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WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK: 20th – 26th July

WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK: 20th – 26th July

On July 21, 2015, Posted by , In Blog, With Comments Off on WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK: 20th – 26th July

 

Tuesday 21st July – 7pm – FREE

Haringey Literature Live Summer Party

Celebrate our workshop writings!

Come along to the wonderful Karamel from 7pm on Tuesday 21st of July and celebrate with us another term of fantastic writing courses. Students of Life Writing, Short Fiction and Poetry will read for us, introduced by their course tutors, fiction writer and journalist Giovanna Iozzi, and poet and dramatist Jehane Markham. Readings start at 8pm.

Free entry!

Bar open for chilled wine & cool cocktails (or whatever food/drink you fancy!)

 

Wednesday 22nd July – 7pm – £8

The Indigo Sessions at Karamel

What a better way to end The Indigo Sessions 2015 with the best of this year! This is the one you should NOT be missing. Tickets will be limited as this is a new venue.

Featuring:

HE IS A PEGASUS

HE IS A PEGASUS is the solo project of 23 year old multi-instrumentalist, David Butler. Hailing from Coventry in the Midlands, David Butler has been writing music and gigging regularly since he was 10 years old. That experience is clear in his electrifying live shows, amalgamating the influences of Jeff Buckley, Radiohead, Bon Iver and more into his own unique and inimitable style, impressing audiences throughout the UK with an eclectic technical range; with furious, energetic guitar and haunting, unaccompanied melodies.

His self-produced EP, ‘In Joy’, is the most recent offering from HE IS A PEGASUS. A 5 track effort, ‘In Joy’ shows off Butler’s uncompromising approach, bursting at the seams with innovation and an amped romanticism. Roaring post-rock is beside songs of devastating quietness to create a beautifully paced album. But it’s onstage where Butler has been building an impressive reputation – stunning vocal range and lyrical sophistication make HE IS A PEGASUS a poignant and bounteous artist, so catch him live while you can.

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NOME

“It won’t take long for you to experience the power of the quartet, from sweeping musical arrangements to anthemic choruses.” – Diffuser.

“With rushing synths and pounding beats, NÖME has all the makings of a genuine stadium rock outfit and it doesn’t seem entirely out of their reach.” – We Close Tonight.

NÖME released the single ‘Nineties Child’ in June 2014. It was recorded at Assault and Battery Studios.

The debut EP ‘She Won’t Wait’ was recorded during 2013 in Las Vegas with producer Eric Rickey and is available on CD, iTunes and Spotify.

“Epic songs of lost love and lost youth with a catchy chorus, NÖME have found the elusive formula for incredibly emotive songs”- Jed Shepherd

www.nomemusic.com

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MALAIKA

Malaika is a singer-songwriter from Ireland, who plays soulful R&B tunes inspired by her African-Irish roots.

She graduated with BA (hons) from Leeds College of Music – one of the UK’s leading music conservatoires – which saw her collaborate with Iain Archer (Snow Patrol), work with different bands and a professional vocal coach. This focus led her to be a session singer for producers and songwriters across the UK, singing on R&B and pop tracks. She quickly flourished into a widely recognised pop artist in Northern Ireland playing large-scale festivals and public events.

Malaika’s songwriting indulges in luscious yet witty jazz chords with a cheeky reggae twist. Her smoky soulful vocals are instantly gripping, and with a fiery attitude on stage she will blow you away. She may small but carries a big voice.

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JORDAN MACKAMPA

Jordan Mackampa is a man made up of misspelt lyrics, milky tea and Etta James tracks playing on a vintage wooden steepletone. He is a hand stitched soulster in every sense of the word.

http://www.musicglue.com/jordan-mackampa/

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with support from IsseyCee
http://www.isseycee.com/

Tickets: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-best-of-the-indigo-sessions-2015-tickets-17574150758

 

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Thursday 23rd July – 7pm – £8

Jazz at Karamel: End of Season Event

Pete Whittaker (p), Dave Green (b), Stu Butterfield (d)
with a multitude of invited guests who have performed at Karamel during the year.

The last gig of the season, before the August break, with the above rhythm section. Who can tell how many guests will turn up?

Jazz at the Karamel will resume on Thursdays in September.

 

Friday 24th July – 7pm – FREE

Afrobase

DJs from 9 – 2am playing African music.

The next instalment of AfroBase at Kabaret, DJs, guests and we celebrate the new World Music Network album Rough Guide to African Rare Groove which features a Yam Yam track

All welcome, entrance free and there is great African food.

Presented by No-Nation

 

Saturday 25th July – 7pm – FREE

Society of Imaginary Friends Soiree

Come and kick off the summer hols with a chilled out Summer Soiree on Sat 25th July. We the Society of Imaginary Friends are pleased to announce that we will have the gorgeous Earl McKenzie soothing our troubled brow with his love vibe and chilled bossa nature. Gabriel Moreno will melt your hearts with his beautiful songs and poetry..The dancer formerly known as Heartbroken Hendrik struck lucky. He met a wonderful lady by the name of Irina. He cooks, she does the dishes. Together, Hendrina will transport us to Buenos Aires with their Tempestuous Tango..Judy Queen of Gospel will take us to Heaven and back..Mary Gaughan will charm us with her beautiful soul…the Kosmic Troubadour will blow our minds with his magnificence….. Chef’s Kathy and Roger’s Vegan Delicacies are winning accolades from all corners of the Culinary World… taste it and BELIEVE…we will have DJ Magic Touch to bring a smile to the feet in to the night Plus the Society of Imaginary Friends…

Come One Come All We gonna have a BALL !!!