Festival Flyer

The best festival listings calendar, previews, reviews, and photos

News

London Jazz Festival news: ‘Silence is betrayal’: the jazz musicians putting the political into their playing

Latest update from London Jazz Festival

Not only can jazz move you, it can also carry a message.

“From Martin Luther King to Hendrix, and New Orleans to Bengal, jazz musicians are examining history, power, politics and even identity in radical and vital music”

Featuring Jaimeo Brown Transcendence, Miles Davis, Zoe Rahman, Herbie Hancock, Zara McFarlane, Miles Mosley and CHRISTIAN SCOTT QUINTET.

‘Silence is betrayal’: the jazz musicians putting the political into their playing

From Martin Luther King to Hendrix, and New Orleans to Bengal, jazz musicians are examining history, power, politics and even identity in radical and vital music

EFG London Jazz Festival

Source

Facebook Posts

🌱 Tune in to BBC Four or BBC Radio 6 Music tonight for Mercury Prize 2019 including EOTR'ers black midi, Cate Le Bon, Fontaines D.C., IDLES and Anna Calvi. Who's your money on?

📸 Sharon Lopez & Countessian Photography
... See MoreSee Less

 

Comment on Facebook

Idles!

Fontaines D.C. please

Black midi

Idles

Black midi

FDC

Black Midi were bloody awful at EOTR, Cate Le Bon is great but probably too leftfield, IDLES are becoming old hat now, so I would say Fontaines DC. Probably won't be any of them though.

I would love for Idles to win, but it’s a broad field, and the result is rarely predictable!

Cate

Definitely Fontaines, all the way!

it will be Idles but it shouldnt be

Idles

Cate Le Bon!!!

I think our festival is a wee bit different (thankfully) to the money that gets behind the Mercury xx

None of the above shocker!!

Cool pics!

+ View more comments

Low by Sharon Lopez #EOTR2019 ... See MoreSee Less

Low by Sharon Lopez #EOTR2019

 

Comment on Facebook

Truly spellbinding.

Best act of the weekend

🖤

The best performance and the best sound technically I thought of the festival.

A concert I will never forget

best live sound ive ever heard at any festival, and any venue too for that matter.

Brilliant set. Loved it.

As ever, always the same, always different. Always Low :)

+ View more comments

LOAD MORE>>>

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: