Sunday 8th April 2018
Doors open: 6.30pm, Music: 8-11pm - £10/£8 advance
Buy your tickets here for Sun 2nd June: https://www.wegottickets.com/event/468585
An exciting combination of one of London's longest running funk bands (formed in 1992 by EMRYS BAIRD & NITIN SAWHNEY) team up with collective member DEE BYRNE and now leader in her own right of the hip jazz outfit Entropi. Expect some exciting funk filled grooves and phenomenal soloing! EMRYS BAIRD guitar/vocals, DEE BYRNE alto sax, AL GIBSON bass /keys & DAVID BOUET drums
You guys are fierce! *Carleen Anderson*
Glad to have been on your funk fuelled 45 ! *Fred Wesley *
I Like the way sing! You're a Soul Brother Too! *Charles Bradley*
You've got your grooves on boys! *Steve Cropper*
It's good to see Sunk Without The Funk from The Soul Immigrants finally committed to vinyl. This will have longevity In many DJs record boxes *Snowboy*
You're in my Top Ten best singles for November! *DJ Dom Servini Wah Wah
There's a funk riot going on in South London leading the revolt are the Soul Immigrants and this band's realistic sounding Deep Funk must be shared! DJ Prestige
A keyboard lovers paradise( and some great drumming featured as well) this reminds me of some Lonnie Smith at Club Mozambique fast and furious and on the brink of being out of control! Fleamarketfunk.com
As mentioned the band has been plying their funky and soulful wares for sometime now and their spanking summer anthem epic "Golden Summer Rays" is on no less than 5 compilation albums
it's exclusively released in Japan by P-Vine.It also features on
the new album 'The Hustle Is On ' which is available now.
The Funk 45 'Yard Of Hard' featuring The JB's Fred Wesley that was released in June 2017 has sold out and the band are planning a Japanese tour april 2018
And what the press say about Dee's band ......
Entropi are an Intense, muscular jazz voyage.’ ★★★★ The Guardian
‘Byrne’s second album possesses both maturity and complexity but crucially it’s imbued with its own cohesive energy.’ ★★★★ All About Jazz
‘The word is starting to get out. Entropi are now ready for bigger stages.’ LondonJazz News
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