Monthly Archives: December 2011

Poejazzi Recommends: House Party NYE @ The Cuban

At Tuesday’s Poejazzi, we gave away a pair of free tickets for House Party’s New Year’s Eve club night to one lucky customer. For those of you who: a) Haven’t as yet made NYE plans? b) Enjoy Old Skool (80′s, 90′s) Hip Hop, RnB and New Jack Swing? c) Do not want to spend NYE ...

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As Seen On Youtube: James Massiah’s ‘Swede’

Like we said, James Massiah is a don, one of the few spoken word artists truly deserving of the title ‘Rising Star.’ His performance at Poejazzi last Tuesday was Phenomenal with a capital ‘P,’ but if our word is good enough, the wonderful lads from Complex Elite filmed and edited one of his poems for ...

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Photos from the Night: The King’s Will Launch

I think it’s safe to say last night was a success waaaaaay beyond our own expectations. The King’s Will -the long in gestation project by Musa Okwonga and Giles Hayter- delievered a performance that was visually and aurally off the scales, to a packed out audience. But you don’t have to take our word for ...

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LISTEN: ROKK feat Dean Atta: Y.B.G

I really like this. Dean Atta’s melodic spoken word sits comfortably over the pumping 90′s era minimal techno track.  This Kissy Sell-Out version is slightly sped up, but its original, spacious and slightly haunting version is a nice treat nonetheless. Personally would’ve released it in 2012- would’ve been a brilliant opener to the year. [soundcloud ...

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Poejazzi DEC13 Featuring James Massiah

Call it making amends: we’ve known about James Massiah for a bit and a half, but we never got around to booking him because, well, we’re lazy like that we never got the right line up that suited his style and content. Yes, we consider these things; we don’t just lump people together and hope pigs ...

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