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Live Sessions: Geometric – Thurs 8th June, 8pm

Geometric is a recording and live music project made up of four geometrically inspired compositions, written for handpan and cello.The inspiration for the project comes from an ancient Indian rhythmic language called konnakol, which allows a person to deconstruct and reconstruct rhythm in profound and beautiful ways. Some of the music for Geometric – which […]

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Live Sessions: Turbo Tama – Sat 3rd June, 8pm

Join us to celebrate those Summer Vibes with the 5-piece local reggae band Turbo Tama. Turbo Tama is a local Reggae Band based in Bow. Together they’ve created a unique style of reggae for all, old and young alike. They will share with you an evening of easy listening, soulful grooves, good vibes…food for the […]

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Live Sessions: Silver – Sat 27th May, 8pm

Silver are London based 20-somethings looking to turn misunderstood pop music into something that will make you want to dance like nobody’s watching.  Founded by singer and keys player Laura Süess in 2015, Silver have been in constant pursuit of successfully expressing what’s on their – or everyone’s – mind.  With a debut EP due […]

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Live Sessions: Sid Sings – Sat 20th May, 8pm

‘Deliciously Dark and Dirty Blues Infused Music’ Sid Sings have shared the stage with The Jim Jones Revue, Hugo Race and The Fatalists, Mama Roisin, Yat Kha, Nine Below Zero, Eli Paperboy Reed, Johnnie Bassett and Ten Years After. Sid Sings have no game plan other than to keep performing for anyone who want’s to […]

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Live Sessions: Mojo Wellington – Thurs 18th May, 8pm

Led by its eponymous piano player, the Mojo Wellington Trio plays popular blues and jazz tunes as well as showcasing original compositions. Each member of the group – Mojo, Fabrizio Bonacci and Amanda Ellison – is well established on the London music scene, having performed at blues and jazz clubs across the city and collaborated […]

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