About

As dynamic a personality as he is musician, Joshua ‘MckNasty’ McKenzie is one of the most exciting creative figures working in music today. 

After landing his first professional drumming gig at 16 years old with Daniel Bedingfield, MckNasty went on to play drums with some of pop’s biggest stars Natasha Bedingfield, Lilly Allen, Jamelia, Tinie Tempah, the list goes on.

From Glastonbury Pyramid stage to Jools Holland, the Jay Leno Show and Coachella, MckNasty has drummed with, among many others,

Emeli Sande, Katy B, Wretch 32, Devlin, and his younger brother Labrinth.

Now I’m at the stage where I want to create something for myself” Josh points out. “I want to get myself out there and have people singing

my songs back at me.


In an effort to deliver a digital experience as truthful as possible to the Jazz re:freshed ethos, the team has worked relentlessly to recreate the feel and energy of their 17 year long, live weekly residency focussing on stage layout, lighting, audio mix, colour treatment… every single detail has been looked at very carefully for the viewer to feel the unique Jazz re:freshed vibes from the comfort of their home.

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As a new wave of British jazz has willed itself into being over the past decade, a hefty chunk of that unglamorous below-the-surface work has been put in by the estimable Jazz re:freshed organisation. - Excerpt from The Quietus review 2019


Jazz re:freshed is a small and relentlessly determined organisation.  The sum of our parts create a unique cultural and global movement.  We work on supporting, developing and promoting young and/or Black and/or female emerging artists and bands across multiple platforms.  Please support by buying our merchandise and donating to support our work.  We welcome regular contributions or one-off donations from allies who care about our mission to support and shine a global spotlight on talented young and/or Black British Jazz musicians.

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