Sun 20 Oct Doors 1.30pm
Price: From £12 adv + booking fee
‘Norwich is an enchanting place… music emanates from littlehubs of creativity scattered across the city and down every winding path there’s something wild to discover.’
Wild Paths is a brand new city-wide music festival launching this year in Norwich.
Performing in the Club at OPEN will be:
Jerome Thomas is best known for his distinct, soothing sound which samples various genres of music; from soul and jazz, to jungle, hip-hop and RnB. In just one year, Thomas has headlined sold out shows at Bush Hall, Camden Assembly, Hackney Empire, Queen Of Hoxton, and Notting Hill Arts Club; as well as callobrating with industry pioneers including Black The Ripper, Che Lingo, Davinche, Etched, Footsie, and Technimatic, just to name a few. Additionally, Jerome has received strong support from the likes of BBC 1Xtra, Complex, Highsnobiety, i-D, and Radio 1.
Has seen huge support from Rinse FM, Worldwide FM and Tom Misch. Kwaku’s emergence onto the scene is a bold one and the young London artist already seems destined for very big things this year
With a growing audience, he uses storytelling techniques to vividly narrate his journey through music that draws inspiration from neo-soul, R&B, and hip hop. He has already made an impressive mark with his R&B flair and empowering lyrics
The Way That You Move: https://youtu.be/hdUr74WbEyc
Hailing from Camden Town, north London, Desta French is a clear example of the cultural influences weaved into London’s genetic make up, due to the waves of diaspora from around the world. Her parents are both immigrants of Colombian and Italian decent, and you can hear this loudly and see it clearly through her 360 approach as a musical artist. Her music is predominantly soulful, with R&B and hip hop undertones that she grew up listening to. More recently infusing folkloric flavours from her motherland and pioneering a new wave of Latino/London fusions to the world.
Monster Florence are an emerging 6 piece Hip-Hop act that are making serious waves across both sides of the Atlantic. Exploding on to the scene with their two EP releases ‘The Groove’ and ‘Bad Gear’ in 2016. With their debut going straight in at No.5 in iTunes Hip Hop Charts, their second body of work saw them receive heavyweight plaudits from the likes of Pigeons & Planes and Notion Magazine due completely to the strength of their underground heat through tracks like ‘Anne Boleyn’ and ‘Gwolla’ - sending serious Underachievers and Flatbush Zombies signals.
Frankie Dean known by his stage name Franko Fraize is an independent British rapper from Thetford, Norfolk
Jungle Brown is a dynamic collective rooted in hip-hop/grime and finds freedom in forward thinking ideas. Influenced by the likes of Solange, Sampha and Kendrick Lamar, Jungle Brown released their debut album ‘Flight 314’, in February 2016, successfully reaching well in excess of 400,000 streams. Since, the three-peice have played festivals including Boomtown and Glastonbury, and have shared stages with the likes of Ghostface Killah, EPMD, Big Daddy Kane, De La Soul and Prodigy, to name a few. the collective have rallied up press from the likes of NME, RWD mag, worked with Lewi White, garnered plays from DJ Limelight (BBC), DJ MK (Kiss FM) and Target (BBC).
Keep It Movin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3q3sXf5JS3g
This pass also includes entry to the Wild Paths late night Jazz Jam featuring: Yadasofi & friends (performing artists & secret guests from across the weekends schedule) this will be a very special and unique event...
Please note this is 14+ until midnight then becomes an 18+
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Refunds will only be given if the event is cancelled or postponed.
A percentage of our booking fee goes towards the running of our charity.