Midweek Repeat: Jazzanova Live-ish 2pm Weds 15th April

During our temporary closure, we’re digging deep into the Band on the Wall archive to pick out some of our favourite recordings from gigs gone by. For our weekly Live-ish sessionwe’ll be broadcasting a full archive gig ‘as live’ for you to watch along every Friday evening at 7pm.

If you missed it on Friday last week, here’s one more chance to catch Jazzanova’s full gig, Live-ish.

Midweek Repeat: 2pm Wednesday 15th April – Jazzanova

The Berlin-based DJ/producer collective performed a two-night residency back in 2009, with a full live band especially for Band on the Wall’s re-opening, and here we show the gig in full for the first time.

One Europe’s foremost proponents of the nu-jazz, broken-beat and jazz-house styles, Jazzanova’s signature sound also incorporates elements of hip-hop and Brazilian beats to spectacular effect.

This stream is free to watch, but these are extremely difficult times for an independent non-profit organisation like Band on the Wall, so any and all donations are welcome and enormously helpful.

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To start the stream, hit play on the embedded YouTube Live video.

Next Live-ish Show: Marcos Valle, 7pm Friday 17th April

Marcos Valle has been one of the lynchpins and driving forces in Brazilian music for over four decades. With his brother, Paulo Sergio Valle, he wrote a number of hits and made his first album, Samba Demais, in 1964. He headed to the United States in the following year, where Walter Wanderley successfully recorded the classic Samba de Verão. In the 70s he incorporated rock and soul music into his sound creating a musical style entirely of his own writing hits such as Quarentão Simpático, Com Mais de Trinta and Mustang Cor de Sangue.

His career took a distinct pop turn in the 80s, and he managed to smash out one hit after another becoming a central figure in the second wave of bossa nova musicians. His swingy, dance-driven style, supported by inventive grooves, easily fitted the European dance styles, where his music became incredibly influential in the midst of 90s drum n bass leading to his music being known as ‘drum n bossa’.