Preview: The Brother Moves On @ Jazz Café (London Sat 23rd July 2016)

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South African performance art ensemble, The Brother Moves On, bring their progressive afro-rock show to London Jazz Café.

If Sun Ra was an indie kid born in a post-apartheid Johannesburg suburb, he would be in The Brother Moves On. These guys are conceptual artists whose line up and shows are never the same. They’ve written plenty of catchy songs for sure, but like their name says… brothers keep moving on…

This liberal band’s attitude is showcased in their expansive live shows. If you think you can handle experimental art rock of the African variety, don’t miss this one on the 23rd of July!

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