After earning his chops with United Vibrations and first making waves as one half of Yussef Kamaal, Yussef Dayes has risen through the ranks and cemented a reputation as one of the leading lights in the Capital’s current Jazz renaissance. As a drummer he joins the dots between Clyde Stubberfield and Co-Op, as a musician he brings a stamp of quality and an assurance of innovation to any and every project or session he sits in on.
That guitarist Mansur Brown enjoys similar acclaim is an accomplishment indeed given his age and the short time he’s spent on the scene. At only 20 years old, Brown has released with Jazz Re:Freshed, appeared on Yussef Kamaal’s essential Black Focus long player and, most recently, stunned a capacity crowd at the Church of Sound alongside Dayes as they payed tribute to the music of Jimi Hendrix.
The pair are currently working on their own album, and will hopefully showcasing new material at their debut Ghost Notes show, presented by Metropolis Music