The Stove Cafe Presents: Mahuki
Mahuki is the Edinburgh-based passion project of Czech-born fusion guitarist Honza Kourimsky, combining elements of jazz with Eastern European folk music, progressive rock, and modern-day funk.
The band are on tour with the promotionalcampaign for their debut live album 'Live from the Living Room Set'. The album was captured in a one-of-a kind sell-outlive studio gig/session at the Wee Red Bar in Edinburgh in December 2022, capturingthe gaze of the Edinburgh music scene and establishing the acts as one of its mostprogressive music projects.
The collective is a septet consisting of some of the most exciting musicians of the New Wave of Scottish Jazz. On drums plays Carter Skillicorn, bass is played by Cameron Bradley, tenor saxophone features Oskar Jones, Michael Butcher plays alto saxophone, and finally trumpet features Cameron Thompson-Duncan and Euan Allerdice who doubles on flugelhorn. The outfit is led by Honza Kourimsky on guitar.
The band members individual gigging experience accumulates performance fromvenues such as Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in London, Jazz FM, BBC Radio Scotland,BBC Scotland, The New Morning in Paris, The Old Fruitmarket, The Barrowlandsand SWG3 in Glasgow.
'Live From the Living Room Set' is high-energy music that draws inspiration from the spiritual elements of the human experience, celebrating human connection through music and dance. Their unique sound has seen support from indie and globalradio alike, with their debut release “Immediacy” featuring on EHFM (SJ New), NESS RADIO (Tangential Music) in France, and more music from the album featuring on BBC Radio Scotland (BBC Jazz Nights) and The Face Radio USA. Mahuki aim to take their “living room music” on the road, bringing this unique music experience to festivals and venues across the UK.
Doors open: 8:00pm | Bar Open
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