Fatima & The Eglo Live Band
Feb 2016 04

Fatima & The Eglo Live Band

Union Chapel

Tickets: £15.50 , 19.50

Times: 19:00 - 23:00

Soundcrash Presents…

& The Eglo Live Band

+ Andrew Ashong

A very special show at the

4th February 2016



Eglo records’ gifted talent, with full live band in North London’s picturesque church and award winning music venue –  ‘The Union Chapel’

Following last years highly revered “Yellow Memories” album, Soundcrash is very excited to present Fatima and Eglo Live Band in the unique setting of North London’s Union Chapel.

Raised in Stockholm and living in London from 2006, Fatima has been gracing the mic since an early age leading to her working alongside artists such as Dam Funk, FunkinEven, IG Culture, Ras G, Benji B, Floating Points, Teebs, VeeBeeO, Ras G amongst others.  Fatima takes inspiration from everything above and below the clouds, sounds and visuals from past to present. She loves soulful sounds, funky, dirty , bouncy shit,  sounds smooth like silk and raw like ODB, appreciating the best of all worlds. She now continues her musical journey across London towards the North London setting of The Union Chapel – award winning musical venue and gorgeous octagonal plan Victorian gothic church.

A Red Bull Music Academy graduate in 2008, she released her debut EP “Mind Travelin” in 2010 on Eglo Records – the london based record label founded by Alexander Nut and Floating Points. which subsequently released all of Fatima’s future  EPs and her debut LP,  2014’s “Yellow Memories”.

Fatima and the Eglo Band have gone on to tour the world, stopping in at Glastonbury, Montreaux Jazz festival, Plastic People, The Royal Opera house in London, Dour Festival, Jazzcafe, Soundwave Croatia and now at The Union Chapel in Islington.

This intimate and unique space will provide the perfect backdrop for an evening of Fatimas soulful, spinetingling sounds. Fully backed by full live band – this is one not to miss.

On Fatima – “Yellow Memories really is all killer and no filler” – Resident Advisor

On The Union Chapel – “One of the capital’s most beautiful venues” – Time Out