Kwashie!™ in association with Karamel London N22 Presents….
‘the lovers rockers’ event of the century
Saturday 17th February 2018
Admission £5 CASH on the door
DJs on the Night:
June ‘Miss Sparkle’ Furlong
(Solar Radio/Sky Ch:0129)
Mister Quick Shot
(the rapid-fire lovers selector)
(bashment & revival)
More DJs & PAs to be confirmed.
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.
All magical things must come to an end or risk disappearing into the void of predictability.
It is with sadness we must announce that this will be our last event in this format.
We would like to thank everyone who has performed and attended these nights in the past 3 years, and we have truly enjoyed them and felt they provided some kind of art/bubble from the madness and commercial mainstream London nights.
Performing tonight: Ben Holland, Debra Watson, The Butterfly Wheel, Gabriel Moreno, James McKean, Maaike Siegerist, Jonni Slater and more …
Just £5 pound entry on the door.
Award-winning vegan food available from 6.30pm.
Venue: Karamel, 4 Coburg Rd, N22 6UJ
Wood Green is well connected served by buses, tube & train.
Nearest tube: Wood Green (Piccadilly Line) – 5 mins walk
Nearest train station: Alexandra Palace – 5 mins walk
Karousel Music presents a North London Showcase. Announcing a new season back at their original venue in Wood Green – Karamel, deep in the heart of Chocolate Factory 2. Karousel Music are curating the first lineup, and then from thereon the artists are curating with their support. Get ready for Pat Dam Smyth’s lineup in July. But first… what a start here tonight!
It’s really important to Karousel Music that they nurture the community not just at the industry events in central London; but also support those nights that traditionally are the artists’ favourite nights off the beaten track. Teaming up once more with Collage Arts, who have made it possible to continue to give 100% to the artists by covering the sound and room hire.
The venue is a 5 min walk from Wood Green tube on the Piccadilly Line (only 20 mins from King’s Cross, 40 mins from Brixton) and is the same from Alexandra Palace overground (15 mins from Old St, 12 mins from Highbury and Islington) and is a stone’s throw from Muswell Hill, Turnpike Lane and Crouch End.
/// TICKETS HERE ///
Doors 7pm, Music 8pm.
Have a listen to the Karousel Spotify playlist: https://open.spotify.com/user/karouselmusic/playlist/4SVcurluaWsrJvw4CsBhRu
An evening to come & play some records or dance or just listen
24th may 2017 / 8pm – 12am / £5 otd
Anu & Theo invite you to an evening where you can play records or even mp3s.
Sign up for a 45-minute slot, and feel free to play whatever you like – think of this as an opportunity to explore your weirder side of your record collection. Anu & the will be there to provide any help you may need or questions you may have with all aspects of ‘djing’.
lineup/set times will not be published.
Please treat this as a space for support, learning and having fun.
e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for a slot.
Anu is a dj and illustrator based in london, and is also label manager for established record label ‘rhythm section international’.
Theo is one half of Balamii radio’s DJ duo, Champagne Funk. always bringing the best in soulful selections: lashings of disco, funk, boogie, soul and house.
Acoustic punk rock upstarts
WE BLESS THIS MESS from Portugal headline
INTERNATIONAL SOUND INVADERS’ second installment at North London’s Karamel
Following acclaimed live performances in Europe and the US including renowned showcase festivals like Eurosonic Noorderslag, SXSW and Reeperbahn – Porto’s 5-piece WE BLESS THIS MESS bring their adrenaline soaked positivity to the British capital supported by opening act Wushta’s uplifting Lo-fi SynthPop.
Doors 7pm GMT on 17/05/2017 – £6
LONDON, April 20, 2017 — “For fans of Frank Turner, Against Me!, Mumford & Sons and Bob Dylan, there is the joy of We Bless This Mess. The 5-piece from Porto is in fact a solo project by Nelson Graf Reis that takes the punk approach to folk music or equally, plays punk songs according to the ‚less is more‘ philosophy. Nelson’s We Bless This Mess is all about expressing positivity and carpe diem: “We breathe, we are alive. This is the greatest gift.”
Wushta’s joyful live sets mix Lo-fi, Synth Pop and Electronica. The former drummer of Portuguese punk band ‘BlackJackers” has swapped the sticks for keyboards, drum machines and a bass guitar, inciting the audience to celebrate life in the here and now.
International Sound Invasion showcases upcoming musicians from abroad in London. Now more than ever, our purpose is to enrich and strengthen the dialog between different cultures and backgrounds that create this diverse and colorful city, by hosting music events that bring together locals and foreigners in joy, with open minds and hearts.
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 –
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
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
Every month is jam-packed with an extensive range of events – from live music, jazz and world to folk, emerging artists, DJs, poetry, kids, exhibitions and much much more.
Read more in the latest events e-quarter HERE
Visit the monthly calendar for details of each event.
Listings and tickets are available in advance via www.musicglue.com/karamel or call the venue on 020 8829 8989 or the Collage Arts box office on 020 8829 8962.
The latest Quarter issue 8 has been published, preview the edition HERE or pick up a copy on your next visit to Karamel.
Sonia Slany, scrapy things (violin), Stuart Hall, twangy things (guitar), Alec Dankworth,
plucky things (bass), Paul Clarvis, tappy and bangy things (percussion)
An eclectic band which draws heavily on international music, including Spanish, French
Bulgarian, Macedonian and Latin American music as well as jazz influences.
“A little miracle of home grown British Jazz” – The Independent
“Stirring and stunning experiments in Jazz without frontiers” – The Sunday Times
BOOK TICKETS HERE
Nick Smart (leader, trumpet), Kishon Khan (piano), Chris Montague (guitar), Denny
“Jimmy” Martinez (bass), Dave Hamblett (drums), Javier Ginarte (percussion)
Named after the national bird of Cuba, Trogon makes full use of the cultural breadth of
London’s rich musical landscape. Led by trumpeter, Nick Smart, Head of Jazz at the Royal
Academy of Music, the group’s exciting mix of musical backgrounds is enriched by the
propulsive rhythmic traditions of Afro-Cuban music and the rich harmonies of
contemporary jazz. www.nicksmart.co.uk
Book your tickets here.