Feelin’ Good presents: Ill Considered at Servant Jazz Quarters
Feelin’ Good returns for an almighty Good Friday session with the undisputed kings of current British Jazz – ILL CONSIDERED – The Wildflower spin off and hottest new UK Jazz act. They’ll be making this special night the album launch party for Ill Considered 3 as well as playing a killer set from their debut self titled sell out LP. New LP in stores on April 1st (The new LP will be available to buy on the night!)
Plus jazz vibes and world funk from the vinyl vaults of Maxwell Pastor (Diggers Dozen) & Gavin Povey (Jazz Detective Records).
Maxwell Pastor runs the hugely successful Diggers Dozen night at the Ace Hotel, with a clever curation of DJ’s playing their 12 most loved original vinyl treasures. Strictly original vinyl only; no reissues, compilations or bootlegs. Diggers Dozen has seen some of the rarest recordings being appreciated by an educated crowd of music lovers.
Gavin Povey (Jazz Detective) is a DJ with pedigree that harks back to the heart of the Bristol Music scene of the late 80’s and 90’s. Running and promoting the most successful jazz nights of the era including Feelin’ Good, Steppin’ Out and Orgy In Rhythm on the legendary Thekla club ship. He was responsible for bringing acts such as Roy Ayers and Gil Scott-Heron to the West Country in the days of club folklore during a golden era of musical significance. He now runs a boutique record label (Jazz Detective Records) that will see some super obscure reissues being released soon.
The Servant Jazz Quarters is a small basement venue with a big feel. It will be steamy night of deep grooves and jazz dancing and a front row experience to see the mighty Ill Considered play a set from their debut self titled LP alongside fresh material from their upcoming release. A perfect venue to host this band and a great night anticipated.
Due to the capacity restrictions, be sure to book in advance to guarantee a space and avoid disappointment.