collection – free with this month’s Jazzwise Magazine




Latest Releases:

Various Artists // Live At The Spotted Dog (26.01.18)
featuring Stan Sulzmann & Big Band; O’Gallagher / Bain / Janisch; Jonathan Silk’s Fragment; Ben Lee Quintet; Sean Gibbs’ Fervour

Sara Colman // What We’re Made Of (Released 27.07.18)
with Rebecca Nash (keys), Steve Banks (guitars), Percy Pursglove (trumpet, flugelhorn), Ben Markland (bass), Adriano Adewale (drums and percussion), Jonathan Silk (drums), The Carducci Quartet (strings)

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On Stoney Lane releases:

“An album filled with wit, originality and delight.”
Jazzwise

“Object lessons of how to listen to other musicians while improvising.”
The Wire

“It’s electronica, but with plenty of mood-swinging clout.”
The Guardian

“An incredible achievement … has to be reated as one of the most important and musically rewarding releases in 2016.”
UK Vibe

“New music that is truly orchestral in scope.  An artistic triumph.”
The JazzMann

“An unmistakably creative and original stamp.”
London Jazz News

 

Hans Koller - Retrospection - Stoney Lane Records

“…the young independent label Stoney Lane Records – clearly a label with a keen eye and ear for quality.” – AllAboutJazz.com

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Founded only three years ago, Stoney Lane is an inventive and independent artist-led record label, growing out of a whole host of musical inventions, collaborations, experiments, friendships and weird & wonderful ideas, centered around the city of Birmingham, UK, and growing nationwide and into Europe. We focus on distinctive and exciting new music that we love, going wherever the music takes us – often with jazz at its core, yet crossing the eclectic worlds of improvisation, contemporary classical, subtle electronics, and world/roots-inspired music.

Stoney Lane supports and develops brilliant young UK musicians, alongside internationally touring and established artists, whilst committing to release only a select number of albums each year as we strive to maintain the artistry, adventure and surprise of our records. We make beautiful physical releases on both CD and vinyl, from limited edition hand pressings (no we don’t live in Shoreditch) to experimental artwork and original design, alongside properly-loved and faithful HQ audio.

Already the Stoney Lane catalogue is home to recordings featuring the exceptional and thriving talents of Chris Mapp, Hans Koller, Percy Pursglove, Sara Colman and Mike Fletcher, to young musicians burgeoning from Birmingham and beyond, including Ben Lee, Jonathan Silk, Mark Pringle and Young Pilgrims, to leading lights Steve Swallow, Arve Henriksen, John O’Gallagher, Stan Sulzmann and the NDR Bigband.

We produce an ongoing performance programme of Stoney Lane artists at London’s King’s Place, and also run the official Cheltenham Jazz Festival record store for the six days of the festival each spring, promoting independent musicians and labels.  All of our records are now crafted and released on limited-run CD, each complete with high resolution digital downloads, with selected releases on 180g vinyl when the bank manager is feeling generous.

Buy, listen and download all of our records at our Emporium, with releases also available from Propermusic / Amazon UK / iTunes;  your local independent record store, plus Spotify / Apple Music / Deezer and co (but go on, invest and buy some lovely albums as well as streaming!)

(‘Stoney Lane’ was the home of West Bromwich Albion, from 1885 to 1900, a time when they actually won something for a change.  Our catalogue numbers follow a similarly misguided path).

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