Rhythm Section Live returns to The Jazz Cafe with another three act bill of supreme talent.
With a debut full length record on Rhythm Section at the end of 2021, Cousin Kula flutter into the collective consciousness with a timeless slice of psychedelic soul on their new material. The latest band to emerge out of the buoyant Bristol music scene, they have stripped back all excess baggage for their most accomplished recordings to date.
Free Love is the powerhouse guise of Scottish artists Lewis Cook and Suzanne Cook. Paragons of the cross-pollinating Glasgow DIY scene, experimenting in electronics, dubbed-out Italo-disco and synthesized pastoral textures; the duo oscillate between meditative Alice Coltrane-meets-Cluster synthesized vistas, unabashed gallic synthpop chic and melting dancefloor-tuned bangers. All of the above is underpinned by a sincerity of intention, manifested in the form of a knowing new-new-age vision: “One day we will all be dead – but here we are alive instead”.
Reared on a combination of jazz, folk, reggae and the 2002 Ibiza soundtrack, 22 year-old producer/songwriter feeo developed a taste for storytelling, big beats and stacked vocal harmonies early on. After moving from her childhood home in North West London, feeo started writing to channel her experience of social isolation and confusion, exploring her voice through fairy tale narratives and wonky beats made on Garage band. Feeo’s debut EP ‘feels like we’re getting older doesn’t it’ was released in June 2021