The Invisible Orchestra

Friday 19 April 2019

8:00 pm : Main stage

18+

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Full price: £15.00 + booking fee

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The Invisible Orchestra are back in Nottingham! Read our interview with the electrifying 16 piece here. 

Huge line-up as always featuring The Invisible Orchestra and special guests MR SWITCH, Bunkerpop, Babar Luck and BIG SEXY. Expect projections, a top spec sound-system and so much more at Metronome on Good Friday 19 April 2019.

THE INVISIBLE ORCHESTRA:
The Invisible Orchestra is a 16-piece ensemble combining soul, Latin, deep funk, jazz and big band with huge orchestral sweeps, Afrobeat, Arabic punk, hip-hop and brass-heavy dance music to create a vibrant, energetic and exhilarating tour de force which defies categorisation.

“Makes Jools Holland’s Rhythm & Blues Orchestra look like a skiffle band in comparison” -The Guardian

Website: http://www.theinvisibleorchestra.co.uk/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheInvisibleOrchestra/
Music: https://theinvisibleorchestra.bandcamp.com/releases
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmW21jCq114RMLAALmURrUQ

BUNKERPOP:
Bunkerpop sprang in to being in the spring of 2016 and are a beat driven human machine of five souls combining the hypnotic rhythms of Krautrock with a highly charged supergroove. Fronted by a man of abstract audio pronouncements they are supreme purveyors of sonic mayhem, dance and audio visual chaos.  Check out what to expect here.

BABAR LUCK:
“Part Billy Bragg, part Spike Milligan, but always utterly himself, Luck is a maverick, a Pakistani Cockney with a different worldview, lots of compassion, and buckets full of punk attitude. Is he great? You bet…”  Live video here.  Interview in The Independent here.

BIG SEXY:
A vinyl only blend of deep sexy flavours. Expect disco and world music tossed between oozing layers of house beats that seductively thrust you toward the dance-floor. Big Sexy has a growing reputation for providing unique intimate parties with an emphasis on quality music and local talent. Prepare to have your fire lit.

With Russell Fenby playing records in the bar all night long.

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The Invisible Orchestra

The Invisible Orchestra are back in Nottingham! Read our interview with the electrifying 16 piece here. 

Huge line-up as always featuring The Invisible Orchestra and special guests MR SWITCH, Bunkerpop, Babar Luck and BIG SEXY. Expect projections, a top spec sound-system and so much more at Metronome on Good Friday 19 April 2019.

THE INVISIBLE ORCHESTRA:
The Invisible Orchestra is a 16-piece ensemble combining soul, Latin, deep funk, jazz and big band with huge orchestral sweeps, Afrobeat, Arabic punk, hip-hop and brass-heavy dance music to create a vibrant, energetic and exhilarating tour de force which defies categorisation.

“Makes Jools Holland’s Rhythm & Blues Orchestra look like a skiffle band in comparison” -The Guardian

Website: http://www.theinvisibleorchestra.co.uk/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheInvisibleOrchestra/
Music: https://theinvisibleorchestra.bandcamp.com/releases
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmW21jCq114RMLAALmURrUQ

BUNKERPOP:
Bunkerpop sprang in to being in the spring of 2016 and are a beat driven human machine of five souls combining the hypnotic rhythms of Krautrock with a highly charged supergroove. Fronted by a man of abstract audio pronouncements they are supreme purveyors of sonic mayhem, dance and audio visual chaos.  Check out what to expect here.

BABAR LUCK:
“Part Billy Bragg, part Spike Milligan, but always utterly himself, Luck is a maverick, a Pakistani Cockney with a different worldview, lots of compassion, and buckets full of punk attitude. Is he great? You bet…”  Live video here.  Interview in The Independent here.

BIG SEXY:
A vinyl only blend of deep sexy flavours. Expect disco and world music tossed between oozing layers of house beats that seductively thrust you toward the dance-floor. Big Sexy has a growing reputation for providing unique intimate parties with an emphasis on quality music and local talent. Prepare to have your fire lit.

With Russell Fenby playing records in the bar all night long.

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