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Neighbourhood #11 on Monday 12th February 2018
Neighbourhood is about creating a network of local musicians in the city of Birmingham, creating an environment in which progressive urban music can develop, community can be grown and a generous/collaborative culture can be nurtured.
That said, if you're not a performer, this night is already gaining monentum and attracting an incredibly high level of musicianship and artistry so turn up expecting a truely exciting and spectacular show!
Heretic + Neighbourhd House Band
Originally hailing from Brum, Heretic is now based in Leeds, cooking up some great material! He’s also had some great success in ‘Don‘t Flop‘ and below, you can see him battling one of Brum’s legends. We’re excited to see what he’s got in store!
PAY AS YOU FEEL:
The event is free entry and no one is obligated to pay any money for the night. However, there will be an opportunity to support the night and the artists/musicians involved in the night.
Everyone's earning a different wage and we don't want anyone to be missing out or feel like they can't contribute as much. If you've enjoyed the show and want to invest in those involved, we don't mind if you give 50p or £10 as long as it comes from a place of generosity.
Our vision is to recreate what's happening on Future- Soul platforms like 'Soulection' in a live performance context.
So you can audibly visualize the sound for the night; we love artists like J Dilla, Chance the Rapper, Robert Glasper, Outkast, Janelle Monáe, Anderson Paak., N*E*R*D, The Roots, Hiatus Kaiyote, Tom Misch and Frank Ocean.
If you would like to get involved, please email:
We'll see you there!
Music Genres: R&B, Rap, Soul
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