Brighton Jazz Festival - HOWES3 & JACKSON MATHOD


New Generation Jazz presents

HOWES3 & Jackson Mathod

New Generation Jazz has been supporting emerging artists on the UK Jazz scene since 2015. With help from Arts Council England and a mission to promote diversity, inclusivity and equality they have played a pivotal role for the development of Jazz across the South East. 

This week they have teamed up with Pier Fest, The Love Supreme Jazz Festival and local promoters to bring you five days of world class jazz featuring the UKs most exciting acts.

Jackson Mathod

Jackson Mathod is a multi-instrumentalist and singer. Drawing on influences from the likes of Miles Davis, Submotion Orchestra and Christian Scott to name a few. Jackson studied Jazz at Guildhall School of Music and Drama back in 2009. However, never feeling fully embedded in the Jazz world, he quickly went onto the session musician circuit, playing for high profile artists such as Stormzy and Jordan Rakei. 

However, in 2020 Jackson started his own musical path and quickly gained attention from the likes of BBC Introducing, Jazz FM, worldwide FM.  

Jackson's music has also featured on top Spotify Editorial playlists such as 'State of Jazz', 'Jazz UK', 'Jazz-Funk' and 'Jazz Club'. With over 1 million streams to date! 

Following on from his successful singles Jackson released is debut album Travels in a Confined Spacein April 2021


HOWES3 are an exciting Brighton-based jazz funk/gospel fusion power trio. Brought together through a mutual love of 70’s jazz funk, 80’s fusion, 90’s R’n’B, gospel and hip- hop they cultivate a unique sound that has a foot in each genre. Blending smooth neo-soul progressions and utilising rich gospel harmony, sincere melodies and increasing levels of rhythmic freedom throughout, their music is a feel-good journey through their collective influences.

With over 1 million Spotify streams of their debut album Moving Forwardreleased in April 2020 via UK/US record label DeepMatter, as well as a recent sold out debut headline show at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club - London, 2 consecutive sell-out shows at The Jazz Café - Camden, supporting Billy Cobham and Taylor Mcferrin at Oslo - Hackney; HOWES3 are firmly making their mark on 2021.

Other notable shows include Jazz Re:Freshed, Love Supreme Jazz Festival Arena Stage, Southbank Centre, Soundcrash Funk & Soul Weekender, Kansas Smittys, Great Escape Festival, Sofar Sounds London.

"Really loving this sound, quality next gen jazz for the now generation." - Tony Minvielle, JazzFM

"HOWES3 embody everything that's so exiting about the UK jazz scene at the moment" - Somewhere Soul

"Highly polished chaos!" - Sofar Sounds London

"HOWES3 present their considerable individual skill in an accessible instrumental format." - Brighton Unsigned



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