Daniel Paton

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Daniel has been immersed in music from a very early age. As a drummer, he trained in jazz workshops at London's Weekend Arts College with legendary musicians Ian Carr and Tim Whitehead. He now drums for Adrian Roye & The Exiles and the Tom Millar Quintet. When not performing music, Daniel is also a keen writer. His music and film blog has been running since 2004 and covers a wide range of music from singer-songwriters to modern improvisation. Daniel also covered last year's London Jazz Festival for the Jazzwise website and has had work published on The Blog Paper.com and LOVEFiLM.com. Daniel's current favourite artists include Dirty Projectors, Björk, The Books, Wayne Shorter, Phronesis, Vijay Iyer, Steve Lehman, Grizzly Bear, Flying Lotus, Caribou, Joanna Newsom, Polar Bear, Bill Frisell, Teenage Fanclub, Matthew Herbert, Pantha Du Prince, Ólafur Arnalds and Bonnie 'Prince' Billy. He can be found on Twitter: @DanPatonMusic
Daniel Paton


Articles by Daniel Paton


Preview: London Jazz Festival 2016 (Previews)
Shirley Collins – Lodestar (Album Reviews)
Leonard Cohen – You Want It Darker (Album Reviews)
Dinosaur – Together, As One (Album Reviews)
Monocled Man – We Drift Meridian (Album Reviews)
Teenage Fanclub – Here (Album Reviews)
The Shins @ Village Underground, London (Live Music Reviews)
Sam Beam and Jesca Hoop @ Union Chapel, London (Live Music Reviews)
Interview: Ryley Walker (Interviews)
Marius Neset With London Sinfonietta – Snowmelt (Album Reviews)
Ryley Walker – Golden Sings That Have Been Sung (Album Reviews)
Dani Siciliano – Dani Siciliano (Album Reviews)
Steve Gunn – Eyes On The Lines (Album Reviews)
Interview: Kevin Morby (Interviews)
Kevin Morby – Singing Saw (Album Reviews)
Konono No 1 Meets Batida – Konono No 1 Meets Batida (Album Reviews)
Shye Ben Tzur, Jonny Greenwood and The Rajasthan Express @ Barbican, London (Live Music Reviews)
Rokia Traoré @ Roundhouse, London (Live Music Reviews)
[2015 Albums We Missed] Oneohtrix Point Never – Garden Of Delete (Album Reviews)
Festival Preview: London Jazz Festival 2015 (Previews)
Interview: The Necks (Interviews)