End of tour party – Friday 29th April – Lazybones Lounge

Popping jazz/funk and hypnotic grooves

Acclaimed saxophonist Matthew Ottignon fronts Sydney outfit Mister Ott, merging mesmerising Eastern sounds, tasty horn melodies, tight and popping jazz/funk and hypnotic grooves that drift on the edge of psychedelica.

Mister Ott’s third release “In the Flow” features tripped out dubs by Richie B, Afro-Cuban bata drumming, and styles ranging from future disco, vintage voodoo funk to psychedelic Ethio-jazz. International flavoured jazz tailored for the dance floor.

“It truly is a lesson in how to build, layer and develop tension” – LOUD MOUTH

Matt Ottignon – Tenor, Baritone Sax, Ellen Kirkwood – Trumpet, Ben Panucci – Guitar, Dave Symes – Bass, Carlos Adura – Drums, Freyja Garbett – Keys+ Daniel Pliner – Keys

PlaneFace is not of this world. The universe is his playground and just like a shooting star across the midnight sky, if you look up and happen to witness the magic, he will fuel you to revel in the unknown with wander and curiosity. His production is richly esoteric, expansive, textured and deeply rooted in what he aptly describes as space fonk, asteroid jazz music.

$40 entry includes band and a meal 

7pm Doors
8:30pm PlaneFace
9:30-12am Mister Ott
12-2am late night band
3am close

Lazybones Lounge Restaurant & Bar is a  COVID Safe ✅. You must follow the conditions of entry.

This event is supported by SIMA’s Regional Touring Program, Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund – an Australian Government initiative, Create NSW and Australia Council for the Arts.

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