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TUE 29TH APRIL
JAMIE LIDELL – SOLD OUT

MON 28TH APRIL
EYOE SERIES – RZA + KILLA KELA

SUN 27TH APRIL
EAT YOUR OWN EARS SERIES “KOMPAKT IN CONCERT” + MOUSE ON MARS

SAT 26TH APRIL
EYOE SERIES – ANDREW BIRD

FRI 25TH APRIL
EYOE SERIES – JUNIOR BOYS + METRONOMY + PRINZHORN DANCE SCHOOL + MORGAN GEIST + KELLEY POLAR

THU 24TH APRIL
MYSTERY JETS – SOLD OUT

THU 24TH APRIL
EYOE SERIES – FOUR TET + SUNBURNED HAND OF THE MAN + JAMES HOLDEN + KODE 9

WED 23RD APRIL
EYOE SERIES – LETHAL BIZZLE + HOLY FUCK + DIRTY PROJECTORS CANCELLED

MON 21ST APRIL
BLONDE REDHEAD

TUE 29TH, APRIL 2008
Jamie Lidell plus special guests
VENUE / KOKO 1A CAMDEN HIGH STREET, CAMDEN, LONDON NW1

TIME / 19:00
CALENDAR / ICAL
TUBE / MORNINGTON CRESCENT/CAMDEN
TICKET INFO / £13.50

Koko, 1a Camden High Street, Camden, London NW1 / 0870 432 5527
Jamie Lidell’s second album, Multiply caught people off-guard in 2005. Few expected the restless sonic scientist to make an uplifting soul record, but he did; and audiences and critics were captivated by the fusion of his influences with deeply felt song writing, meticulous production skills, and most of all, that flipping amazing voice. According to the reviews, Jamie was at various times, Little Richard, Jimi, Otis, Sly, Prince, Marvin, Stevie or some mashed-up combo of them all. Meanwhile, his live show has become an infamously exhilarating experience, with Jamie performing on the edges of control and chaos, turning music inside out.

The show at Koko follows the release of new album ‘Jim’ on the 28th of April. Jim will switch you on in the morning, move you on the dance-floor and take you down in the small hours. It’s a bold, promiscuously diverse album, mixing up gospel grooves, sweetly sung and fiercely passionate soul, delicately moving ballads, thumping early R & B, synthed-up disco, and even a touch of ‘hillbilly funk’. “I haven’t tried to hide the influences,” he says “This is the music I love.” But, listen closely and you can hear Jamie moving in new directions, creating a sound and style that is entirely his own.

Plus special guests

*SOLD OUT*