Thelonious Monk


WHAT's new

Gearbox are proud to present a previously-unreleased Thelonious Monk quartet recording

THE RECORDING IS from his memorable 1963 concert in Copenhagen, Denmark. The original tapes, having been saved from a skip, have been faithfully restored, mastered and cut using Gearbox's legendary all-analogue process, making it a genuine AAA release.


Available in audiophile collector's edition vinyl, standard vinyl, cd and digital. 


alive in the east? visual album


THe first ever full-length jazz visual album, featuring binker and moses and special guests. witness the fiery, one-time interactions between six talented, forward-thinking musicians as they experiment and explore beyond musical conventions.


Now Available to watch exclusively on Apple Music and iTunes.

Filmed at total refreshment centre.



The new Gearbox Automatic Turntable has finally hit
the streets!


The turntable’s specialist design, small footprint, high audio quality and technological innovations make it a unique product. You can buy it outright from our website for the temporarily discounted price of £549 (RRP is £599), or you can buy it via one our payment plans linked below.

Binker and Moses

reveal their new album

The latest album by Binker and Moses, ‘Alive in the East?’,

is out now!!

It features a fiery collaboration with the shit-hot Yussef
Dayes on drums, the adventurous Tori Handsley on harp,
the talented Byron Wallen playing trumpet, and free-jazz saxophone legend Evan Parker.


Gearbox on soho radio


Gearbox now have a monthly friday show on the london-based soho radio, hosted by founder darrel sheinman. the broadcast features gems from the gearbox catalogue as well as blue note classics, alt-folk, and electronic music.


the next show takes place on 14 september from 4-6pm.

Binker and Moses at jazz cafe!

Binker and Moses are playing a rare set in london, this time at camden's jazz cafe. featuring some mystery guests, get tickets now before they sell out!

link here


architecture-inspired music and sound art, curated by nick luscombe