Lack of Afro

Bassment, Chelmsford, GB

£8.00 ADV £10.00 OTD
Entry Requirements: 18+
General Admission (e-ticket)
$12.31 + $1.23 s/c

For those who missed their last, sold out show here in our low slung basement, now's your chance to grab yourselves a night of funk & soul straight from the top drawer!

Lack of Afro “One of my favourite producers – he knows his way around a good single that one. Totally excellent.” Lauren Laverne (BBC 6 Music)

“One of the kings of modern soul.” (Juno Records)

“Making great music and always making it interesting.” Jamie Cullum (Grammy Award winner)

Hot off the release of his critically acclaimed fifth studio record, "Hello Baby", multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer Adam Gibbons (aka Lack of Afro) is back behind the mixing desk crafting his next album. Slated for release in early 2018, this record will mark an incredible decade in music for Gibbons.

LOA ha worked with the likes of Joss Stone, Tom Jones, The Pharcyde, Professor Elemental, Craig Charles, Wax, Herbal T, Kraak & Smaak, The Hot 8 Brass Band, Flo Rida & Chance The Rapper to name a few.

Proving that he is not just a studio hermit, the Lack of Afro Live Band has gained a formidable reputation for sell-out concerts across the UK. The band features Gibbons himself on bass, percussion, occasional saxophone and drums, with many of the other players also swapping instruments, making for a truly unique live show. The new Lack of Afro album will be released in March 2018.

Come check out the new material alongside some stone cold classics!

“Absolutely loving this!” Jo Whiley (BBC Radio 2)

“Such a talent – album of the year for me, just a little bit special.” Craig Charles (BBC Radio 2 / 6 Music)

“Properly lovely, always like what I hear from this guy!” Cerys Matthews (BBC 6 Music)

Support TBA soon.

After the live show, it’s strictly classic jams from Prince to Bowie, Grandmaster Flash to Nirvana, Bob Marley to The Stones...right the way through to 4am!

8pm - 4am £8 ADV TKTS HERE £10 OTD

18+, please bring ID

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Lack of Afro