July 20 street date. Following their award-winning collaboration with Ethio jazz Godfather Mulatu Astatke, pioneering UK collective THE HELIOCENTRICS resurface alongside another fascinating jazz enigma, ethno-musicologist, jazz maestro and multi-instrumentalist, LLOYD MILLER. Learning various instruments and immersing himself in New Orleans jazz through his father, a professional clarinet player, Lloyd Miller first trained himself in the styles of George Lewis and Jimmy Giuffre and cut his first Dixieland jazz 78 rpm record in 1950. Miller has since been a vocal ambassador for preserving the traditions of many forms of Eastern music. In recent years, his mid-‘60s album 'Oriental Jazz' has become a collector’s favourite and the Jazzman label have issued a compilation, 'A Lifetime In Oriental Jazz', covering work from across his career. The renewed interest in his music has spawned this new collaboration with The Heliocentrics, a freeform mix of Eastern arrangements, jazz and angular psychedelics and represents the Heliocentrics' most accomplished work to date.