Fruit Palace presents: Next level soul, electronica and R&B act RUTH ROYALL & THE CERULEAN PROJECT. THE LBJBs good times heavy funk and rising trio WALDO'S GIFT combining jazz, groove, maths & electronica. DJ RAMSAY on the 1s and 2s dropping afrobeat, funk and soul through to grime and DnB to make yuh move. Plus FP organiser spinning conscious good times reggae, hip hop, bass and jungle. |LIVE| ?RUTH ROYALL & THE CERULEAN PROJECT? www.ruthroyall.com www.facebook.com/ruthroyllmusic RUTH ROYALL & THE CERULEAN PROJECT whose soundscapes hold you like a sonic hug. Ruth's music comes from her core, layered with joy, melancholy, a hybrid of old and new. Blithely crossing boundaries of soul, electronica and R&B. Honed after years of experimenting with her sound and performing as a jazz singer on the UK and Berlin circuits. "One of the most versatile singers I've worked with" - Mo Pleasure (Earth Wind and Fire) 'The Southwest's Princess of Soul' - Sam Bonham (BBC Introducing) ?THE LBJBs? www.facebook.com/TheLBJBs www.soundcloud.com/thelbjbs The LBJBs play heavy funk tunes with their own twist and are ramming dance floors wherever they go especially at LeftBank Bristol for their weekly residency. The 5 piece are breaking out to larger audiences recently playing the Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club and Glastonbury. Don't miss the chance to see them play Hootananny Brixton for the first time. The band features musicians who have played live or recorded with Dr Meaker, HeadShy and Dennis Rollins. ?WALDO'S GIFT? www.facebook.com/waldosgift Armed with top notch musicianship WALDO'S GIFT combine jazz, groove, maths and electronica. This rising trio bring an unparalleled intensity to their performances which consistently see audiences mesmerised. Gaining notoriety from their weekly residency at north Bristol's burgeoning musical hub The Gallimaufry. Featuring James Vine (Cousin Kula, FeelGood Experiment) on drums, Harry Stoneham (Route2Roots) on bass and Alun Elliot-Williams on guitar who has quickly become one of the most in demand guitarists in Bristol. James won the Love Supreme Jazz Festival Discovery Competition in 2016 with his soul/hip hop hop outfit FeelGood Experiment. While Cousin Kula have recently been hotly tipped by NME, BBC6 Music and Line of Best Fit. With Route2Roots, Harry has supported the likes of Akala, Wu Tang and Talib Kweli.
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