We Out Here: Kokoroko, Theon Cross, Joe Armon-Jones

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Join us at Total Refreshment Centre for two nights of live music, film, food & DJs launching 'We Out Here', the new album celebrating the creative energy emanating from London’s jazz scene. Tickets available now: https://dice.fm/we-out-here

Playing live will be six of the nine artists featured on the record, including a live debut of Joe Armon Jones's new solo project.

THUR 25th JAN: Joe Armon Jones (solo project live debut), Kokoroko, Theon Cross
FRI 26th JAN: TriForce, Maisha, Nubya Garcia

Before the music each night, there'll be a screening of brand new documentary (directed by photographer and filmmaker Fabrice Bourgelle) tracing the making of the record and the scene which has produced it.

There's very limited £12 earlybirds available, with all other tickets at £15. Bundle tickets are also available giving entry for both nights plus the We Out Here vinyl for £40.

This launch is supported by Carhartt Work In Progress.

ABOUT 'WE OUT HERE' (released Feb 9th 2018)
Across the album and the groups which make it up, genre markers matter less than raw, focused energy. Surveying the record’s running order, it could easily serve as a name-checking exercise for some of London’s most-tipped and hardworking bands of the past couple of years. Recorded across three long, fruitful days in a North West London studio, the results speak for themselves: they’re a window into the wide-eyed future of London’s musical underground.

A reflection of how London’s jazz-influenced music has reached outward into new spaces, the sound of the record draws from a wide pool. There’s plenty of crossover between each of the groups, too, speaking to the close-knit circles which make up the scene; shared line-ups reflect the mutual cooperation and DIY spirit which are second-nature.

The sound system is kindly provided by the amazing EPA Sound.
They do some of the best sounding PAs out there, if you've been to TRC in the last 3 months then you'll know what we're talking about.
Crispy clear!

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