Frizz Records Presents… Parade A Monthly Celebration

Our final PARADE party of the year has a typically eclectic and exciting line-up


THE FRUITFUL EARTH is the latest incarnation of South London piano & vocal virtuoso Sarah Blair, this time setting her glorious voice against a tight and grooving Southern blues backing. Imagine Little Feat getting back to nature with Kate Bush on vocals

Multi-instrumentalist, songwriter & composer RENU has leant her percussion skills to Grace Jones, State of Bengal & Alabama 3 amongst others, & now she brings her writing talents to the fore, with an 8 piece band bringing to life her super-eclectic 'Love From London' album


Trombonist and arranger GEORGE SIMMONDS is fast making a name for himself, with his own quintet gigging regularly & his starring role with the wonderful Spanner Jazz Punks. Here he realises an ambition to reinterpret the works of his beloved Charles Mingus, a PARADE exclusive first time performance!


SALARYMAN play the kind of sophisticated, literate pop music that's all too rare these days. Their sound brings to mind the late 70s heyday of Joe Jackson, Squeeze or Elvis Costello, or a tougher Steely Dan, but with a personality & charm all their own. A rare pleasure...


Drummer GILES NARANG has been a fixture of some of the most explorational groups on the London scene, including NOW! & They Came From The Stars... & with this brand new improvisational collaborative project he gives expression to his rhythmic side, with a decidedly African feel to much of the music, guaranteed to move your feet...


Threading it all together is resident DJ RAPHAEL MANN (Frizz Records, Mr Hudson, Art Terry, August) playing "hip hop doo wop be bop barbershop girl group hi life old school new wave bossa nova reggae ragga & ragtime" & anything else that fits the moment...


All in this in the warm and welcoming surroundings of Dalston's SERVANT JAZZ QUARTERS, which is a few minutes walk from Dalston Junction tube or Dalston Kingsland rail, just a block away from The Vortex

It's well worth getting there early to ensure you don't miss any of this high quality life music!

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