We are definitely spoilt for choice in London when it comes to gigs. Not only are the gigs but you can get up close and personal with the artists at a wide range of intimate venues. Koko, Camden is one such venue but one of the better ones because of the upstairs bar and section overlooking the stage and the sound quality.
Last weekend at Koko we saw Submotion Orchestra, a 7 piece band formed in Leeds, UK in 2009. Their sound is a mixture of jazz, electronica, and dubstep. The band is incredible live. It took me surprise how they were able to produce such unique ‘electronic-y’ music in a live setting. Together with lead singer, Ruby Wood’s amazing vocals - seductive and hypnotising with every reverberation - made it a very entertaining act.
One of my favourite tracks, ‘Blind Spot’, is showcased here.
Glad to be leaving this for Mauritius. But stuck on plane as we wait for mechanic. You win some lose some. (at London Heathrow Airport (LHR))
Who knew salads could be so tasty and filling? Finally got to try this place. #foodporn (at Ottolenghi)