ASJC presents the Remy Jude Ensemble & Tetes de Pois on Thursday 25th October 2018
Anti Social Jazz Club presents the Remy Jude Ensemble and Têtes de Pois live at the Aerie.
Remy Jude Ensemble (Liverpool, UK)
The Liverpool-based soulful rapper Remy Jude is serious about music and has a meticulous way with his words. His lyrics offer insight into his lived experience so far that’s relatable. Having supported the likes of Mount Kimbie, Alfa Mist, Laura Misch and Yazmin Lacey, Aerie is excited to host the Remy Jude Ensemble, expect honest rapping, hip hop beats and simple melodies that combine infectiously.
The ensemble is a comprised of five other individuals, all of whom you can see on stages in jazz, funk and soul outfits around the UK.
Remy Jude - Vocals
Max O’Hara - Keys
Conor O’Shea - Bass
Sam Jones - Drums
Simon Dale - Guitar
Amber Kuti-Smith - Vocals
Têtes de Pois (Leeds, UK)
Têtes de Pois is a seven-piece instrumental band based in Leeds, performing exciting original music influenced by genres including cinematic and latin jazz and afrobeat. The band formed in 2016 at the Leeds College of Music, where they met while studying on the Jazz course; they soon began gigging around Leeds through the independent Leeds based music collective, 'Tight Lines'. Soon enough, Têtes de Pois started to attract attention and were lucky enough to support London bands Sumochief and Ezra Collective.
Since then they have headlined the Hootananny and the 100 Club, and in the Summer of 2017, they performed at some of the countries most renowned Jazz festivals, including Manchester Jazz Festival Love Supreme Festival.
Harry Fowler - Tenor Sax / Vocals
Jasmine Whalley - Bari Sax
Ben Haskins - Guitar
George MacDonald - Keys
Owen Burns - Bass
George Hall - Drums
Josh Ketch - Percussion
Supported by Anti Social Jazz Club DJs and their jazz-leaning sounds.
Music Genres: Funk, Jazz, Rap, Soul
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