Monday 18 April 2011

Teymour Housego @ Green Note on FRIDAY 22nd: BUY TICKETS + Haunting Bazaar on Itunes and CD BABY

Teymour Housego is one of the UK's leading multicultural flute payers with the bamboo Bansuri as his main instrument. He reveals his new album HAUNTING BAZAAR created with French lyrical guitarist/vocalist Yves Mensil  alongsid Kumar Raghunathan: vocals and violin & Renu Hossain: percussion at the GREEN NOTE, 
106 PARKWAY, CAMDEN LONDON NW1 7AN THIS FRIDAY - 22nd APRIL and you can get tickets via The Green Note

A sublime collection of transcultural songs and vocally-infused instrumental pieces, some acoustic whilst others are laced with electronica, punctuated by Teymour's haunting bamboo flute playing and Yves Mesnil's unique style of lyrical guitar playing and mesmorising vocals.

Teymour Housego  HAUNTING BAZAAR  
Now out on Itunes and CD Baby :

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Thursday 7 April 2011

Outerglobe newsflash: ONB @ Indigo 02 on Wednesday 25 MAY

*************************************************************************************************************  REMEMBER - SATURDAY 9th APRIL - WOM@TT presents ZONG ZING ALL STARS           @    The TABERNACLE, Powis Square, London W11 2AY from 8-10.30pm. Scroll earlier in this blog for more info and remember to get your £5 advance tickets from : we got tickets 
You can also find out more at Carnival Village's website and at WOM@TT's pages  
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Save the date! Wednesday 25th MAY! WHY? ONB - the brilliant North African/French big band are back in the UK for a fabulous and unmissable date at the 02 and Outerglobe has all the lowdown ... stay tuned for special offers on this page in the next couple of weeks

As Songlines magazine says  the " ten-piece band from the Barbes district of Paris are at the top of their game because they can dabble in a dozen different styles, yet still have their own distinct sound which is recognisable after only a few bars. Having been fairly quiet for almost ten years, they returned in 2008 with the confident and high-spirited Alik and their new album Rendezvous Barbes consolidates that return with its jaunty, agreeably rough-round the edge rowdiness. Long may they continue to mix Middle Eastern and African grooves with Parisian panache and bravado. It's rare for music to be this fun without for one moment becoming superficial. Fans of both Rachid Taha and Les Negresses Vertes should investigate."

You can link to the ticket site through or direct at Indigo 02 tickets