Monthly Archives: December 2011

Poejazzi Recommends: House Party NYE @ The Cuban

At Tuesday’s Poejazzi, we gave away a pair of free tickets for House Party’s New Year’s Eve club night to one lucky customer. For those of you who: a) Haven’t as yet made NYE plans? b) Enjoy Old Skool (80’s, … Continue reading

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As Seen On Youtube: James Massiah’s ‘Swede’

Like we said, James Massiah is a don, one of the few spoken word artists truly deserving of the title ‘Rising Star.’ His performance at Poejazzi last Tuesday was Phenomenal with a capital ‘P,’ but if our word is good … Continue reading

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Photos from the Night: The King’s Will Launch

I think it’s safe to say last night was a success waaaaaay beyond our own expectations. The King’s Will -the long in gestation project by Musa Okwonga and Giles Hayter- delievered a performance that was visually and aurally off the … Continue reading

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LISTEN: ROKK feat Dean Atta: Y.B.G

I really like this. Dean Atta’s melodic spoken word sits comfortably over the pumping 90’s era minimal techno track. ┬áThis Kissy Sell-Out version is slightly sped up, but its original, spacious and slightly haunting version is a nice treat nonetheless. … Continue reading

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Poejazzi DEC13 Featuring James Massiah

Call it┬ámaking amends: we’ve known about James Massiah for a bit and a half, but we never got around to booking him because, well, we’re lazy like that we never got the right line up that suited his style and … Continue reading

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