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Hi everyone,

Hope all is well. Just wanted to let you know about some really exciting gigs we have in the pipeline! Hope you can join us for one of these: 

November 3rd - JazzLive at the Crypt - doors 8pm. 

November 10th - LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL - The Vortex - downstairs, midnight. 

November 26th - CAMBRIDGE JAZZ FESTIVAL - NextGenerationJazz Series - 3pm. 

In other news, we recently celebrated the one year anniversary of our debut album and we would like to take this opportunity once again to thank everyone who has supported us so far in one way or another, we're incredibly grateful. I'm also very excited to announce that we have booked our second album recording in January so there is NEW MUSIC on the horizon. More on this soon, stay tuned....


Happy Flying Machines

Happy Flying Machines


It's been hard keeping a lid on this for so long but we are finally clear to reveal that we will be performing at Latitude festival next month! We can't begin to describe how excited we are about this one. We'll be performing on the BBC introducing stage, Lavish Lounge in the Woods, on Saturday 15th July at 20:30. 

Hope some of you will be able to join us! It's going to be one hell of a show...


Hi everyone, 

Can't begin to describe how much fun we've had out on our tour recently! It's been fantastic to play at a load of new venues and meet some new fans. To everyone who has come out to the gigs and supported us, thank you so much! We can't wait to do it again soon. The last leg is upon us starting this Sunday with a trip down to the West Country, finishing at St Ives jazz club on April 4th.

 We've also got some fantastic new gigs to announce for April, including April 6th at Cambridge 'Hidden Rooms' and then a return to London at the legendary Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club on April 18th in a double bill with World Service Project. Yup, we are super excited about that one! Tickets here:

In the meantime, here's a cheeky little clip of an improvised, Wayne Krantz inspired jam from a particularly vibey gig on our tour, Cafe Lento, Leeds, featuring UK electric bass star Robin Mullarkey stepping in on bass. Video courtesy of Nigel Slee from Jazz North. Hope you enjoy it and stay tuned for more....