Over the last few years Simcock has established himself as one of the most promising pianists on the British jazz scene. His first solo album has earned widespread critical acclaim, while he continues to work with Acoustic Triangle as well as the likes of legendary altoist Lee Konitz.
Gwilym Simcock site
Trumpeter and F-ire Collective alumnus Tom Arthurs' eclectic musical vision encompasses electronica, free improv and post bop over a wide range of projects, including critics favourite Arthurs.Høiby.Ritchie. as well as collaborations with the legendary John Taylor and others.
Tom Arthurs site
Saxophonist Kofi first came to the attention of the jazz world in the early 90s as a member of the Jazz Warriors. Since then he's worked with a bewildering variety of players from David Murray to Andrew Hill to Lonnie Smith as well as playing a 6 hour set of all of Thelonious Monk's compositions at The London Jazz Festival.
Tony Kofi's site