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'When a piano trio gets it right there is little better and this outfit has that great knack of taking one on a marvellous journey as the music ebbs and flows with grooves, melodies and intricate passages.' - Steve Horowitz, Bebop Spoken Here

'Meraki marks the birth of a very promising new piano trio. So much great musical class can never pass unnoticed. Meraki is one of those albums where the talent really shines.' - Dick Hovenga, Written in Music

'Simple Things completes an exquisite album, a gentle and graceful track – perhaps a reminder to find moments of beauty in challenging times.' - Amy Sibley-Allen, London Jazz News

'Some of the tracks on this debut invite comparisons with Tigran Hamasyan, Vijay Iyer and The Bad Plus, and you can hear the influence of Naylor's mentors in the music as well, among them John Taylor, Kit Downes and Gwilym Simcock.' - Thomas Rees, Jazzwise

'Fans of the towering club-influenced mournful grooves of GoGo Penguin might find much to enjoy here, but Naylor works with more subtlety and less bombast to produce highly accomplished and satisfying results.' - Eddie Myer, Sussex Jazz Magazine