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Our Picks of Live Music in Brixton this Week

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Kahout

Kahout

 
Trio Kahout are a contemporary piano trio who create music that is both surprising and familiar. Influences from jazz, rock, classical and world music are blended in an evocative, beguiling and powerful mix of moods, grooves and textures.

 

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Katarina Gadjanski & Gypsy Fever Quartet

Gypsy Fever

 
Katarina Gadjanski & Gypsy Fever Quartet will take you on an enchanting musical journey across ex-Yugoslavia, bringing you delightful folk music from all over this region (starting in Vojvodina and Serbia via Macedonia and Bosnia to the coastal line of Dalmatia).
 

 

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David Cronenberg’s Wife

David Cronenberg’s Wife

 
David Cronenberg’s Wife are a London-based band with troubling subject matter. 2-time Marc Riley Sessionists. Antifolkers.
“David Cronenberg’s Wife are an anti-folk act … peppering their albums with undesirable characters, who Mayne inhabits with unnerving realism.” The Independent
 

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Dele Sosimi

Dele Sosimi

 
Dele Sosimi, the UK’s multiple award-winning Afrobeat Ambassador has been consistently flying the Afrobeat flag in the UK since 1995, leading to roles as Musical Director and Afrobeat Music Consultant for the US award winning acclaimed musical FELA! at the National Theatre, South Bank in London (2010-2011).
 

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The Jenova Collective

The Jenova Collective

 
The Jenova Collective are a production/DJ duo and a 7 piece live Electro Swing act.
Causing a scene amongst the UK’s hottest underground clubs and festivals, their ‘no holds barred, take no prisoners’ attitude has been relentlessly smothered over unsuspecting audiences all across Europe.
 

 

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Headlight

Headlight

Playing shows and festivals across London and the UK, Headlight shine wherever they go, cramming their sounds and atmosphere with so much vibrant energy that it appeals to all listeners.
Rocking tunes, foot stomping beats and catchy addictive melodies blended together in an original, pulsating indie-rock cauldron sum up the musical machine that is ‘Headlight’.
 

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DJ Zinc Fence

DJ Zinc Fence

 
DJ Zinc Fence, aka Geoff Parker, was born in Worlds End, Chelsea, a few hundred yards from Stamford Bridge. He has lived in Lambeth for 30 years. Plays the full range of Jamaican music from ska to dancehall. For nearly 10 years has run, promoted, and DJed the Brixton Ritzy reggae night ‘Catch A Fire’ on the first Sunday every month.
 

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Yaaba Funk

Yaaba Funk

 
Yaaba Funk bring Vivid touches of contemporary London added to the 70s heyday of Ghanaian Hi-Life. P-Funk style synth bass, psychedelic desert blues and deep percussion. Family Stone inflected horns and up front the vibrant high energy duo of Chief Commander Richmond Kessie and Helen ‘Lady Yaaba’ McDonald.
 

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Clarity

Clarity

 
Bristol-based Owen Brown aka Clarity has rapidly become one of the names to watch in the current Drum and Bass scene. Having stumbled upon drum n bass music at the age of 14, within two years Clarity managed to write music that was immediately supported by top names like dBridge, Doc Scott, Loxy, Jubei, Skeptical and Grooverider.
 

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Mr. Belt & Wezol

Mr. Belt & Wezol

 
Mr. Belt & Wezol is a DJ-act, spinnin’ and producing mostly UK influenced house. Basically they make very good music!
They call it ‘Future House’ and it is set to change the world of dance music, with artists like Tchami, Oliver Heldens and of course the boys themselves paving the way.
 

 

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Klingande

Klingande

 
Klingande was formed in December of 2012 by Cédric, 24-year-old from Croix in northern France.
Both Klingande and ‘Jubel’ are named after Swedish words due to Klingande’s love of the nation’s house music: ‘Jubel’ meaning joy, and ‘Klingande’ taken from the word for sounding.
 

 

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Normanton Street

Normanton Street

 
A big gust of fresh air is breezing it’s way through the UK scene as a new new generation of musicians look to a more musically enlightened future. Brighton based pioneers, Normanton Street are a leading light of a movement determined to go deeper; fusing soul, hip-hop and spoken word to moving and spiritual effect. 

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The Pearl Hearts

Pearl Hearts

 
The Pearl Hearts are two girls, Kirsty and Sara, who play kick-ass rock n roll.

“Tiny tiny girls that looked like giants on stage… all you can think to do is ask them out for ice cream – and all they want to do is wreck your house and firebomb your car….”
 

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Alice in Grooveland

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Alice in Grooveland are a London Based Jazz Quartet & much loved Brixton regulars.
Expect a heady mix of anything from the 50s Blue Note sound to 70s Jazz Funk, spiced up with the band’s own original compositions! Debut EP “Skyline” out now…you can hear it here! 

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Wennink

Wennink

 
Wennink is a project by london based singer and writer Oliver Wennink which encapsulates his own brand of fragile piano-synth electronica.
The debut ep ‘WENNINK’ was born out of long days and nights in his studio in Brixton and is produced by dance music producer/DJ Matt Allaby.
 

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Mangoseed

Mangoseed

 
A truly Brixton band, comprising of a Trinidadian, a Jamaican, an Irish man and an Australian; Mangoseed fuse soulful glittering guitar, funk bass, a poetical hip-hop lyrical delivery and heavy samples to create their own unique sound.
 
 

 

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