KINGS CROSS HOT CLUB
Gypsy Swing . Hot Club Jazz . Parissien Musettes
The Kings Cross Hot Club disseminate revolutionary propaganda concealed in mood-altering music. An international collective with a wide variety of skills and experience, the KXHC is a formidable unit. It combines battle-hardened experience with youthful talent – grizzled, dogged old-veterans, complimented by beautiful, young new recruits, all wedded to the idealism of solving the world's problems through a relentless campaign of music-based anarchic frivolity, with casual disregard for how the fools seduced by their promise of a phantom utopia are going to get up in the morning and earn their taxable income in support of our glorious State.
Malphino is a band that plays a heady mix of Latin American music - from Brazilian Forró to Colombian Cumbia via a variety of tropical rhythms and a nod of the hat to Italian film score.
While based in London, members of Malphino hail from all corners of the world. The band usually comprises accordion, tuba, organ, gitane guitar and percussion but will often have guest instruments and vocals appearing in live performances.
TICKETS: £4.50 Online http://www.wegottickets.com/event/207307
If you can't make this date, they will be performing a 2nd concert at Jamboree on Saturday 16th March 2013!
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