´´He plays like a wild flower grows ” – Mary Anne Hobbs Richard Spaven has supplied the drums for many artists on stage and in the studio: José James, Flying Lotus, The Cinematic Orchestra, Guru’s Jazzmatazz, Gregory Porter to name but a few. Last year’s album The Self explored and defied genres, from drum & bass to broken beat to dubstep and more, seen through the lens of a drummer. The album featured Jordan Rakei, who has teamed up with him again on new record Real Time . Join us for the first full live performance of an album which has already received ubiquitous praise across the board. Opening the show will be Kaya Thomas-Dyke . She debuted her beautifully melancholy vocals on Alfa Mist’s 2015 LP Nocturne , on the tracks ‘Blaze’ and ‘Answers’. Since then, they have continued their collaboration, with Kaya lending vocals to ‘Breathe’ on his acclaimed 2017 release Antiphon.