Saturday 24 February 2018
Price: FREE b4 9pm, £6 after
Time: 9pm - 3am
ID: Entry only with valid ID
FRUIT PALACE presents RUTH ROYALL & THE CERULEAN PROJECT, blithely crossing boundaries of soul, electronica and R&B. Honed after years of experimenting with her sound and performing as a jazz singer on the UK and Berlin circuits.
“One of the most versatile singers I’ve worked with” – Mo Pleasure (Earth Wind and Fire)
‘The Southwest’s Princess of Soul’ – Sam Bonham (BBC Introducing) +
ANDY V Born and raised in Melbourne, Australia, ANDY V is certainly a one of a kind artist and act. Skilled across a range of instruments, Andy has created his very own live looping set that will impress and amaze his audiences. Since the age of 13, Andy has been honing his skills as a jazz drummer, saxophonist, keyboardist and vocalist. In recent years, Andy has established himself as right hand man to independent superstar, DUB FX.
THE LBJBs play heavy funk tunes with their own twist and are ramming dance floors wherever they go. The 5 piece recently played the Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club and Glastonbury. The band features musicians who have played live or recorded with Dr Meaker, HeadShy and Dennis Rollins. +
WALDO’S GIFT, Armed with top notch musicianship WALDO’S GIFT combine jazz, groove, maths and electronica. This rising trio bring an unparalleled intensity to their performances which consistently see audiences mesmerised. +
RAMSAY fell in love with DJing at 13, when he first saw someone use two turntables and a mixer, and has been selecting and mixing for dancefloors ever since. He fuses together an eclectic selection covering genres from afrobeat and jazz through to grime and drum and bass to take you on a rhythmical journey. Expect infectious rhythms to keep your feet moving. +
FRUIT PALACE DJ impresario dropping conscious good times reggae, hip hop, bass and jungle. Supporting The Hempolics, Eva Lazarus, Blend Mishkin, L’Entourloop, Cian Finn, Dizraeli & DownLow, Mr Woodnote & Lil Rhys, Normanton Street, MC Xander, The Drop, London Afrobeat Collective, KOG & The Zongo Brigade and Lazy Habits over the years.