Review: Since joining Blue Note in 2016 on the back of a rising reputation as one of contemporary British jazz's most exciting outfits, GoGo Penguin have delivered a pair of genuinely must-have albums. Two years have passed since the last, so this self-titled full-length is undoubtedly long overdue. As with its predecessors, it's a wonderfully vibrant and thrill-a-minute affair, with the trio delivering unfurling epics full of twinkling, action-packed piano solos, infectious rhythms and fluid, ambidextrous acoustic bass. The influence of 21st century dance music culture is obvious throughout, despite the Manchester threesome never straying from the confines of the traditional jazz trio (drums, bass, piano). In fact, it's this uniquely modern fusion sound that makes GoGo Penguin such a big deal. Don't sleep!