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Jaga Jazzist's "Starfire" Tour at Electric Brixton on November 5th

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Soundcrash is very proud to announce the experimental jazz ensemble Jaga Jazzist will be taking to the stage at Electric Brixton on Thursday the 5th of November to showcase their incredible genre blending style of music.

Jaga Jazzist combine and incredible array of instruments with an electronic otherworldliness that has always made them a band that’s live performances are definitely worth seeing. They manage to mix hugely complicated music with engaging and catchy tunes creating an uncomparable soundscape of music that is utterly riveting.

With their most recent release Starfire Jaga Jazzist have really upped the ante, returning to a more electric sound whilst also giving it a shakeup to create a fantastic auditory experience that listeners are unlikely to to find similar to anything else.

Electric Brixton is the perfect setting for Jaga Jazzist to push the boundaries of what is musically possible with a live set that promises to be explosive and incredibly entertaining.

Progressive neo-psycadelic trio Elephant9 will be joining Jaga Jazzist for this very special night at Electric Brixton. To make this night even more unmissable John Peels son, 6 Musics very own musical connoisseur Tom Ravenscroft has also been added to the lineup.

“The tunes remain dramatic and the thematic scene shifting spectacular” —The Guardian

“Panoramic, synthetically symphonic and a lot of fun” —Uncut

“The group wastes no time ripping open the fabric of jazz-time and exposing its riotous inner workings” —Consequence of Sound

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