Supreme Standards podcast \\ Ep.13: The story of Total Refreshment Centre – and places like it

For six years, Total Refreshment Centre made a huge impact on this decade’s London’s Jazz movement. Following its closure as a venue in 2018 – it continues as a recording studio – music journalist and broadcaster Emma Warren has penned a book; ‘Make Some Space: Tuning Into Total Refreshment Centre‘. 

To mark its launch and the monumental significance of TRC that has been felt by music communities around the world, Tina Edwards invites three special guests onto the podcast. Talking about UK Jazz, ‘musicking’ and the importance of physical spaces are TRC founder Alexis Blondel, artist Alabaster De Plume and ‘Make Some Space’ author, Emma Warren.

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