Moshi Moshi is set to toast its 15th anniversary with a series of intimate shows in London.
Remarkably, Moshi Moshi is approaching its fifteenth birthday. The perennial youthful voice in British independent music, the label helped launch the likes of Hot Chip, Summer Camp, Slow Club, Florence & The Machine and more.
Gaining a second wind, the past 18 months have witnessed a flurry of new signings from the label. Turning 15 with nary a wrinkle in place, Moshi Moshi have decided to toast their anniversary with a number of intimate London shows.
Taking over Servant's Jazz Quarters in Dalston, Michael Mcclatchey and Stephen Bass have pieced together a line up focussing on their latest obsessions.
Opening on October 28th with Sweet Baboo and Anna Meredith, the shows continue with a joint date featuring Teleman and Totem. Fimber Bravo will take control of the venue on October 30th, alongside a number of special guests.
Ending on October 31st, Moshi mainstays The Wave Pictures will be joined by Mariam The Believer.
Dates in full:
28 London Servant's Jazz Quarters (with Sweet Baboo and Anna Meredith)
29 London Servant's Jazz Quarters (with Teleman and Totem)
30 London Servant's Jazz Quarters (with Fimber Bravo and special guests, Boxed In)
31 London Servant's Jazz Quarters (The Wave Pictures, Marian The Believer)
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