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Dominic J Marshall

Pizza Express Jazz Club, W1D 3RW , [Venue Details]

Pianist, composer, vocalist, beatmaker, producer Dominic J Marshall's 2013 album 'Spirit Speech' led him to be unanimously selected by Jamie Cullum, Gilles Peterson and Jez Nelson to perform at BBC Introduces, Manchester Jazz Festival that year.

Tuesday,
16 Jul 2024
@8.00pm

In 2015 Dominic became the pianist for British nu-jazz group The Cinematic Orchestra, with whom he has performed all over the world including at Montreux Jazz Festival, Glastonbury Festival, Tokyo SummerSonic, Brixton Academy, Royal Festival Hall and LA’s Walt Disney Concert Hall. He also co-wrote 'Lessons', one of the hits from their acclaimed album 'To Believe'.

Dominic's hip-hop covers album Cave Art was one of KMHD’s top 10 jazz albums of 2015. UK Vibe called 2016's The Triolithic "a very entertaining and refreshingly original album that is worthy of high praise." 2017’s beat-tape Silence’s Garden sold out quickly on Acorn Tapes, Bringing Down The Band reflecting "These tracks have a great vintage texture, and a whole lot of bounce". Cave Art volume 2 sold out in 2 days and was played on radio by DJ Househoes & J-Rocc.

It was Compassion Fruit, Dominic’s first vinyl release as a solo artist, that “exhibited his talents as a producer and multi-instrumentalist so well you’d think he’s been in the game for a decade with 5 albums behind him” (In Search of Media).

More Information

  • Admission: £18.00

  • Performer name: Dominic J Marshall

  • Doors open: 6:30 pm

  • Age restriction: Recommended 7+

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Dominic J Marshall

Tuesday, 16 Jul 2024 @8.00pm

Pizza Express Jazz Club, W1D 3RW

More Information

Pianist, composer, vocalist, beatmaker, producer Dominic J Marshall's 2013 album 'Spirit Speech' led him to be unanimously selected by Jamie Cullum, Gilles Peterson and Jez Nelson to perform at BBC Introduces, Manchester Jazz Festival that year.

In 2015 Dominic became the pianist for British nu-jazz group The Cinematic Orchestra, with whom he has performed all over the world including at Montreux Jazz Festival, Glastonbury Festival, Tokyo SummerSonic, Brixton Academy, Royal Festival Hall and LA’s Walt Disney Concert Hall. He also co-wrote 'Lessons', one of the hits from their acclaimed album 'To Believe'.

Dominic's hip-hop covers album Cave Art was one of KMHD’s top 10 jazz albums of 2015. UK Vibe called 2016's The Triolithic "a very entertaining and refreshingly original album that is worthy of high praise." 2017’s beat-tape Silence’s Garden sold out quickly on Acorn Tapes, Bringing Down The Band reflecting "These tracks have a great vintage texture, and a whole lot of bounce". Cave Art volume 2 sold out in 2 days and was played on radio by DJ Househoes & J-Rocc.

It was Compassion Fruit, Dominic’s first vinyl release as a solo artist, that “exhibited his talents as a producer and multi-instrumentalist so well you’d think he’s been in the game for a decade with 5 albums behind him” (In Search of Media).

  • Admission: £18.00

  • Performer name: Dominic J Marshall

  • Doors open: 6:30 pm

  • Age restriction: Recommended 7+

Thanks for looking at Halibuts.

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