Live music from Jazz New Blood
Live music by Rosie Frater-Taylor (guitar and vocals) and Roella Oloro (piano) from Jazz New Blood.
Thursday, 25th February from 7pm
“Cinematic Southern Gothic Alt Rock” band Curse of Lono play at Zigfrid von Underbelly, Hoxton. Expect support bands The Epstein, The Paperboats and Richard Neuberg (Viarosa).
Tickets from £6.
Sunday 20th September 3-5pm
Kiss The Sky,18-20 Park Rd, London N8 8TD
Chris is an eclectic singer-songwriter, living in London, where he performs and records as a solo artist, sometimes collaborating with friends and other musicians.
Thursday 14th May from 7pm
Servant Jazz Quarters, 10A Bradbury Street, Dalston, London N16 8JN
Robert Chaney is an American performing artist, heir to the songwriting tradition of Townes Van Zandt, Hank Williams, and Judee Sill. Cracked Picture Frames is his highly anticipated ten-track debut, available digitally on now at www.robertchaney.net
To mark its 40th anniversary, Kraftwerk’s pioneering Radio-Activity album has been revisited and re-imagined by a Anglo-French trio: Matthew Bourne along with composer Franck Vigroux and visual artist Antoine Schmitt.
Drawing on their diverse backgrounds in jazz and improvisation, electronic composition and visual installation, Bourne, Vigroux and Schmitt’s Radioland project turns the original album inside out, using analogue synths and electronics intensified by some striking live video work.
Friday 20th March at Village Underground as part of the Convergence Festival
and then on tour at Bristol Colston Hall on Sat 21st March, Exeter Phoenix Sun 22nd March, The Stables Milton Keynes Mon 23 March.
To celebrate the launch of her debut EP ‘Home’, folk singer songwriter Hattie Whitehead will be performing by a ten piece band in the beautiful St Pancras Old Church. Special guests include alternative pop band We used to make things. Tickets have sold out but there will be some tickets available at the door.
Doors open at 7.30pm
Tuesday, 24 February
Public Service Broadcasting, one of the most exciting bands in the UK, will be showcasing the release of their new album ‘The Race For Space’ at Rough Trade East. The band who gets their characteristic sounds from samples from archive footage, old public information movies and propaganda material will be touring worldwide after the album release on the 23 Feb.
Doors open: 7:00pm
Pearl Wise played ‘Gagarin’ on our first show of the year.
Monday 2 February 2015
Originating from northern Mali, the four members of this Afro-blues act were forced to flee to Bamako by the Islamist crackdown in their home region. There they took part in sessions for last year’s brilliant Africa Express record alongside western musicians including Damon Albarn, and came over to play their first British gig at the album launch.
They’re back in February performing at Oslo in Hackney.
1a Amhurst Rd, London E8 1LL
Details at oslohackney.com
Tues-Weds 6-7 Jan
South African beats take over cafe OTO as drummer Louis Moholo-Moholo returns to the venue for a two-day residency gig featuring saxophonist Jason Yarde, bassist John Edwards and pianist Alexander Hawkins. This is their first gig in London since the release of their latest album ‘4 Blokes’, on the Ogun record label.
Tickets start at £7 for one night but you can get two-day passes from £12.
Saturday, 22 November
Really nice new sound by the trio Joey Fourr who recently played at The Total Refreshment Centre (where we recorded our most recent show) and you can come and grab this mini-album Yorchh.
If you can’t wait to watch them live find here more details for their free gig at The Yard.
This track is part of Yorch:
Tuesday, 11 November
American singer-songwriter Cat power hasn’t released any new material since her last album ‘Sun’, in 2012 but she has been gigging in Europe and of course we couldn’t miss her concert in east London. The indie rock musician will be playing at Union Chapel and door open at 7pm.
Pearl Wise chose a remix of Satisfaction by Markus Toepfer to play on the show.