The Book Club, 100 Leonard Street, London, EC2A 4RH, United Kingdom
Cut The Line moves East this bank holiday Sunday with a house, garage and UK bass special featuring some of the city?s finest DJs from Public Demand, Outlook Festival, ID Magazine and Pack London. Headlining, they are proud to present UK garage legend Jaimeson, the man behind such hits as 'True' and 'Urban Hero'. Joining him, they have Outlook resident, Boyson, ID Magazine?s Hutch, and Pack London resident Pesk.
†Following a string of sell out shows, Marsala are back at Camelot for another huge party! Marsala covers some of the best music from Cuba, Colombia, Brazil, Macedonia, Serbia, Bosnia, Russia, France, Italy, Spain, Zimbabwe‚¶
They do Gypsy Music, Tango, Salsa, Samba, the African Township thing, French Rap, Italian Jazz, Tom Waits songs, Russian Folk songs‚¶ anything to make audiences feel passionately and dance beautifully. They create passion and romance where ever they go. Audiences can‚t help but dance and fall in love with each other‚s traditions.
Marsala is more of an institution than a band. It brings together the life work and study of some outstanding musicians. They bring together knowledge and understanding of various traditions and continue to explore and present ‚the world‚ in music.‚ Some of the incredible featured musicians in Marsala include‚¶
Vladimir Khusid grew up in Azerbaijan and studied trumpet under the rigors of communism. He worked as a trumpet player for all of his early life. He left the USSR during the cold war and the price he paid for taking his family to the west was to have his trumpet, his lively hood confiscated at the airport as they were leaving. He worked in a bread shop in Sydney until he could buy an instrument, learned English and is now one of Sydney‚s most respected and well rounded trumpet players as well as being in charge of the brass at Sydney Boys Grammar School. His maturity, wisdom and astonishing playing brings worlds of experience in classical, jazz and traditional Eastern European musical traditions.
Lupco Stojcevski, who learned the Macedonian tradition of music and saxophone from his father Blagoja Stojcevski. This family has kept that tradition alive and strong in Sydney. The saxophone is a totally unique instrument in the hands of a Macedonian musician and this is a strong feature of the Marsala World Music Mix. Lupco‚s sax playing has to be seen and heard to be believed!