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Slugabed Live Band & Kinkajous

Archspace London
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A double-whammy of Slugabed Live Band AND Kinkajous at Archspace London May 23rd! Expect a night of tripped out live electronica and synesthetic jazz with some of the most spellbinding players London has to offer.


Slugabed LIVE BAND
greg & the boys tootling magic horn.
13/8 rhytms & flat 13ths.
slugabed & his talented friends make electronic music but its rock music and also jazz fusion rock prog rock music, folk!
slugabed & his talented friends make electronic music but its also with band music and also rock prog trance music.
theres a saxampphone & whole drum kit.


Travelling through places where borders disappear, Kinkajous give birth to an innovative path to nu-jazz. The London based quintet led by saxophonist/clarinetist Adrien Cau and drummer/producer Benoît Parmentier conjure a passionate, introspective and powerful music, that draws from their shared love for jazz and electronica. In their quest for new sonic highways, their unique setup and and vision brought them to uncharted territories.

Their live performances are exhilarating yet intimate, reflecting the bands’ outstanding musicianship and versatility. With an uncompromised identity, their new material is a mesmerizing blend
of powerful synth lines with strong jazz elements. There supporters include Gilles Peterson (Worldwide.fm), Jamie Cullum (BBC2), Don Letts (BBC 6Music), Nick Luscombe (BBC3) and have been acclaimed by Stamp The Wax, LondonJazz and Clash Magazine.

‘Tight and refined compositions’ LondonJazz

‘Wandering pioneer spirit’ Clash Magazine

‘Everything I had hoped for and more’ Twisted Soul

‘I don’t reckon you’ll hear anything as beautiful and interesting this week. Or maybe even this month. Or year...’ Your Hands Music

‘Extremely atmospheric’ Jamie Cullum (BBC 2)

‘That is a hit for me’ Stephen Duffy (BBC Radio Scotland)