Sat, 16 Sept|
Jaminaround 2023 part 2
Another memorable night of music in the one and only Cranborne Earthouse. An eclectic line-up of top quality entertainment including performances from; Lianne La Havas, Nok Cultural Ensemble, Olayá and Hector Plimmer (DJ set).
Time & Location
16 Sept 2023, 17:00
Cranborne, Damerham Road, Cranborne, Wimborne BH21 5RP, UK
About The Event
The usual eclectic musical adventure under the Earthouse dome, through styles, geographic influences, tempos and vibes, curated to excite, energise, inspire, wiggle and jiggle all in equal measure!
English singer/songwriter and guitarist and all around star Lianne La Havas is performing at Jaminaround! Lianne announced her arrival in the world of music in the early 2010s with a mostly acoustic and hushed hybrid of alternative folk and soul. She found success with the release of her debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?, which reached number five in the U.K. She has continued to refine her increasingly distinctive style with Blood (2015), a number two U.K. hit nominated for a Grammy, and her third LP, Lianne La Havas (2020). Lianne’s biggest hits include “Green and Gold”, “Unstoppable”, “Gone”, as well as an incredible cover of Dionne Warwick’s “I Say a Little Prayer”, and a show stopping Tiny Desk performance for NPR Music. One major fan was Prince, who had La Havas contribute to his 2014 album Art Official Age. Around the same time, she also appeared on recordings by Alt-J and Tourist.
Nok Cultural Ensemble is a brand new project led by Nigerian-British musician Edward Wakili-Hick (Sons of Kemet, Steam Down, Kokoroko). The band combines diverse Afro-diasporic percussive traditions. Glitching beats unfold on African timelines, expressed through free jazz sensibilities with the pulse of dub technologies. This collective features an impressive line up of Onome Edgeworth (Kokoroko), Joseph Deenmamode (Mo Kolours), Dwayne Kilvington (Wonky Logic), Nubya Garcia, Theon Cross, Sulyiman(Afrorack), Watusi87 (RU1 Fam), Zarak (Blue Alchemy), Niyabja aka Simeline Jean-Baptiste(DJ Noss), David Wehinm (Omah Lay, Ezra Collective) and Angel Bat Dawid.
Olayá is a brand new female-led flute and percussion band inspired by Northeastern Brazilian bandas de pifanos (bamboo flutes), with the elemental force of flutes, vocal harmonies, percussion and bass. Olayá’s music is heavily rhythmic and contagiously fun, with quirky arrangements of traditional Brazilian tunes plus original compositions.
Olayá’s musicians have long been at the forefront of London’s Brazilian music scene. They have played in festivals and venues internationally with a plethora of artists including Gal Costa, Gilberto Gil, Alvorada and Antonio Forcione and have appeared on BBC Radio 3, Jazz FM, Worldwide FM and the West End stage.
Hector Plimmer has steadily built a career bridging scenes and sounds, from beats to jazz, broken beat, house and techno, whilst at the same time honing a distinctive sound, balancing lovingly crafted low-end with precision engineered percussion and a knack for enticing melody and arrangements.
As with his own music, Hector's DJing style reflects his broad musical tastes, both old and new, from jazz to techno via instrumental hip hop. After eights years presenting on NTS throughout the internet radio station’s stratospheric ascendency, in 2020 Plimmer launched his well timed ‘Soothing Sounds’ show for Gilles Peterson’s Worldwide FM, before shifting gears to a broader range of sounds and renaming it ‘Circular Sounds’.
- Ticket type
Ticket permits one person overnight stay in tent or campervan on the Jaminaround off-site camping field which is 15-20 minute walk from the site. Ticket is person not per tent or vehicle. A map and directions to the camping field will be sent out the day before the event.Price£5.00
+£0.13 service fee+£0.13 service feeSale ended
- Ticket type
Permits entry to the event from 5pm on Saturday 16th September. Does not include food or camping.Price£40.00
+£1.00 service fee+£1.00 service fee