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Tuesday 26th November 2019


— Fiddlers
Hailing from Congo’s Kinshasa, KOKOKO! make explosive protest music using self-made instruments
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Hailing from Congo’s Kinshasa, KOKOKO! make explosive protest music using self-made string instruments and percussive inventions pieced together from recycled scrap materials. While their rhythmic, DIY reinvention is inspired by the artistic movements of 1980s New York, it’s important to note that the five-piece are forging an electrifying path that’s raw, creative and entirely their own.

Encompassing their chaotic surroundings with intense, instrumental vigor, the band have been described as “genius” (AFROPUNK) and “an explosive new musical collective that thrives on ingenuity” (TIME). Sporting a punk attitude with psychedelic charm, this thriving alternative dance group need to be seen to be believed.

Plus support TBA

Ages 16+ (Under 18’s to be Accompanied by an adult)

This is a standing Colston Hall Presents show at Fiddlers, Willway St, Bristol BS3 4BG

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