Fri, 01 Oct | London

CHIMINYO + JOIN THE DIN

Seven sisters local Tim joins us again under his alias Chiminyo Join The Din - Double drum kit, duelling saxes and pumping bass, Join The Din is a modern international jazz ensemble
CHIMINYO + JOIN THE DIN

Time & Location

01 Oct, 19:00 – 02 Oct, 02:20
London, 316 High Rd, London N15 4BP, UK

About the Event

Chiminyo -

Chiminyo is a drummer and producer from North London who, with his tech-heavy drum kit set-up, combines the raw, immediate live sound of percussion and the futuristic timbres of his electronic productions to create his own, daring soundworld. Via laboriously self-coded software, each cymbal crash and drum hit triggers a synth or sample, allowing Chiminyo complete control and freeing him of all loops, click-tracks and backing tracks. Every sound effect is performed live, producing an idiosyncratic kind of music that has led to solo performances at Love Supreme Festival and London Jazz Festival, features on Worldwide FM and Jazzwise, and releases via Gearbox Records.

As well as his own solo project, Chiminyo performs and records with some of the leading figures of London’s music scene, including spiritual jazz-leaning outfit Maisha and psychedelic energy bomb Cykada. He has also collaborated and recorded with Gary Bartz, Nubya Garcia, Shabaka Hutchings, Theon Cross, and Zara McFarlane. We can't wait to have him back at The Post Bar!

Join The Din -

Double drum kit, duelling saxes and pumping bass, Join The Din is a modern international jazz ensemble formed in 2018 and based in London. Since the release of their first EP, the band has played in different shapes and combinations many gigs all around the Capital and the UK, establishing itself as one of the main acts of the new vibrant UK Jazz scene. Driven by intricate rhythmic interaction and melodic improvisations, the band offers a unique live experience which surprises and catches the audience’s imagination. The band is currently writing its new album which will be released in late 2021. Explosive, deep and eccentric...best way to experience it? See it live!

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