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Lovers Splash II

Kwashie!™ in association with the Karamel Presents…

Lovers Splash II

‘the lovers rockers’ event of the Summer!

featuring:

June ‘Miss Sparkle’ Furlong
(Solar Radio/Sky Ch:0129)

Mister Quick Shot
(the rapid-fire lovers selector)

The Dub$tealers
(bashment & revival)

Saturday
23rd June 2018
9pm-2am

Admission £6 on the door

The Karamel
4 Coburg Road
London N22 6UJ

Definition of Lovers Rock:
Uniquely British love-themed Reggae, popularised by artists such as Carroll Thomson, Janet Kay, Maxi Priest, also recorded by the Jamaican greats, Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaacs, John Holt etc.

Collage Nights

Collage Nights will return on Wednesday the 12th of April with another fantastic evening, exploring diverse art, music and sound.

Starting at 8pm sharp you can join us at the event or tune in live to watch the spectacle unfold.

We’ll be coming back full circle for this wonderful third installment of Collage Nights.

With performances from:

Ed Geater plays gorgeous looped guitar, vocals, and beatbox to produce acoustic songs which slide from classical to pop to EDM –
https://youtu.be/sIu8bf4960w
Boe Huntress – an established singer-songwriter, Boe Huntress is now joined by a band of kickass women who have turned their attention to artful electrofolk – a mixture of electronics and live instruments
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGYPDQhMWvE
Visuals by The Big Everything
Why full circle?
The story will unfold on the night with a very special guest!
Presented in association with Collage Arts PRS Foundation Jatanil Banerjee Music and Kabaret at Karamel Karamel Club

Wild Bunch Club

Wild Bunch is an award-winning night club run by people with learning difficulties for everyone. The club’s committee recently won the Mayor’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to Islington Life 2014. Wild Bunch DJs have previously performed with Radio 1 DJs Jo Whiley and Tim Westwood, and will be bringing their irresistible mix of pop, dance, reggae, and club classics to Haringey. Unmissable! Free entry.

Wild Bunch Club

Wild Bunch is an award-winning night club run by people with learning difficulties for everyone. The club’s committee recently won the Mayor’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to Islington Life 2014. Wild Bunch DJs have previously performed with Radio 1 DJs Jo Whiley and Tim Westwood, and will be bringing their irresistible mix of pop, dance, reggae, and club classics to Haringey. Unmissable! Free entry.

www.wildbunchclub.com

 

Karamel Music Club – Songwriters End of Season Party

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We’re rounding off the season in special fashion with a set from Squeeze legend Chris Difford, with an all star supporting cast. This is a SERIOUS line up. We’ve just returned from Chris’s Annual Songwriting Retreat at Pennard House in Glastonbury – something we’ve been involved in for ten years. Over the course of the week, some of the most exciting songwriters around collaborate in an eccentric old mansion; a kind of song Caligula… and on Wednesday 2nd a host of the artists that took part will be previewing new songs, as well as playing a couple of their tunes you may know already. It’s a triumphantly feel good way to end the season; and a fitting way to say goodbye to Rosely Funari who is moving on to a new exciting phase of her career after being such a tremendous supporter of musicians and songwriters the last 3 years since we started the shows in N22. Let’s give her a wonderful send off.

Playing tonight are:

Chris Difford

and, in no order…

Leslie Mendelson
Samantha Whates
Andy Caine
Joel Sarakula
Alex Vargas
Charlie Turner

and who knows, maybe a few more.

Reply on the facebook event page with how many seats you want saving… It’s FREE! Looking forward to rounding off the Wood Green shows for another season – see you there!

End of Season KMC Party with Chris Difford (Squeeze)

 

Karamel Music Club

May sees the arrival of a couple of new faces, as well as an old friend. 17 year old George Wilding has been causing something of a stir in the industry, with Sony offering a development deal on the spot when they heard him. With consistent spot plays on BBC Radio 2 and 6, as well as local radio. George has all the makings of a Syd Barrett meets David Bowie age 17 – tall and elegant, quietly confident, lyrics beyond his years (check out ‘My Backwards Head’, which he wrote when he was 14) and a maturity chord wise that astounds – where his contemporaries slap on a capo and play the usual chord blocks, George is filling in the three passing notes in between. You’re going to love him. Also making an appearance are an outrageously fun and 70’s-tastic ‘Itchy Teeth’ – superbly tight rhythm section, chord changes that would have supertramp dancing along in a T-rex T-shirt while the kinks crackled out of a transistor radio. Great performers, and sure to be a tremendously good night. If you then add into the mix solo artist and former seahorses frontman (and great pal) Chris Helme – a man who himself knows a thing or two about the 70’s, as well as having laid claim to a number one album in both the UK and Japan – then you get the idea. And as always, it’s free. Our way of inviting the local haringey community in to our world of ethical promotion and the supporting of great, original music.

KMC-May14

Jazz at Karamel – The Great Wee Band

A night with… The Great Wee Band! In keeping with Collage Arts’ long standing tradition of bringing top quality entertainment to the borough, there’s a brand new event set to join the already brimming roster for 2014. Fresh from world famous London venues The Vortex and Ronnie Scott’s, Jazz at Karamel will be hosting the hottest talents from all ends of the Jazz spectrum. Kicking off with the raucous and formidable Pigfoot on January 29th there’s a truly delectable menu of treats on offer throughout the year. There’s something scheduled for every jazz fan’s tastes, from the airy piano and alto sax compositions of Allison Neale and Kate Williams, to the fiery tenor of up-and-coming saxophonist Vasilis Xenopoulos and his band. Presided over by Stu Butterfield, a mainstay of the scene who’s been drumming for four decades, Jazz at Karamel is set to be a great addition to the Karamel calendar. Add to that the unbeatably low entry price of no pounds, and we’re on to a sure-fire winner. With Stu at the helm, we’re guaranteed to have the best and brightest in store, with a list of acclaim between them longer than this article, from as diverse and respected sources as The Times newspaper and the late, great Humph himself. It’s a mixed bag of delights on offer, promising updates of timeless classics and brand new compositions, old players and newbies, sharing the spotlight and the stage. So if Brubeck’s your bag and Hines is your hobby, in 2014 Karamel is the place to be. great wee band