top of page

Thu, 16 Mar

|

London

KULA Collective w/Soma Soma, Gran Fergo, Rhian Brooke +more

A very special event is planned this March as we welcome Bristol based band Soma Soma, new kids on the block Gran Fergo and a delightful poet Rhian Brooke

Registration is closed
See other events
KULA Collective w/Soma Soma, Gran Fergo, Rhian Brooke +more
KULA Collective w/Soma Soma, Gran Fergo, Rhian Brooke +more

Time & Location

16 Mar 2023, 19:00 – 17 Mar 2023, 00:30

London, 316 High Rd, London N15 4BP, UK

About the Event

A very special event is planned this March as we welcome Bristol based band Soma Soma, new kids on the block Gran Fergo and a delightful poet Rhian Brooke

.

Soma Soma

Inspired by the likes of Jorge Ben and Pat Thomas, Anglo-Brazilian, SOMA SOMA are renowned for their distinctive blend of afro-brazilian inspired sounds. Their winding compositions, soaring horns and engaging percussion deliver an emotionally vibrant experience.

The band’s second studio album ‘Água Viva’ , which was released in 2022 has received appraisal in the UK and Brazil, appearing on several radio shows including Giles Petterson, Cerys Matthews, Gideon Coe and Tom Robinson’s on BBC RADIO 6 as well as featured on Yolanda Brown and Sarah Ward’s shows on Jazz FM.

Soma Soma has supported the likes of Dele Sosimi & Electric Jalaba and performed at festivals including Shamabala’s legendary Barrio Africa, Wilderness’ Club House, Valley Fest & main stages including Tropical Pressure & Farm Fest.

"WOW" - Gilles Peterson.

"A group at the crossroads of genres and has a variety of influences, with some pieces being more afro-latino, others afrobeat, and others more bossa-fusion. It's a wicked mix. I find it lively, warm, and full of life and their music really is a place of musical blending." Le Sac à Son

"Their album “Saudade” express not only a very special heartwarming nostalgia, but it also manages to find a combination of Brazilian percussion and Afrobeat brass lines that is hard to find elsewhere" - TIGRE SOUNDS

Tickets

  • General Admission

    £12.50
    Tax: +£0.75 fee

Total

£0.00

Share This Event

bottom of page