69 Hope Street
Cape Town, Western Cape
20:30 - Late
Join The Cooking Kitchen this First Thursdays for the special event “Night Service” hosted at the Stags Head (EVOL) in Hope Street.
The Cooking Kitchen (@CookingKitchenDotCom) is a music podcast that seeks to tell the stories of all the people who make up Cape Town’s music scene. From female sound engineers to the shy poster makers and of course the bands and DJs everyone loves, TCK makes sure everyone’s voice is heard.
To share the love a little bit more with our listeners TCK will be hosting the first party of many called Night Service to tantalize the taste buds of all who walk through the doors. The line up of queens is a powerhouse of sounds and consists of:
Pure (@OfficiallyPURE) – Neo-soul, Future R&B
Tzara (@tzaraboring) – Dream Pop, Experimental Electronic
Dragmother (@glitterisdead) – groovey funk
Nodiggity (@nodiggity1995) – House, gqom, jazz and jazz-hop
On top of this, there will be serval artists exhibiting and selling their working including Nicola Harris and the team behind OBviouZly ART (@obviouzlyartsa).
Doors open at 8:30
Artwork by Ian Jepson
This First Thursday The Cooking Kitchen is hosting its very first party *NIGHT SERVICE*
We are taking ourselves out of the kitchen and onto the streets!
The sous chefs of the night will be serving you all kinds of tasty tunes to get your groove on to. And as an amuse-bouche local artists will also be exhibiting their work brought to you by OBviouZly ART
20:30 Doors open - DJ Playlist by yours truly, The Cooking Kitchen
Tzara’s eclectic sound is like nothing you’ve heard. With influences ranging from Ivy Lab to Amy Winehouse to Portishead, her bipolar tendencies tie her to no one particular genre. Somewhere between experimental electronica, glitch hop, and dark dream pop, TZARA’s sound is easy to fall in love with and hard to describe.
Listen to Tzara here:
Pure is all about self expression and freedom of heart. Purity Mkhize uses this, her latest project, as an ever evolving, ever reflecting entity that speaks and creates without fear. She invites everyone to join her on her quest for transcendence and healing.
Check out Purity's latest video:
Dragmother will be casting her spell on the decks with a set she describes as Electronic Demon Sex.
Have a taste of it here:
This dope duo of audio and visual curators consists of two talented womxn who are making their mark through djing, design and whatever mediums and platforms that are available to them. They describe their djing style as a “House, gqom, jazz and jazz hop – same Whatsapp group”. They mix the classics over new school beats. They mix new school vocals over old school beats which makes their mixes sound timeless but, at the same time, incredibly current.
Give them a listen below:
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