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Upcoming events

Coda Sessions -October: Chris Fox & WardnParker
Oct 27 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm
Coda Sessions -October: Chris Fox & WardnParker

The final Coda Sessions event of 2019 presents the sensational duo WardnParker & the almighty Chris Fox, with a special return of the Coda House Band to open the event. This is an exclusive opportunity to see some fantastic Folk, Blues & Jazz and keep a warm vibe for a chilly Autumn Sunday evening!

Ward & Parker features the very talented Clifford Ward (The Willows) & John Parker (Nizlopi); their music consists of John Parker’s rhythmic Double-Bass punch and some great flowing fingerstyle acoustic from Cliff Ward, in addition to inspiring lyrics and vocal harmonies! This duo has had an incredible rise in popularity over the past year and Coda Sessions is proud to feature as a part of their Autumn tour!

Check out their latest release ‘ONE’ via their website here:

Chris Fox is an independent musician that has worked his way through the Cambridge music scene through the past few years, each year acclaiming presence at an increasing number of stages & festivals, most recently Cambridge Folk Festival. His music reflects passionate & thought-provoking topics through deep powerful vocals with bouncing guitar rhythms that combine strong elements of Folk & Blues.

Check out Chris Fox’s website here for updates & music:

Cambridge Jazz Festival: RICHARD SPAVEN + VERTAAL
Nov 14 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm

Richard Spaven is one of the most unique artists in the world. Triple threat drummer, composer, and producer, his voice rings true with clarity and promise. He is the point where jazz meets the world”
José James (Blue Note Records)

Richard Spaven’s widely acclaimed album The Self explores and defies genres, from Drum and Bass to Broken Beat to Dubstep and more. Spaven has gained international recognition and praise for supplying the drums for many artists on stage and in the studio. José James, Guru’s Jazzmatazz, Flying Lotus, The Cinematic Orchestra, TY and more recently Jameszoo.

Vertaal (Ajit Gill and Theo Howarth) are a progressive, jazz-funk duo, flirting with the sounds of hip-hop, electronic soul and all kinds of exotic melody.

Taking influence from artists such as Yussef Kamaal, Haitus Kaiyote, Robert Glasper and Alfa Mist, their ‘on-the-fly’ live shows feature an eclectic host of guest players and improvised interpretations of original songs making for a truly energising and unique musical experience every show.

SIMON TODD percussion

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Cambridge Jazz Festival: ROLLER TRIO + NOYA RAO
Nov 21 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm

Roller Trio are a unique band. Their sound is modern and gritty, pushing sonic boundaries to their limits. Switching the feel of a tune in a heartbeat from edgy improv to anthemic power riffs to reverb-swamped note storms, Roller Trio are powerful and progressive.

Their latest album, New Devizes, released on Edition Records in 2018, mix of high octane technicality and deceptively catchy tunes has transcended their Jazz heritage, bringing them acclaim from fans and critics alike.

With a line-up that includes Chris Sharkey, a guitarist at the cutting-edge of contemporary guitar improv, alongside James Mainwaring, saxophone & electronics and Luke Reddin-Williams, drums the experience is an exhilarating, rollicking ride – an exercise in freeform free fall, a three for all free-for-all, moderated by the musical logic and compositional rigour of the pieces.

Leeds-based electronic soul quartet Noya Rao are purveyors of lush enigmatic dreamscapes and grooving electronica.

Their compositions draw on influences from jazz, hip hop and electronic music while incorporating the sounds of the bass-heavy dub music synonymous with the Leeds music scene.

Featuring everything from rude 80s flavour to trippy disco and dreamy space jazz, their music demonstrates the merging of ethereal edginess and delicate songwriting.

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