Pussyfoot Records and Friends

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Pussyfoot Records and friends...

An evening at the Lion and Lamb in Hoxton with live music from Kongo-Jazz band Kongo Dia Ntotila to celebrate the release of their new album '360°' out on Pussyfoot Records.

D.J sets from Howie B, London collective Houseplants and U.K Jazz man, Ian Simmonds.

This is a ticketed event, you can buy tickets here: https://www.residentadvisor.net/events/1255222

Please note that ticket holders only have their space until 9pm, if they arrive after 9pm they will have to buy tickets on the door.

Check out the new single '360°' by Kongo Dia Ntotila here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0hfPK1s9bAs

Take a peek at Ian Simmonds track 'The Lion Share':

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlfOmrjy7KY

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