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    Posted: 31 Jan 2023 at 10:54am
Ezra Collective, Black Star, and jazz duo DOMi & JD Beck are among the new names on the We Out Here 2023 lineup

We Out Here festival has announced a new set of names for its 2023 billing, leading with a proudly eclectic programme of live artists set to perform in their new Dorset home.

Representing a cornerstone of the festivalís programming: the vibrant UK Jazz scene, the ever-energetic Ezra Collective make a return appearance to We Out Here, alongside dubstep pioneer Mala who calls up jazz luminary Joe Armon-Jones for their high-lauded hybrid jazz/dub live show and DOMi & JD Beck the virtuosic duo who have rapidly built up a fierce reputation, all joining previously-announced jazz staples Nubya Garcia, Makaya McCraven and Yazmin Lacey. 

Meanwhile Hip-Hop super duo Black Star, comprising of Yasiin Bey aka Mos Def and Talib Kweli make an appearance over 25 years after their critically acclaimed debut album and legendary acid-jazz band Galliano make a return, both joining the ranks of fellow seminal artists: British funk band Cymande, celebrating 50 years, Sun Ra Arkestra led by 99-year old bandleader Marshall Allen and Grammy-nominated American vocalist Meshell Ndegeocello. New-gen talent is also in ample attendance: new wave junglist Nia Archives presents her live show as does Nabihah Iqbal ahead of an upcoming album, alongside Live.e, Neo-soul favourites Children of Zeus and Romare with a special electronic live show, who join previously announced post-punk outfit Black Midi, Wu-Lu and Space Afrika. 

We Out Here also showcases some of the best in live music alongside club and dance music culture, and today an expansive lineup of DJs representing both the roots and future of the dancefloor is announced. Omar S and Eris Drew lead the charge here, bringing the heat of their hometowns Detroit and Chicago respectively - the birthplaces of House & Techno - alongside fellow exports Ash Lauryn and Marcellus Pittman for a true celebration of the USís iconic dance party spirit. Other DJ debuts are set for disco purveyors Horse Meat Disco, beloved band Jungle and broken beat pioneer Dego.

from https://planetradio.co.uk/

Edited by snobb - 31 Jan 2023 at 11:03am
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