Overrated/Underrated: A welcome comeback for 'Harvey Birdman,' and the global sound of Sons of Kemet

Sons of Kemet, “Your Queen Is a Reptile”: There may be no better soundtrack as our nation comes down from whatever high a royal wedding provides than a thick-grooved album roiling with a blend of London’s many diverse voices led by tenor saxophonist Shabaka Hutchings. Recently signed to the storied jazz label Impulse!, Hutchings is backed here by two propulsive drummers and, crucially, a tuba, as he hurtles through swerving Caribbean rhythms with touches of echoey dub, U.K. grime and anthemic Afrobeat, most infectiously on the blazing first single “My Queen Is Harriet Tubman.”