Brazilian Independence Day with Metá Metá at The Jazz Cafe


Saturday 7th September is the Brazilian Independence Day both in Brazil and here, at The Jazz Cafe

We’re excited to once again celebrate Brazilian Independence Day in Camden with a standout São Paulo-based group who embody the Afro-Brazilian cultural double-bond.

Metá Metá, whose breakout album featured the divine drumming of Tony Allen, mix the spiritual and rhythmic foundations of this bond with influences ranging from Afrobeat to Afrosambas and punk rock to be-bop.

The trio create chaotic, life-affirming music that explodes with the rage of The Stooges and Sonic Youth, the spirituality of John Coltrane and Sun Ra and the wild, avant-garde instrumentation of contemporary experimental-psychedelic outfits such as Melt Yourself Down and Goat.

London-based guitarist Josue Ferreira will be opening the night.

If you want to buy the tickets for the show, check The Jazz Cafe website.

When: Saturday 7th September
Where: The Jazz Café, 5 Parkway,Camden, London, NW1 7PG


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