Sdban reissues genre-defying jazz album from 1972!

Sdban Records is delighted to announce the reissue of this genre-defying jazz album originally released on library label Selection Records in 1972. Delving into the story of the American pianist and composer Phil Raphaël reveals more questions than answers. He was born in New York where he played with Charlie Parker, Jon Eardley and Howard McGhee, but a 1951 recording with Red Rodney for Prestige... Read more April 05 2022

New single and video for Glass Museum

"Caillebotis" are wooden panels - gathered up to form planks - used for external flooring. In 2020, Glass Museum went on an album writing retreat in the Hautes Fagnes in Belgium. In the region, Caillebotis are lined up on the side of winding paths for kilometers, overlooking rivers and marshy grounds.  These autumnal landscapes have led the duo back to its source of inspiration: the organic... Read more February 25 2022

Watch the video for 'Morning In The Jungle' from Black Flower feat. Meskerem Mees

'Morning In The Jungle' is taken from Black Flower's new album 'Magma' released on January 28 via Sdban Ultra. When shooting the videoclip, the result was totally unpredictable. The only thing we knew is that the outcome, due to the analogue approach, would be raw, sincere and that it would provoke a circular movement. In a pitch dark room we waited. There was a blinding flash, illuminating our... Read more February 07 2022

Sdban reissues Belgian milestone jazz album from 1975

Sdban Records will reissue several installments of the legendary library series ‘A Special Radio ~ TV Record’ on vinyl. These were originally released on Belgian imprint ‘Selection Records’ between 1975 and 1981. N°15 in the series was the Belgian milestone jazz album ‘Solis Lacus’ released in 1975. Solis Lacus is the cult group around renowned Belgian pianist Michel Herr, a pioneer of electric... Read more February 01 2022

Electronic jazz duo Glass Museum share first track from new album

Two years after the release of their album “Reykjavik” – inspired by Iceland’s landscapes – Belgian electronic jazz duo Glass Museum are back with new single “Reflet”, inspired by another kind of travel, more personal and introspective. Discover it here: In these troubled times, with the writing being guided by the two musicians’ interior travels, “Reflet”... Read more January 21 2022