Get Your Signed Copy Of “Matt Berry – Night Terrors”

Matt signing your copies of the new album “Night Terrors” down at Acid Jazz *Official*. There are very limited copies left so get yours quick, out 17/11/17.
Pre-order and listen here

Find Our Spotify Playlists Now On Apple Music

You can now find some of our Spotify playlists now as up on Apple Music as well. Enjoy!

Acid Jazz Cools Out

Acid Jazz: Cosmic Journey

Acid Jazz Presents Riot On 103rd Street: Funk 

Leroy Hutson: Anthology 1972-84 Is Out Today!

The day has finally arrived, “Leroy Hutson: Anthology 1972-84” is out now! We’ve waited a long time for this and we’re very proud to have finally had the opportunity to put this together.

We’ve shipped all of your pre-orders now but if you haven’t already buy your copy here. You can also listen & buy the entire album on Spotify and Itunes.

“Night Terrors” New Companion Piece To “The Small Hours” Out 17th November

“Night Terrors” – The new album companion piece to “The Small Hours” will be out on the 17th of November.

You can pre-order here!

And listen to the Clark Remix here



Leroy Hutson – Now That I Found You

Hutson returns with his second 7″ single on Acid Jazz Records, this time recorded in 1982 it see’s the master veer into boogie territory. Another exclusive Acid Jazz Hutson 7″, backed with the evergreen ‘Get To This (Get To Me)’, both tracks making their first appearance on a 7 inch.

‘Positive Forces’ has now sold out – we reckon this one will too.

Listen here


Judy Dyble & Andy Lewis: Summer Dancing Out Now!

find one here!

“An atmosphere of oblique strategies for navigating 50 years of British psychedelia”
– Shindig ★★★★

“Dyble’s engagement with the music business after decades of silence continues in conquering style here”
– UNCUT ★★★★

“An original and haunting collection” 
– ★★★★

 “Immense charm amid inherent waywardness and the distant echoes of psychedelia are unexpectedly beguiling” 

Leroy Hutson: Anthology 1972-1984

Acid Jazz are proud to announce the next step in our exploration of Leroy Hutson’s catalogue. “Anthology 1972-84” is the essential collection of his work from his classic era.
Eddie Piller: “Leroy is one of the fundamental influences on my career, his music is era defining, and to be working with him and this music is a realisation of a dream that I have tried to make a reality for over 25 years”. Released on the 20th October 2017.
Preorder and listen here:

We Are Releasing Leroy Hutson – Positive Forces

Acid Jazz is proud to announce that it has entered a long term licensing deal with soul legend Leroy Hutson.

Hutson, long revered on the soul scene for his production, songwriting and perfromace skills, was Curtis Mayfield’s heir apparent chosen by the great man, to replace him in the Impressions, and then groomed for an extensive solo career on Curtis own label, Curtom.

The Hutson catalogue has not been available on any format for nearly two decades. The label will be working with Leroy and his team to create the definitive sounding masters, and unearthing lost gems from his extensive archive.

First out of the traps is a double sided limited edition 45 containing two previously unreleased Hutson gems. The A-side is a previously unreleased 1977 recording, which is making its debut on this single. It is coupled with the unreleased full length instrumental of ‘All Because Of You’.

A Side
– Positive Forces
B Side
– All Because Of You (Instrumental)

Released on the 23rd June 2017

Pre-Order Here


Acid Jazz Digital Re-release Pt. 4

The Final part of out digital re-releases have gone up today. As part of this release we’ve put back up Dread Flimstone, Leleo, Totally Wired Italia, Night Trains & The Best Of Acid Jazz Vol. III. Some absolutely fantastic albums for you all to get stuck into over the bank holiday weekend.

Judy Dyble & Andy Lewis – “Summer Dancing” Out 18th August

We’re excited to announce we’re releasing the brand new album from legendary folk singer Judy Dyble & songwriter, producer Andy Lewis.

“Summer Dancing” will be released on the 18th August!

Preorder the album here:

Listen to “The Day They Took The Music Away” now!