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Andrew Ashong, hailing from the Forest Hill, by way of Ghana, brings his critically acclaimed blend of jazz, funk and soul to mark the official launch of our new weekly live music programme. Hailed by industry luminaries such as Giles Petterson, Annie Mac and Huey Morgan, his laid-back psychedelic grooves have been compared to the likes of Shuggie Otis, Bill Withers and Roy Ayers. 

He's the psych-soul brother stoned on ethereal jazzy grooves” The Guardian

Theon Cross Fyah
is a London based Tuba player and composer and is one of the key components of the city’s thriving young jazz scene. He has made a name for himself for providing his own unique brand of swaggering Tuba Bass in jazz and various other styles of music. Most significantly in the award winning four-piece Sons of Kemet. He has also worked with a range of other well known musicians including Moses Boyd, Jon Batiste & Stay Human, Pharoahe Monch, Emelie Sande and Kano.

In addition to his work in these projects he skillfully leads his own powerful and eclectic group exploring the diverse range of musical sounds of London through his compositions. His debut release ‘Aspirations’ was one of the most impactful of 2015 putting him up for two nominations for Best Instrumentalist of the year (Jazz Fm Awards 2016) and Best Jazz Newcomer (Parliamentary Awards 2016).

Incredible!” Gilles Peterson

Theon Cross crucially embraces the bass and rhythm role with exuberant inventiveness” The Guardian

the Londoner has brought a unique and funky style to the tuba”

Theon Cross plays the tuba as if it’s a Roland 303, generating deep, Flubber-like bass lines as well as wild squalls, percussive pops and dubstep bwaps” The Quietus