Saturday 16th of November 2019, 7.30 PM

Red River Dialect

Their new album, out September 27th, has just been named Folk Album of the Month in the Guardian, who said “Fans of Will Oldham will find succour” as they bring “alternate seduction and disquiet on this worldly album steeped in the British landscape”. MOJO called RRD “The most underrated folk-rock band in Britain” and elsewhere they have been compared to Talk Talk, Fairport Convention, John Martyn and Dirty Three. Join them for their first show in over a year at Servant Jazz Quarters in London on November 16th. A full UK and Ireland tour will follow in February 2020.

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“imagine Steve Gunn transplanted to Kernow and you’d be close” – Clash Music

“Red River Dialect are a rare British treasure” – John Mulvey, MOJO

“Theirs is a focused longing, a confusion of soul, a visionary lamentation that fixes them in blood to The Waterboys’ Fisherman’s Blues, Talk Talk’s Laughing Stock, and Fairport Convention’s Full House” – MC Taylor, Hiss Golden Messenger

“Brimming with glorious dizzying energy and tension, primitive and cut loose from modern constraints. Impossible to resist.” – Folk Radio UK

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Friday 6th of December 2019, 7.30 PM

Biodiversity: Monzanto Sound + Still Moving + Deathcrash

Price: £5 Buy tickets
Saturday 7th of December 2019, 6 PM

SJQ Bar Open

Price: Free
Sunday 8th of December 2019, 8 PM

Tara Clerkin Trio (DJ) // Laura Lies In

Price: Free

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