JAW Family Takeover at Bambino / Live + DJ sets

JAW Family Takeover at Bambino / Live + DJ sets

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Jamael Dean & Sharada Shashidhar Quartet (Stones Throw - Los Angeles) LIVE 
Jamael Dean (Fender Rhodes/ Keys, SP404) Sharada Shashidhar (vocals, effects) Myles Martin (Drums) Jermaine Paul (e-bass)



JAW Family, Pablo Valentino (DJ Set)




JAW Family Takeover at Bambino Le collectif JAW Family débarque de Berlin et prend ses quartiers chez Bambino. Le dimanche 14 sera l'occasion de découvrir - autour de la JAW Family et du selecta lyonnais Pablo Valentino - le nouveau petit génie de l'écurie Stones Throw (Madlib, Dilla, Mf Doom, Aloe Blacc, Mndsgn) Jamael Dean, à peine 23 ans et déja dans les petits papiers des Kamasi Washington, Thundercat, Miguel Atwood Ferguson ou Carlos Niño. Accompagné de Sharada Shashidhar à la voix et de leur quartet, ils présenteront leur nouvel album "Primordial Waters"  paru cet automne sur le label US pour ce qui sera le premier concert live á Bambino et ça, ça se fête. 

Schedule - Dimanche 14 novembre
18h - Minuit 
19:30 - 20:30 live 

"When it comes to people like Kamasi Washington, Robert Glasper or Thundercat who became those mega names I really think the same is going to happen to this pianist, Jamael Dean“   —  Gilles Peterson

Hailing from the Los Angeles jazz circles are jazz prodigies Jamael Dean and Sharada Shashidhar. Jamael, the grandson of legendary soul jazz drummer Donald Dean, has toured with Kamasi Washington, Thundercat, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson and Carlos Niño. Jamael's music reflects the dual influence of his Los Angeles contemporaries and jazz ancestors. His works also include beats and production, like for Sharada's debut album Rahu. Sharada Shashidhar's soulful voice takes inspiration from jazz and Indian classical music, that influences her songwriting and productions. Her elaborate harmonies and vocal creativity come together in a new beat-orientated spiritual jazz. Together, Jamael and Sharada are also an integral part of the legendary Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra, founded by Horace Tapscott in 1961 and still active in various constellations since then.