Jaga Jazzist to London

at Roundhouse

Since 1994, Jaga Jazzist has grown into one of the most celebrated and influential Norwegian post-jazz bands. Their live shows full of sound and lights have enthralled the audience across the world. In January they arrive in London.


Part jazz ensemble, part post-rock outfit and part electronica pioneers, they have always been an absurdly difficult band to pigeonhole. Their constant re-invention and restless energy has marked them out as standard-bearers for a new musical sound and one whose music has been a profound influence on both the contemporary jazz and electronica scenes, as well as helping to define a new musical space between the genres.

Influenced by artists from Gil Evans to Radiohead, My Bloody Valentine to Tortoise, Oslo 13 to Motorpsycho and Fela Kuti to Steve Reich, Jaga Jazzist have created a sound unlike anyone else.


“sounds that recall everything from Weather Report to big-band jazz, krautrock, Radiohead or even the Pat Metheny Group” The Guardian


27 January they bring their gear across the North Sea for a gig at Roundhouse in London. Expect to hear music from their recent electronica-heavy, Ninja Tune Records release, Starfire, alongside hits from their illustrious back catalogue.

Top photo: Anthony P. Huus


Roundhouse, London





27 January, doors open 7pm



£15-20. Book here.

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