Sep 11

Presented by Music Network

Tara Breen, Laoise Kelly, Josephine Marsh & Nell Ní Chróinín

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Tara Breen, fiddle

Laoise Kelly, harp

Josephine Marsh, accordion

Nell Ní Chróinín, voice

Music Network brings together four leading traditional musicians to pool their considerable talents, and the results are even greater than the sum of the parts. Tara Breen, Laoise Kelly, Josephine Marsh and Nell Ní Chróinín have been setting the bar high as performers, both at home and around the globe.

Name-checking Danú, Kate Bush, The Chieftains and Christy Moore amongst their collaborators, and with Presidents Obama, Clinton, Higgins and the Queen as audience members, these artists have a quiet authority that comes with true mastery and understanding of their music and heritage. Dedicated and passionate, theyll lead audiences through a programme of traditional tunes and songs, and for good measure, into a new Music Network commission by Josephine, a gifted tunesmith. This is a warm and intimate conversation of equals, one on which listeners are privileged to eavesdrop

Tara Breen, Laoise Kelly, Josephine Marsh & Nell Ní Chróinín
Sep 12

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Jay Electronica

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From floating in the Dead Sea or better yet touching the Sphinx, standing on Mount Everest, praying with the Monks in India or traveling illegally into Mexico, all manifested not because of what he could pay or because of who he is but because he was seeking the answer to the most critical question that has been asked for centuries by Alchemist, Artist, Magi, Sages and Wizards “ What is truth?” The answer he found “ The truth is the best of what is in me, the best in us all”.

One of the most talked-about rappers of 2008, Jay Electronica built his reputation via the Internet and word of mouth, without so much as a single commercial release to his credit. Born Je’Ri Allah in 1976, he grew up in the Magnolia projects of New Orleans, where he lived until age 19. In the years that followed, he lived a nomadic lifestyle, moving back and forth between Atlanta, New York, Detroit, and Baltimore, among other cities. He adopted the Jay Electronica alias while living in Baltimore circa 2000. While in Detroit, he befriended associates of J Dilla, working closely with engineer Mike “Chav” Chavarria and collaborating with producer Denaun Porter (aka Mr. Porter). As a rapper, he distributed his recordings via the Internet, primarily his MySpace page. Among these Internet-circulated recordings, a few stood out and helped create a buzz: “Act 1,” an epic homemade rap over Jon Brion’s score for the film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind; “Bitches and Drugs,” a J Dilla production; “Extra Extra,” a Madlib production; and the StyleWars EP. The word of mouth didn’t hurt, either, as Erykah Badu, Just Blaze, Nas, and others spoke highly of Jay Electronica in the media. Moreover, Badu reportedly made him the first signee of her Control FreaQ Records label.

Jay Electronica
Sep 13

Presented by Catfish Blues

The Irish Santana Experience

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The Irish Santana Experience

The Irish Santana Experience is an exciting 8 piece band that recreate the supernatural sound of Carlos Santana live. Comprised of Irish and South American musicians performing original arrangements of classic tracks like Black Magic Woman, Shes’s Not There, Samba Pa Ti, Oye Como Va and more modern hits such as the Grammy award winning Smooth. Venezuelan guitar maestro Hector Castillo delivers Carlos Santana’s back catalogue with a level of passion and soul reminiscent of one of the world’s best-known guitar greats.A two hour Afro-Latin-blues-rock fusion show including full brass section and Latin percussion not to be missed…

Support from - Chief Keegan

The Irish Santana Experience
Sep 14

Amazing Grace - Aretha Franklin

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We were overwhelmed with requests to show this time capsule of perfection with none other than the Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin.

So, here is the vibe
Doors 8pm
Soul / Gospel to warm up
Serving Charcuterie/Cheeseboards
Fine wines
Delicious Cocktails
Movie Starts 9pm

and to follow
we have a Soul Party with some of Dublins favourite Djs and crews

Singer Aretha Franklin performs gospel songs at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles in 1972.

“Amazing Grace” is a filmed record of the two nights, in January 1972, during which Franklin recorded the gospel performances that became the celebrated live double album “Amazing Grace.” It remains not only the best-selling gospel record of all time, but the best-selling album of Franklin’s 50-year career. She was then at the height of her stardom, with 20 albums and 11 number-one singles (all the iconic hits: “Respect,” “Chain of Fools,” “Think,” etc.) under her belt, and she wanted to do a record that honored the formative gospel roots of her youth.

Warner Bros. hired director Sydney Pollack to film the sessions (this was the early-’70s heyday of the grainy verité concert film), and in “Amazing Grace” we see Pollack wandering around the church, directing the action and at one point holding the camera. But the project wound up getting shelved. There was a severe technical glitch (much of the sound was out of sync with the images), and later, when attempts were made to solve that issue, Franklin herself repeatedly blocked attempts to release the movie. It’s not clear why, but now that it’s been lovingly restored and assembled (the sound is clear as a bell, and in perfect sync), “Amazing Grace” can stand as an essential filmed record of what is undoubtedly one of the greatest gospel performances you’ll ever see.

Visually, the movie isn’t much to speak of. The church, a plain and rather dilapidated place, looks at once dingy and overbright, and during the first night it’s only half-full, creating the atmosphere of a filmed rehearsal. But Aretha herself is incandescent. And the movie, while as neutrally shot as a news-magazine segment (there’s about a minute of split screen, and there should have been a lot more of it), has a structure that quietly builds. Franklin was 29 when “Amazing Grace” was recorded, and in her silky flowing outfits and light blue eye shadow and a set of earrings that look like bejeweled clusters of tiny snowballs, she’s a magnetic paradox: a diva tucking in her ego in front of the lord. She almost never speaks between songs, but her contact with those who’ve gathered to be in the audience is, if anything, even more direct. She’s got her mind on higher things.

One can speculate that Mick Jagger dropped by because he was still finishing up the recording of “Exile on Main St.,” an album as dunked in the raw majesty of gospel as any in rock history. Another telling figure who appears is Franklin’s father, the Baptist minister C.L. Franklin, whom she toured with as a child gospel singer. He’s dapper and aristocratic, like Billy Dee Williams as a churchly power player. In the few minutes they’re at the front of the church together, we can see how Aretha gained strength from him — at one point, he lovingly wipes the sweat from her face — and, at the same time, how she felt the need to win r-e-s-p-e-c-t from a world of men who felt as entitled as he looks. Apart from Aretha, the most memorable characters in the movie remain those whose names we don’t know: the praise dancers who get up out of the audience, jubilant and possessed, to shake like volcanic vessels, and the occasional sparkly-silver-vested member of the Southern California Community Choir, who will literally pop up, with a spontaneity that’s at once touching and comic, when the spirit moves them.

Franklin’s collaborator in the concerts was the Reverend James Cleveland, the gospel legend who did as much as anyone to popularize the form beyond the black church (he won four Grammys). He’s burly, deeply playful, and affectionate, and he has great stories. So does Franklin’s father, who tells one about how he was picking up clothes at the cleaners, and the woman who worked there asked him if Aretha, whom she had seen on TV the night before, was ever going to go back to the church. The minister replied, “She never left the church.”

Watching “Amazing Grace,” we see how profoundly true that is. Not just because Franklin sings praise to Jesus with the full flower of her virtuosity, but because there’s such a remarkable continuity between the religious fervor she expresses here and the “secular” fervor of her pop and R&B songs. Most of the numbers in “Amazing Grace” are hymns or traditionals, like the lilting “What a Friend We Have in Jesus” or the meditative “Precious Memories,” and a few are reconfigured versions of great pop numbers of the spirit, like Carole King’s “You’ve Got a Friend” or Marvin Gaye’s “Wholy Holy.” But the sound is never pious or autumnal. It’s majestic and soaring and athrob with rhythm.

If the blues is the formal and spiritual foundation of rock ‘n’ roll, it’s the joy of gospel that gave rock its roll. That’s what you hear in “Amazing Grace.” The movie reveals how the fundamental distinction between “rock ‘n’ roll” and “rhythm and blues” was not only racist at its core, but a way for the consumer culture to slice the God out of music that was invented as a way to talk to God. In “Amazing Grace,” Aretha Franklin transcends the blues by saying a little prayer — or singing one — for all of us.

Amazing Grace - Aretha Franklin
Sep 18

Pat Silke

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Pat Silke - Singer /Songwriter - For One Night Only- Sept 18th 2019.

Pat Silke and his band present a collection of his finest songs from 3 critically acclaimed solo albums. The range, depth and quality of his songs are of the highest calibre. Pat’s song craft and this show reflects a life long passion for excellent songs, superb musicianship and a quality live performance. The show will reference Pat’s musical influences from blues to gospel and from country to rock and Americana.

It promises to be a fantastic night of music - For One Night Only - Don’t Miss it.

Pat Silke
Sep 19

The Atrix

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Legendary Dublin New Wave act, The Atrix, release their long awaited anthology, ‘Dublin 1979-1981’, on September 19th. To mark the release, the band will be staging a launch event in Dublin’s Sugar Club that evening.

The Atrix formed in 1978, and came out of the same Dublin theatre/cabaret scene as Jim Sheridan, The Radiators, Neil Jordan, Agnes Bernelle, Peter Sheridan and The Virgin Prunes. The Atrix combined a strong theatrical element to quirky but memorable tunes, the most striking examples being the singles “The Moon Is Puce” and “Treasure on the Wasteland”.

They released its first single “The Moon is Puce” on Seamus O’Neill’s Mulligan label in late 1979 to modest acclaim in its local market. This first single was produced by Philip Chevron, then a member of The Radiators From Space and later of The Pogues. The band signed to Dave Dee’s DoubleDee Records label in 1980 and released the follow-up single “Treasure on the Wasteland” in 1980. It was produced by Midge Ure. They released ‘Procession’, their only album in 1981.

Their single, ‘Treasure on the Wasteland’ appeared on the now legendary ‘Just for Kicks’ compilation album, which also featured, among others, Berlin, DC Nein, Rocky DeValera & The Gravediggers, and, a then virtually unknown, U2.

The bands frontman, John Borrowman, tragically passed away in Copenhagen in 1998.

The Atrix
Sep 20

Presented by Woweembeem

Woweembeem Arabic & Afro-Brazilian Culture Night 2019

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Workshop, 20:00–21:00

Live music & DJs, 21:00–03:00:

Disco Arabesquo (DJ, Amsterdam)
Yankari (LIVE, Nigeria / Éire)
Farah Elle (LIVE, Libya / Éire)
Moving Still (DJ, Éire / Saudi Arabia)
DJ Kixx (DJ, Lesotho / Éire)
Bernard Batrouni aka Bennie Adam (DJ, Lebanon)
Papa Lou (DJ, Rialto / Éire)

Afro-Brazilian Turban & Headwrap Workshop, 20:00–21:00:

Learn how to tie different models of turbans & head wraps inspired by the Afro-Atlantic diaspora w/ Turbante.se. Founder Thaís Muniz’s project shares her research about the complex history of turbans and head wraps from the Afro-Brazilian culture to the Afro-Atlantic diaspora, from ancient to contemporary times. The Yoruba culture, the Candomblé religion, the Orishas and the Baianas are the starting point to highlight their meanings in different contexts. Discussing aesthetics, politics, art and empowerment, you’ll discover practical ways of tying more than 10 models of head wraps and turbans. Turbante-se is a Brazilian-Portuguese neologism that means ‘Turban Yourself’.

Woweembeem: occasional parties and mixtapes promoting music from Africa, the Middle East, the Caribbean / French West Indies, South America and all corners of the globe. Celebratory sounds to nourish the soul. All nations under a groove.

Listen: woweembeem.com

Woweembeem Arabic & Afro-Brazilian Culture Night 2019
Sep 21

Strictly Handbag

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Sat Sept 21st 2019 Strictly Handbag returns to celebrate all things SH with family, friends and very special guests!

Strictly Handbag
Oct 02

Presented by Music Network

Bangers and Crash Percussion Group

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Bangers and Crash Percussion Group

Alex Petcu, percussion

Emma King, percussion

Brian Dungan, percussion

Having a physics background can be a useful thing indeed if you are ace percussionist Alex Petcu. So the required sounds don’t exist on conventional instruments? No problem, you just invent and build what you need. And that’s what audiences can expect when he and fellow percussion adventurers Emma King and Brian Dungan take to the road with their kitbag of the usual suspects of the drum world, along with a fascinating array of metal, wood and string. Three young and energetic virtuosos cook up a menu of new music (a pity Beethoven never wrote for marimba) which will tickle tastebuds and defy expectations.Their appetite for exploring rhythmic influences from around the worldFlamenco, Afro-Cuban, Javanese gamelanis healthy, hearty and irrepressible. Audiences can expect a programme of 20th century works by composers including Philip Glass, Steve Reich and Thierry De Mey, as well as a new Music Network Commission from Alex Petcu. (Please note:no sausages will be harmed in the making of this programme).

Bangers and Crash Percussion Group
Oct 03

Presented by Aiken Promotions

Stephen James Smith with special guest Tony Walsh

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Aiken Promotions proudly presents Dublin poet Stephen James Smith live at The Sugar Club with special guest Tony Walsh on 3rd October 2019. Tickets €16.00 inclusive of booking fee, on sale Thursday, 23rd May at 9AM.

Dublin poet Stephen James Smith playwright central to the rise of the vibrant spoken word scene in Ireland today. His poetry videos have amassed over 2.5 million views.

In 2017 he was commissioned by St. Patrick’s festival to write a new poem as a “Celebratory Narrative” of Ireland. The resultant piece ‘My Ireland’ is accompanied by a short film which has been viewed over 300,000 times and was screened at the London film festival.

In 2018 he was commissioned by Dublin stadium sponsor Aviva to write a poem to highlight the recent rugby final between England & Ireland on Paddy’s day. The poem entitled “Bring it Home” chalked up over 750,000 views across the weekend – and Ireland won!

Stephen has performed at high profile events & venues such as Electric Picnic, other voices, The National Concert Hall in Dublin, The Barbican in London, Vicar Street & the London Palladium (alongside Oscar winner Glen Hansard); The Oscar Wilde Awards in Los Angeles, Glastonbury Festival and many more.

His debut collection “Fear Not”, published by Arlen House, was launched in September 2018 in Dublin at Poetry Ireland on Parnell Square.

An evening with Tony Walsh, special guest on the night is a rip-roaring rock and roller-coaster ride from a profoundly inspiring artist at the very top of his game.

“Now a national hero” (The Guardian) having “stunned millions of people” (Huffington Post) with his iconic performance in Manchester in May 2017.

Oct 05

Presented by ChoiceCuts

The Mystery Lights

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In an era when the city kvetches that there are no good NYC bands, when half of the music scene has split for sunny California, the Mystery Lights are an anomaly. Not only did these bold young men reverse the direction – optimistically migrating east against the tide from the west coast, but they also landed in the wormy apple to immerse themselves in the action and diversity of New York City. They all share an apartment in Ridgewood, Queens - the basement of which they’ve converted into a makeshift rehearsal space. Betting against the odds to live the archetypical 20th century downtown musician lifestyle in 2016, though inevitably further east of the bridge, they also play with the kind of conviction, immediacy, and raw power of their mighty ancestors – from the Velvets to the Voidoids and beyond. The Mystery Lights are living proof that vital contemporary music, in this case real-deal rock’n’roll, can still be dreamed, constructed, and performed in the Empire City.

Mike Brandon and L.A. Solano have been in many different versions of The Mystery Lights under assorted monikers since their teens. In a heroic jump from the small town of Salinas, California to NYC, the band solidified its lineup to also include Alex Amini, Kevin Harris, and Noah Kohll. The explosive live shows gradually became the stuff of legend as the quintet won their following one fan at a time in dives from Brooklyn to the Bowery. Organically unfolding over the nights months and years, the Lights’ sound has evolved into a fuzz-fueled hopped-up 21st Century take on 60s garage pebbles, and artful 70s punk, that is all their own.

2016 found these rock’n’roll knights embarking upon the next logical step - unleashing their own brand of kick out the jams on tour and in the studio. When Daptone Records launched their Wick Records rock imprint, they wasted no time approaching Mystery Lights as their inaugural act.owned and run, as much as we see our reflection in the sound of bygone powerhouses like Stax and Motown, we also feel special empathy and affection for the smaller independent soul artist and effort. Daptone owes a special debt and feels a warm kinship to the example and aesthetic of these past artists and their recordings. So, Daptone goes forward, anxious to use this new arm of our company to tell the story of some of Soulful music’s little known sounds that continue to guide us today.

The Mystery Lights
Oct 05

Presented by ChoiceCuts

Johnny Osbourne

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A DJ/MC show with support tbc… Johnny Osbourne is undoubtedly one of the most popular Jamaican reggae and dancehall singer of all time.

Rising to success in the late 1970s and mid-1980s, his album Truths And Rights was a huge roots reggae hit, featuring timeless tracks ‘Jah Promise’ and the titular ‘Truths and Rights’.

He also enjoyed big hits with covers of U.S. soul tunes like “Ready Or Not” and Earth Wind and Fire’s “Reasons”. Thanks to his nickname of ‘Dancehall Godfather’, Osbourne is the most in-demand vocalist for dubplates, best known for his mid-1980s dancehall reggae hits ‘Buddy Bye’ (based on King Jammy’s Sleng Teng riddim), ‘Ice Cream Love’ and ‘Water Pumping’.

Johnny Osbourne
Oct 11

Presented by Adam O'Brien

Spectrum

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Spectrum is a unique evening where living a life with autism is explained using the art of Magic. Expect to experience all the emotions as Adam delves into living on the Spectrum showing how he has used magic to help cope with social situations.

Spectrum
Oct 12

Whole Lotta Zepp perform Led Zeppelin II - LIVE

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Celebrating Led Zeppelin II’s milestone 50th birthday, join your favourite 10 piece, 3 drummer, 3 drum-set troupe of minstrels, in offering a hats off to this momentous work!

Following 9 annual sold out shows, grab your tickets fast, before they’re all bloody gone.

Whole Lotta Zepp perform Led Zeppelin II - LIVE
Oct 13

Whole Lotta Zepp perform Led Zeppelin II LIVE SUNDAY

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Celebrating Led Zeppelin II’s milestone 50th birthday, join your favourite 10pc / 3 drummer / 3 drum set collective, to offer a hats off to this monumental record, which brought us such classics as Whole Lotta Love, Heartbreaker and of course, Moby Dick.

It is an over 18s event. ID may be required.

Whole Lotta Zepp perform Led Zeppelin II LIVE SUNDAY
Oct 13

Whole Lotta Zepp perform Led Zeppelin II - LIVE ALL AGES MATINEE

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This is an ALL AGES GIG

Celebrating Led Zeppelin II’s milestone 50th birthday, join your favourite 10 piece, 3 drummer, 3 drum-set troupe of minstrels, in offering a hats off to this momentous work!

Following 9 annual sold out shows, grab your tickets fast, before they’re all bloody gone.

Whole Lotta Zepp perform Led Zeppelin II - LIVE ALL AGES MATINEE
Oct 15

Brian Horgan “From The Blue”

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After sold out shows in Smock Alley Theatre, The Peacock Theatre and No 10 Ormond Quay, Brian is bringing a new show to the Sugar Club.

Featuring a band of some of the finest musicians on the circuit led by David Wray, ‘From the blue’ is a show featuring Brian’s original songs inspired by storytelling singers such as Charles Aznavour, Bette Midler, Harry Chapin and Carol King.

The show consists of songs and stories told from the mid-life point; what new dreams do you make, how do you re-fuel yourself after loss, what have you learnt, if anything? All sung and told with Brian’s unique warmth and humour.

On the night Brian is joined by the wonderful Roisin Sullivan. Roisin has appeared in all the major venues in the city, performed in the London Palladium and in international tours of Evita and Riverdance.

It’s a night to sit back, forget your worries and celebrate where you’re at and how you got there.

Brian Horgan “From The Blue”
Oct 17

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The Souljazz Orchestra

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“An explosive clash of Soul, Jazz, Afro, Latin and Caribbean styles, unleashed by blaring majestic horns, dusty vintage keyboards, and an arsenal of earthquaking percussion”

Since first arriving on the Canadian scene at the turn of the millenium, the Souljazz Orchestra has never stopped pushing the limits of its signature sound: an explosive clash of Soul, Jazz, Afro, Latin and Caribbean styles, unleashed by blaring majestic horns, dusty vintage keyboards, and an arsenal of earthquaking percussion.

The Souljazz Orchestra
Oct 20

Presented by MCD

Craig Finn

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Perhaps best known as the singer of the Hold Steady, Craig Finn is a Minnesota-bred singer, songwriter, and guitarist based out of New York City.

Combining literary influences like Jack Kerouac and John Berryman with the musical influences of Bruce Springsteen and fellow Minnesotan Paul Westerberg, Finn’s highly descriptive lyrical style has a focus on narrative, crafting whole worlds for the people in his songs to exist within.

After five albums with the band, the singer and songwriter tried his hand at a solo album during some downtime from his main project, and in 2012 released Clear Heart Full Eyes through Vagrant Records.

In 2015, Finn dropped his second solo album; Faith in the Future, released by Partisan Records, was drawn from a set of songs inspired by themes of loss and survival that Finn wrote in the wake of his mother’s death. His third record appeared in March 2017.

Craig Finn’s eagerly awaited new album, I Need A New War, arriving Friday, April 26 2019. The third album in a trilogy. I Need A New War once again sees Finn expertly chronicling our complex, often confusing, modern era, drawing deeply felt character studies about regular people trying to respond to extraordinary times, attempting to find connection whilst wondering how to keep pace with a world moving faster than they are. The LP further finds Finn focusing his lens on New York City – his home for the last 18 years.

Craig Finn will play the sugar club on Sunday October 20th with tickets from €25 incl booking fee on sale Wednesday 3rd April at 10am from Ticketmaster

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Craig Finn
Oct 21

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Bobby Oroza feat. Cold Diamond & Milk

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When Bobby Oroza and the Cold Diamond & Mink production duo first got together in the studio they cut “This Love”. That turned out to be a hell of a start. Since they originally released it in 2016 the tune has become somewhat of an underground hit. From the heavy air play at car shows and swap meets in the South West to being featured in numerous movies and tv shows, it even made it’s way to an Earl Sweatshirt mixtape. All of this has lead to a lot anticipation for Bobby Oroza’s debut full length which is appropriately named after the tune that started it all. Big Crown Records is proud to present the debut full length from Bobby Oroza, This Love.

Bobby was born in Helsinki, Finland into a family of musicians and artists where he would be exposed to a wide range of music early on. Frequent family parties at Bobby’s were thrown to the sounds of his grandfather playing Latin and Cuban classics on his guitar or to his parents record collection which was full of early jazz and blues, Motown, gospel hits, and doo-wops. The Soul records were balanced out by Brazilian, African, North and South American folk songs, and Nuyorican Salsa albums. All of these influences make appearances in Bobby’s music.

Bobby pushes the borders of soul and rock balladry and creates a sound distinctly his own. Cold Diamond & Mink provide a pitch perfect collec- tion of lo-fi, low-key classics on which Bobby’s smokey tenor floats atop, breaking hearts on some tunes and melting them on others. Maintaining the band’s signature dark and intimate aesthetic, they run the gamut of tempos, breaking hearts on some tunes and mending them on others. The group’s second single “Your Love Is Too Cold” is a stomper that blends the groovy soul drumming of early Motown records with guitar that could have been lifted from a James Bond score and has been getting heavy spins across the globe at soul parties and on radio shows. Bobby takes care of the dancers with a few up numbers, ranging from the northern soul nods on “Lonely Girl” & “Falling in Love” to the 70s jazz funk nod on “Keep On Believing”. However, the ballad lovers with the uncontrollable urge to two-step late into the night will be the real winners with “This Love”. Bobby thrives on the bed of dark and intimate sensuality found on tracks like “Alone Again”, “Down On My Knees”, and “Deja Vu”. The world is about bear witness, and surely be taken back by this strange and unique shade of Soul born in Finland but made for the whole world to enjoy.

Bobby Oroza feat. Cold Diamond & Milk