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For those who eat microtones for breakfast, punk rock for dinner and alternative post-hardcore jazz for a light midnight snack, Robocobra Quartet will quench any desire and satisfy all fixations.

An experience to be embraced live, this compelling Belfast quartet feature a visually intense drummer, whom with his own Albini-esque brand of vocal narrative, screeches above a tightly synced bass and freely improvised woodwind section.

The Robocobra Quartet released a sold out limited-run lathe-cut 7″ on Smalltown America Records last year and support from BBC 6Music and various press has since garnered their dynamic reputation, playing a pivotal role in the PRS Foundation awarding the band funding for a 12” vinyl release (due summer 2016) with relative UK, Ireland and European dates.

For those who crave the full brutal power of intense imagination and the live intrigue for some A-grade hardcore jazz hip-hop, the band will be performing in the North East on this pre-album jaunt to Durham’s Empty Shop on Wednesday 24th and Newcastle’s Hoochie Coochie on Thursday 25th February.

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