Published on: 18th April, 2022

Hello darling troublemakers! We are back! 

Welcome to this special archive episode featuring a chat Luca had back in Jan 2021 with the wonderful Xhosa Cole. Xhosa Cole is somewhat of a treasure on the young UK Jazz Scene. As well as being an incredible saxophone player, he is a kind, intelligent and genuine person who is well loved by many of his peers. Xhosa won BBC young jazz musician of the year in 2018 and has since gone on to win both a parliamentary jazz and Jazz FM award. Xhosa leads his own quartet and has appeared in various ensembles performing throughout the UK. When Xhosa talks about jazz I get excited, he has such an honest relationship to this music and we share a lot of common interests, we most recently discovered our shared love of cuban heel boots…here’s our chat ! . We’ll be sharing a couple of these cute lil archive episodes to ease us into our grand return.. more on that soon! 

One last thing.. Please excuse the awful sound quality, this was recorded early lockdown days before we’d all figured out how to be home studio professionals… ok! enjoy! 

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How Not
A Space for Good Troublemakers
How Not is the brainchild of two gobby Scottish creatives, Kim Macari and Luca Manning, who like to talk about the BIG stuff. We thought you might like to listen...So here we are. Our mission is to always be Good Troublemakers, to think big and to ask - How Not?!

Each episode, we pick something BIG to talk about. Sometimes that's an issue or idea that's been keeping us awake at night (like the right to Protest, The Punk Movement or Universal Basic Income...) and sometimes it's a person who think is bold and brilliant - someone worthy of the title Good Troublemaker (like Keith Haring, Marsha P. Johnson or Dererk Jarman...)
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