Seven Davis Jr. has left an indelible mark on the world of electronic music in recent years. The Los Angeles artist has rode a skyrocketing trajectory ever since his earliest disco and funk inflected productions dropped back in 2013. The depth and variety in his productions have earned well-deserved respect far and wide and now for the first time ever, he will be presenting his full live band show; it's an honour that our stage will be the home of its world debut.
Joining him for the live show will be Bristol's Ishmael, an artist who blends the worlds of jazz and house as seen on his excellent new release on Banoffee Pies Records, Songs for Knotty.
Seven will also be DJ'ing for us after the live show, and with him for that will be Byron the Aquarius, whose love for melody and harmony has consistently drawn the attention of electronic music’s leading labels and producers. When Byron’s music fell into the hands of Theo Parrish, his jazz-infected house music gained a release on Parrish’s legendary Sound Signature label in 2016 with the resulting EP being hailed as "stunning", "intoxicating" and "essential."
With a new release due out on Kyle Hall’s Wild Oats label, Byron the Aquarius is a producer and DJ increasingly in demand. Making a rare London appearance at The Jazz Café, we can’t wait to hear what he pulls out the bag.