Head to a downtown bar and enjoy some late night music in Live Jazz, a 5 reel, 5 payline slot from Genesis Gaming. Top of the bill in this particular venue is the bonus feature that awards up to 50 free spins with up to 5 extra symbols turned wild. Tune up from between 5p and £20 per spin.

An intimate music venue is the setting for Live Jazz – picture something from the French Quarter in New Orleans or downtown New York and you’ll have a good idea. All of the symbols match the jazz club theme. Look out for signs, glasses of bourbon, food, a street scene, street sign, a trumpet, musical notes, a double bass player and a female singer. The neon Live Jazz logo is the wild, substituting for everything apart from the scatter.

Live Jazz comes with a single bonus feature, the Live Jazz Free Spins feature, but it’s an impressive one – to trigger it, you’ll need to land 3 scattered wilds anywhere on the reels on the same spin. You’ll then be given a choice of 5 venues – pick 1 to reveal how many free spins you’ll receive. This can be 5, 10, 15, 20 or 25.

You’ll then enter the club and be offered a selection of musical instruments – pick 1 to discover whether 2, 3, 4 or 5 extra wild symbols will be added to the reels during the free spins. Land 3 of the standard scatter wilds (but not the extra wilds) and you’ll re-trigger more free spins. This will be the same number as the original amount won. The same extra wilds will be in play for your added free spins too.

The design in Live Jazz is excellent, summoning up the atmosphere of a late night club. The visuals can appear a little cluttered to begin with but it looks great once you’ve got your eye in. The jazzy backing track matches the mood too.

Live Jazz is all about the free spins feature where the extra wilds have a big impact. We managed to win over 325 times our stake here after landing a good selection of extras and re-triggering the extra spins. We’d put the variance in the medium range.  Even if jazz isn’t your favourite genre of music, the feature makes some Live Jazz well worth a listen. If you prefer rock, NetEnt’s Jimi Hendrix is an excellent choice.