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Cobalt Studios, Newcastle upon Tyne

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£7.47 - £9.61

Mixing up and challenging the notion of a gig and a club night LNJC (Late Night Jazz Club) nods to jazz clubs of days gone by where stages were smoky and boundaries were blurred. It’s both late night live music and DJ;s.


6 piece Cykada is an energetic bomb of unique style. It engages distant poles, analogue worlds crashing with electronics, eastern influences crossing with western, harmonising nostalgic moments with dancefloor bangers. It seems that Western Africa is just bordering with Eastern Europe, where Turkish music high fives Flamenco and all of this is wrapped up with the fundamentals of the London club scene. There are so many inspirations that it may seem impossible to unite them, however they make it happen, creating layers of devastation, beauty and intrigue.


“Ash has developed a unique ear for selecting and carefully pruning his unique record collection to bring you the best global beats and jazz based obscurities. he has supported , Gilles Peterson, Lonnie Liston Smith and Mala, held a 1 year residency at Jazz Café, He currently holds down a monthly party at revered audiophile spot Brilliant Corners and is a resident curator and DJ at Laylow."

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Cobalt Studios

Boyd Street

Newcastle upon Tyne



We are a fully accessible venue, happy to offer carers tickets. We are a safe space deciated to  welcoming all and operating a zero tolerance policy for harrassment of any kind. 


Cobalt Studios

Cobalt consists of 14 artists studios, an arts venue, a top floor hot design space in development (grants pending!) and a backyard with loads of potential for a point in the future when the main building is finished. Cobalt Studios is a not for profit arts community interest organisation that we set up to nurture and support culture and community. We do this by providing the following services; • Access to affordable or free space for artists/organisations on low incomes to nurture and safeguard cultural endeavour • Access to audiences for affordable or free cultural activity • Providing education activities • Providing apprenticeship and training opportunities as well as the creation of voluntary posts and jobs