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King Capisce make instrumental music that takes both from the post-rock and jazz idioms.
In 2010 they released their debut album ‘King Capisce’ which established them as an exciting cross-genre talent, fusing jazz with other influences to create a sound that is unmistakably their own. They followed this in 2011 with their single 'If Not Now, Then When?'
Capisce make music that is lyrical as well as sometimes dissonant, direct yet sometimes elaborate.
The Brudenell is a lively and fun loving venue that embraces music and art under a wide and diverse umbrella that has no boundaries.
Our open music policy believes in freedom and creation and holds the belief that music and expression provide useful social interaction.
It is a community ‘non profitmaking’ venue, that holds charitable status, based in Leeds 6. The Brudenell Social Club is owned by its members, run by its members, for its members.
The Brudenell is most famous for hosting secret gigs for bands like Franz Ferdinand and the Kaiser Chiefs. However, it has been a centrepiece of the Leeds music scene for a number of years, and hosts gigs most nights of the week, which are put on by a variety of local promoters.
Appearing alongside Koyo and Tall Talker
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33 Queens Road,
0113 275 2411