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Yakul are an exciting neo-soul 4-piece based in Brighton. Influenced by the likes of J-Dilla, D'angelo and the Soulquarians, they put a unique spin on the music they’ve grown up with. Marrying together thoughtful, soulful lyrics with deep grooves and jazz infused progressions, Yakul seamlessly blend genres to create something fresh and original.

A selection of critical acclaim in the past:

“Fusing together swinging hip-hop drums, mazy vocal runs and jazz chords that keep you guessing, the track showcases the bands ability to challenge you as a listener whilst remaining at all times blissfully accessible.” - Somewhere Soul

“Their D’Angelo style grooves combined with snippets of Frank Ocean-esque melodies are a real treat on the ears” – London In Stereo

"Electric musicianship and innate sense of groove and soul" - The Jazz Cafe

“Forward thinking neo-soul/jazz” – Bonafide Magazine

“As much neo-soul as it is all out pop” – Record of the Day

“Filled with smooth jazz melodies and harmonies” – Underground Industry

“Giveaway is dramatic; it’s stylish; it’s damn fine” - Unrecorded

"Their latest record “Realigned” is a soul stunning single that brings the band's live performing vibes on wax. The keys are soulfully drenched, the drums are rollicking and groovy from the kick to the snare and everything in between, and the vocals complete the cipher with a passionate, buttery style." EARMILK

“British trio channel the modern soul sound of Tom Misch on their latest release” Mystic Sons

Tilda Allie

Born and raised in Västerås, Sweden, Tilda Allie moved to Brighton to carve out her music career. Tilda’s first home, Sweden have recently shown their support from being awarded with a Swedish Music and Culture grant for her work. Tilda holds a strong appreciation for genres such as RnB, Neo-Soul and electronic music and it’s no wonder she has a high regard for artists including Björk, Amy Winehouse, NAO, Lianne La Havas and Erykah Badu.

Francesca Fulmini

Brussels-born Brighton-based singer-songwriter of Italian and Dutch decent. Her style effortlessly mixes RnB, Soul, NeoSoul, Blues with a laid back Hip Hop swagger. Backed by her fantastic band the audience would find it difficult not to be swept up by the vibe. Her audience has grown since the release of her first single 'One Step', playing a great headline show at The One Church. Madam Fulmini has kicked on in 2019 playing shows in Brighton and London with her first performance at Jazz Cafe coming in just a few months - expect big things from this talent.

Howard Kaye

Citing influences ranging from Frank Ocean, The Weeknd and Stevie Wonder, Howard Kaye gets ready to introduce audiences to his enthralling new track 'Too Young' feat. Sam Carter from metalcore band Architects.


Howes3 are an exciting new Brighton based jazz funk/gospel fusion power trio. Brought together through a mutual love of 70’s jazz funk, 80’s fusion, 90’s R’n’B, gospel and hip-hop they cultivate a unique sound that has a foot in each genre, blending smooth progressions of neo-soul and utilising rich gospel harmony, mixed with sincere melodies and increasing levels of rhythmic freedom throughout.

Amber Burgoyne

Amber Burgoyne is a 21 year old Jazz/Soul singer-songwriter from Essex, currently living in Brighton. Releasing her Debut Single ‘I Don't Need Your Love’ on the 01/05/19.


MACAQ is the alias of Brighton based producer Cameron Williams-Hill. This page is a home for all personal and collaborative projects.

The sound of MACAQ is an eclectic fusion of Pop, Electronic and R&B. The MACAQ Collective is the live aspect to the project, bringing together a large host of the South Coasts finest musicians and singers

Earlier Event: May 8
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