Mar ’22: Film Awards For ‘Back To The Source’ Documentary

We are delighted to have received official recognition for our jazz/blues road-trip documentary ‘Back To The Source’ from several film awards organisations.

– Best Music Documentary – Parai Musical International Awards (PMIAs) – Dec 2021
– Best Feature Film – Kings Cross Film Awards – Dec 2021 – To include a screening at the famed The Water Rats venue in London as part of their film festival and annual awards ceremony this August
– Official Selection – New Creators Film Awards – Dec 2021


Click here for more information on the film, which goes public on Sunday 13th March 2022!

Click here for the film’s Facebook Page where you can post your thoughts about the film: Back To The Source – music road trip documentary

Mar ’22: repmusic Presents ‘Sam Miles Quintet Plays Stan Getz’

repmusic in collaboration with Cambridge Modern Jazz Club is delighted to present:

Sam Miles Quintet Performs Stan Getz
Thursday March 31st 2022

Gonville Hotel, Cambridge – 6:30pm
Tickets including two course meal – £40
Ticket only – £15

Tenor saxophonist and Royal Academy Of Music jazz graduate, Sam Miles, delves into the music and life of tenor sax giant Stan Getz at this dinner and jazz event, hosted by Gonville Hotel, in collaboration with repmusic and Cambridge Modern Jazz Club.

The performance follows Sam’s passion for the music of saxophone legend Stan Getz, one of the main proponents of West Coast Jazz and hugely involved in the spreading of Bossa Nova to the USA and the rest of the world in the 1960s.

This performance will include tunes from classic albums such as Stan Getz With The Oscar Peterson Trio and Stan Getz Live At Storyville, as well as some of his classic West Coast and Bossa Nova material.

Sam Miles – Tenor saxophone
Tim Boniface – Piano
Louis Thorne – Guitar
Sandy Suchodolski – Acoustic bass
Josh Blackmore – Drums

£40 two courses and concert / £15 concert only

Click here for a YouTube video of Sam playing ‘I’ll Be Seeing You’.

To book please email

Dec ’21: Thanking All Of The Guests On ‘The Jazz Show With Robin Phillips’ In 2021

We put together this little video to thank all of the guests who have appeared on ‘The Jazz Show With Robin Phillips’ on Delux Radio in 2021.

We have had a fantastic collection of conversations with these professional jazz musicians from around the world and others involved in the wider jazz and music industries including: Leroy Jones (trumpet – Harry Connick jr – New Orleans), Brandon Allen (tenor sax – Kyle Eastwood), Anita Wardell (jazz singer – Australia), Jason Rebello (jazz piano), Mark Lewandowski (jazz bass – NYC), Kate Mullins (singer – The Puppini Sisters), Lisa Marie-Simmons (singer and poet – Italy), Steve Fishwick (jazz trumpet), Matt Skelton (drummer), Matt Ruddick (Kind Of Jazz), Nigel Price (jazz guitar), Paola Vera (jazz singer – France), Dom Pipkin (singer / pianist), Tom Walsh (trumpet), Leo Richardson (tenor saxophone), Simon Spillett (tenor saxophone), Roger Lewis (baritone sax – Dirty Dozen Brass Band, New Orleans), Jo Harrop (jazz singer), Chris Dean (Syd Lawrence Orchestra), Jamie McCredie (guitarist), Fiona Ross (jazz singer), Quentin Collins (trumpet), Georgia Mancio (jazz singer), Chris Philips (Jazz FM, Jazzed), Clark Tracey (drummer), Amanda Whiting (harpist), and Tobias Menhart (tenor saxophone – NYC).

What’s more, we have even more fantastic interview’s lined up for 2022, including drummer Billy Kilson from New York, Cuban-born Paris-based bass player Damian Nueva from Netflix’s ‘The Eddy’ jazz TV series, Paul Kaufman from the National Jazz Archive, Rob Harris guitarist from Jamiroquai, Richard Wall blues author, and Mace Francis, Director of Perth International Jazz Festival!

To listen back to any or all of the previous shows, click here.

Click here to see the short video on YouTube, or watch the embedded version below.

Aug ’21: Professional Audio For Electric Medway Poetry/Music Video

We thoroughly enjoyed providing the professional audio for a poetry and music video for the online Electric Medway Festival in August, working to capture the sound of the cello (Natalie Rosario) whilst retaining clear vocal recording of the poetry of Jehane Markham, both occurring live and close to each other in an untreated room.

Click here to watch the video.

Aug ’21: Providing Professional Audio Support For Millers Music

We really enjoyed merging our love of professional audio and pianos when we were asked to support Miller’s Music of Cambridge’s live streams and demonstration videos, providing all audio support for these events, and additional cameras in some.

Click on the links or watch the embedded videos:

Ritmuller RS 122 Upright Piano Demonstration Video (audio and additional cameras):

Yamaha C1X Grand Piano Demonstration Video (Clip on wireless mics, piano mics, additional cameras):

Grand Piano Live Stream Demonstration (clip on wireless mics and piano mics):

Upright Piano Live Stream Demonstration (clip on wireless mics and piano mics):

April ’21: Live Jazz Trio Stream From The Dog & Duck, Linton

It was a fantastic experience and a great test of everything we’d learned during lockdown to put on this jazz trio live stream from The Dog & Duck in Linton, Cambridgeshire.

The trio featured the regular Dog & Duck Jazz Trio of Robin Phillips, Louis Thorne (bass), and Jim Free (sax), with Robin producer and live-mixing the stream!

Click here to see the whole stream on Facebook or watch the embedded version below!

Mar ’21: Live Piano Bar Streams During Lockdown

We loved keeping people entertained at home during the lockdown, whilst learning so much about multiple camera live streaming with professional audio.

Here’s the last few streams we did for the Piano Bar at De Luca in Cambridge, as Robin P-iano:

26th March ’21 – Live Piano Bar Requests Stream

19th March ’21 – Live Piano Bar Requests Stream

– 12th March ’21 – Live Piano Bar Requests Stream