DOORS – 7.30pm
BREMER/MCCOY – 9:00pm
Bremer/McCoy’s unique sound is slowly starting to make an impact beyond the boundaries of Denmark. Since 2013 they have released three full length albums on the Danish label Raske Plader and 2019 will see the release of their fourth album.
Jonathan Bremer (born 1991) and Morten McCoy (born 1992) are childhood friends and their almost symbiotic way of working together creates not only a sound that makes perfect sense but also very intense and intimate live performances. The Danish duo’s meditative and intense blend of jazz and dub music is nothing but captivating. No computers are ever involved in their recording processes; they record everything straight onto tape recorders and when they play live, they bring their homebuilt soundsystem in order to ensure adequate depth in the lower frequencies. Bremer/McCoy is greatly influenced by the sound and culture surrounding dub music, and the quality of sound is of extreme importance to them, both when recording and performing live.
All three Bremer/McCoy albums (Enhed – 2013, Ordet – 2015, Forsvinder – 2016) has been very well received in Denmark among both critics and audience. For the past couple of years, Bremer/McCoy has played a large number of completely sold out shows in Copenhagen, for instance at the infamous Copenhagen Jazz Festival, Strøm Festival, SPOT Festival, Bremen Theatre etc.
Tickets £10 +bf
Servant Jazz Quarters
10A Bradbury St, London, N16 8JN