Combining elements of neo-soul, dub reggae, trip hop, african, folk and electronic music Kaya Street breaks with the conventions of genre stereotyping to embrace a diverse, bold and compelling sound.
Whether performing intimately on solo acoustic guitar or as part of a full live band/electronic sound with big basslines, wailing electric guitars and beautiful harmonies...its music for those who love their late nights lively or listening to sweet soulful songs...hypnotic and heartfelt...
The music has featured on BBC Introducing and Sky TV and received outstanding reviews from the likes of Miniature Music Press, Bristol 24/7 and Bearded Magazine.
"Love it, love it, love it" James Santer, BBC Introducing, Radio Devon
"Music that simply couldn't be any easier on the ears" Miniature Music Press
Its time for your next instalment of creative fun and games from Emily Draws, and this time we are taking over the PRSC warehouse! Come nice and early to get in all the fun before an early close at 12am
The apocalypse happened, and it was in the class of 2016. Dress code: Grease vs Mad Max. Prizes for best outfit and best make.
An hour of free life drawing class from Sketch Factory from 6-7 Art workshops from Miss Pea and Hatty Antink Drawing Battles and Do it Yourself Illustration wall Faceprinting from Claire Meows Face Painting
Live Art from: Michael Gambriel Mr.SLEVEN TOWNY
Live music from: Sam Foster Jay Rider and the Dreamers Kiah and The Collective
and the splendiferous BIG CHIEF YELLA TEETH spinning tunes to get us dancing. Tickets avaliable from Bristol Ticket Shop
Kiah and The Collective
Also featuring psyfrobeat sounds of Kaya Street and the mighty Midnight Zu!! :)