The Blues Project Is Bringing Its SENSES Night To KOKO Camden With Emmavie, Full Crate &

The Blues Project has been flying the flag for R&B for the past six years and the latest edition of SENSES promises to be the biggest yet.

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Having already sold out The Jazz Cafe and The Blues Kitchen Manchester, UK R&B and soul platform The Blues Project is bringing its SENSES live music experience to KOKO Camden next month (October 8) with a stacked line-up of talent from the UK, US and Europe, each of whom will be backed by a full live band.

Flying over from the Netherlands is Dutch-Armenian DJ, producer and songwriter Full Crate, a prolific producer who’s worked with and remixed Syd (The Internet), Beyoncé, JoJo, Shakka, and more. Also on the bill will be Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter, a singer-songwriter known for his arrestingly delicate style who turned in a stunning performance of his recent singles “AM/FM” and “Blessed” for COLORS Studio in June. 

Completing the bill is homegrown DJ, producer, and singer-songwriter Emmavie, a prodigious talent known for her blissful, self-produced beats and uniquely rich vocal style. 

On top of that, The Blues Project has also got the all-star Girls Can’t DJ selectors on record-spinning duties. Bridging the gap between three countries’ thriving scenes, the night promises to be an unmissable date in the diary of any self-respecting R&B or soul head, so grab your tickets now, either from SEE or DICE.

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