Led Bib

Friday 8 November 2019

8:00 pm : Main stage / Standing

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General admission: £11.00 + booking fee

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Jazz Steps presents

Led Bib, known for their boundary stretching rock and jazz, that garnered them a Mercury Prize nomination and a fistful of prestigious awards, set off last year in the hull of a boat in east London to create a new suite of songs.

Emerging from their underwater session, elements of their groovy, heavy, improvised sound remained but now set against fragile vocals and poignant lyrics.The music also resulted in a collaboration with US based film-maker Dylan Pecora resulting in a music project and live projection with a VJ who will be also improvising alongside the band to create a dynamic multimedia experience.

 

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Led Bib

Jazz Steps presents

Led Bib, known for their boundary stretching rock and jazz, that garnered them a Mercury Prize nomination and a fistful of prestigious awards, set off last year in the hull of a boat in east London to create a new suite of songs.

Emerging from their underwater session, elements of their groovy, heavy, improvised sound remained but now set against fragile vocals and poignant lyrics.The music also resulted in a collaboration with US based film-maker Dylan Pecora resulting in a music project and live projection with a VJ who will be also improvising alongside the band to create a dynamic multimedia experience.

 

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