Oscar Jerome Unveils new single ‘Subdued’
South London artist Oscar Jerome has unveiled his brand new single Subdued, a lovely alternative cut that mixes his own electronica & hip hop with the influences of the likes of Gil Scott Heron and Jay Dilla. Stream it below!

Speaking about what compelled him to write Subdued, Oscar says;
I wanted to try and comment on the arrogance of our Western culture and certain people’s inability to view their existence as something much bigger than their own ego. I’m not going to point any fingers, take from it what you will.
The track also proves Oscar’s talent as a guitarist - having originally relocated to London to study jazz guitar at the prestigious Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music, studies there were soon dropped in favour of buzz-building performances at Peckham’s Steez and Dalston’s Total Refreshment Centre.

Alongside his London headline dates, Oscar will tour the UK with Songhoy Blues throughout November and December, ahead a debut New York show as part of Gilles Peterson’s BBC Introducing sessions on January 10, 2018.

Tour dates
November 15 | The Servant Jazz Quarters, London
November 27 | The Old Market, Brighton (w/ Songhoy Blues)
November 28 | Church, Leeds (w/ Songhoy Blues)
November 29 | Academy 2, Manchester (w/ Songhoy Blues)
December 1 | Anson Room, Bristol (w/ Songhoy Blues)
December 3 | Oran Mor, Glasgow (w/ Songhoy Blues)
January 10 | Winter Jazzfest (BBC Showcase), Poisson Rouge, New York
January 31 | The Montague Arms, London