Jam Packed Presents: Cousin Kula, Jouis & Time for T - 15th Sep 2017 / 21:00 @ The Jam Jar Bristol
From the curators of The Jam Jar Collective, Jam Packed presents Cousin Kula & Guests for their follow up headline show almost one year on.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15th.
COUSIN KULA SINGLE LAUNCH SHOW ~
Celebrating the launch of their fourth single 'WORKING FOR IT'.
Named as one of the top acts in Bristol this year by NME this is not a show you want to miss. Their unique psych pop sound features incredibly tight musicianship with jazzy brass, psychedelic organs, a funky rhythm section and soulful lead vocals .
"Sometimes you can tell from the first listen that there’s a spark behind a band. Cousin Kula provide something dreamy and leftfield with their first single ‘Hesitation’." NME
"Cousin Kula are on the up in Bristol, with their psych-pop offerings piquing interests across the city (and beyond). [They] instantly infect your brain."
"The screwball odyssey sees the mysterious group meddle with the script, welding psych freakouts to slick R&B/pop vocals and veering wildly between lush '60s froth and Warp-esque experiments. It's a blitzkrieg of fun and impish U-turns that leaves you restless for more." Line of Best Fit
"It’s worth playing on loop for the synth solo at the end” BBC 6Music
With support from
Time for T.
Comprised of smooth eclecticism, TIME FOR T have risen from the creative centrifuge that is the southern UK city of Brighton via Portugal, Switzerland and all corners of England. Their unique breed of sound travels through a rhythm of afrobeat, indie, folk and rock & roll to create waves that grow with torrential intensity. With a UK Spotify Viral Charts number 1 single and radioplay on BBC 1 and 6 under their belt, they release their debut album on the 15th of September - at this very show.
Progressive Psychedelic Trio, fresh out of Brighton. There’s an upbeat feeling with echoes of vintage Laurel Canyon harmony vocals and guitar jangles running through Jouis’ songs as befits a band named after jouissance, the ultimate pleasure principle.