• The Pickle Factory
  • Sunday 21st Oct 2018
  • 19:00 - 23:00

Kwake Bass, Pouya Ehsaei, Oren Marshall, Binker Golding, Kit Grill

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This is a rare opportunity to see London's leading jazz musicians play alongside pioneers in experimental live electronics.


Pouya Ehsaei with Oren Marshall and Binker Golding

Kwake Bass with Raven

Kit Grill


POUYA EHSAEI (Electronics) Recently released works on Opal Tapes' Iranian sub label Zabte Sote, with previous releases on En’tract. Pouya is also part of Ariwo, released on Manana//Records.

OREN MARSHALL (Tuba) Pioneering player of acoustic tuba and electric tuba, cutting across classical, jazz, improvised and world music. He has collaborated with Moondog, Radiohead, Hermeto Pascoal, The Pan African Orchestra and the London Philharmonic. Over the years, he has shared the stage with artists such as Gil Scott Heron, Roy Ayers and Murcoff. He also leads and writes for the Charming Transport Band, bringing together musicians from Ghana and Nigeria and innovators from London’s jazz and improvised music scenes.

BINKER GOLDING (Saxophone) Best known for playing in MOBO award winning band "Binker & Moses” as well with Sarah Tandy, Zara McFarlane, Moses Boyd Exodus, Ariwo and others. Binker's own group is influenced by straight-ahead jazz, grime and soul and features in-demand artists Joe-Armon Jones, Dan Casimir and Sam Jones.

KWAKE BASS (Drums/Electronics) Musical director for both Sampha and Kate Tempest’s latest tours and has played with MF Doom, Roots Manuva, Shabaka Hutchings and Novelist. As a producer, he explores what lives between the cracks of structured programming with live electronic improvisation. Joining Kwake Bass will be violinist Raven from Speakers Corners Quartet.

KIT GRILL (NTS) Kit Grill presents a monthly excursion into music from around the world on NTS and is also a producer and visual artist based in S.London. He will be DJ'ing before/after live acts.

This is a rare opportunity to see London's leading jazz musicians play alongside pioneers in experimental live electronics.

What better way to spend your Sunday evening.


This event is +18 only.