Time: October 7, 2021 from 8pm to 10:30pm
Location: Karamel London, N22
Street: 4 Coburg Road
City/Town: London N22 6UJ
Website or Map: https://www.musicglue.com/kar…
Event Tag: events, jazz, live, music, haringey
Posted By: Collage Arts
Latest Activity: Oct 1, 2021
Collage Arts presents live music at Karamel with Pigfoot…
“The bluff, riotous and raucous UK quartet Pigfoot, with the horn-power of trumpeter Chris Batchelor and reeds player James Allsopp, the wacky grooving of drummer Paul Clarvis and increasingly electronic keyboard sound of Liam Noble applied to Heartbreak Hotel, Led Zeppelin’s Black Dog, Mozart, Stevie Wonder and a lot more.”
John Fordham - Guardian
Pigfoot was formed in 2014 by Chris Batchelor to apply an open and original improvised approach to classic 1920’s New Orleans themes, to transform, re-construct and revitalise the material. Through their ‘Pigoot Play’ series of gigs at the Vortex they have taken their explorations in all directions, with concert editions dedicated to Opera, Motown, Elvis, Bacharach and the hits of 1972, all spontaneously transmuted by the band’s wild musicality and wry humour.
Their latest highly acclaimed release Pigfoot Shuffle (Pokey 001) holds some of the highlights of this extensive repertoire. Chris Batchelor selects, transcribes and arranges all the material that this joyous bunch play, and at times takes on the role of the singer here, adapting his trumpet sound and approach to reflect the character of the source. The music often turns on the unpredictable fulcrum of Noble and Clarvis’ long term duo partnership, and the Pigfoot sound has taken a further leap with the introduction of Liam Noble’s creative and imaginative keyboard setup. Chris and James Allsopp have the freedom to combine as a flexible and powerful frontline, egged on by the inspired eccentricity of Paul Clarvis’ sparky and spiky drumming.
“Talk about originality. Pigfoot have absolutely nailed it….. you really do have to hear the music because it’s just so damned different. Of all the 10 numbers here, the most obvious standout is the absolutely electrifying version of Led Zeppelin’s Black Dog which positively leaps out of the speakers.”
Roger Farbey - Jazz Journal
Doors open at 7pm, and music starts at 8pm.
Karamel has a full air ventilation system installed. We have limited seats available due to current social distancing restriction. Please book a ticket in advance...
Thursday 7th October at 8pm
All welcome - £10 admission
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