Flomotion Live this Thurs 5th Nov, with Misty Roses & Ruby Wood live, + DJ Nick Luscombe + DJ Nick Stroud at Momo's
Flomotion Live with Misty Roses and Ruby Wood live, plus DJ sets from Nick Luscombe and guest DJ Nick Stroud...
Thursday 5th November
Nick Luscombe's `Flomotion Live' returns to a new monthly slot with a quality and eclectic live music and DJ programme.
Expect folk, jazz, soul and electronic performances from exciting acts, hand picked from a stunning array of new and emerging artists. Keep up to date via www.flomotionradio.com.
Nick Luscombe and guests will DJ during the night, all set in the unique environ of Momo's wonderful Kemia Bar. Moorish furnishings provide the perfect space and style for guests to listen to some of the most progressive music around. Delicious kemia (Arabic tapas) are served as an alternative for those who prefer a more relaxed, yet totally authentic, dining experience.
Kemia Bar at Momo
25 Heddon Street
London W1B 4BH
020 7434 4040
Free entry all night
7pm til late
DJ Nick Luscombe (Flomotion)
Guest DJ Nick Stroud (jazznotjazz)
Misty Roses Live
Misty Roses are a transatlantic pop combo based in London and New York City, whose sound is orchestral, melodramatic and opulent, with Spector-like drums, Scott Walker-esque lush arrangements and wide-open production. There is something outlandish and Bowie-esque about lead singer Robert Conroy’s rich vocals. Their newly released album of melodramatic love songs, Villainess, `dwells in the space between dream and reality’. It features guest appearances by Little Annie, Isabelle Antena, Kim Field and Rebecca Chamberlain. Check them at this rare London date.
`Misty Roses combine pop melodrama with electronic texture in a manner rarely heard since The Associates. ... Disturbingly intense....’ -
`An admirably skeff-wiff talent’ - Q Magazine, 3 stars
`Beautifully brave and full of magic’ - Patrick Wolf
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Ruby Wood Live
For music that touches your heart and soul, look no further than up and coming young vocal talent Ruby Wood. Citing her influences as Aretha and Ella, Leeds College of Music graduate Ruby has accomplished much for her years; she was awarded the Yamaha/Classic FM Jazz Scholarship for outstanding musicians in 2008. She has toured with jazz trombonist Dennis Rollins, with sell out shows at both Brecon and Cheltenham Jazz Festivals. Her debut album Ruby is out on Jellymould Jazz. Catch this velvet voiced fast rising star and her band whilst you can, in the stunning setting of Momo.
`Ruby Wood possesses what is arguably one of the most stunning voices of her generation’
`When jazz vocalist Ruby Wood sings, people stop and listen’
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