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Painted Jazz

Tucked away on Acacia street, the thumping heart of the Industrial Estate beat away on a quiet Wednesday night.

Kulcha Jam, an inspiring space fed on all-things-community, hosted a unique night of live dub jazz fusion. Bass master Barry Hill, percussive superman Ben Walsh and dub superstar Jake (Mista) Savona wove musical magic with special guests Simon Barker (drums) and Matt Ottingon (sax).

The community turned out in good form, chai was passed from hand to hand and bare feet beat the floor.

The music was hot, the shutter speed was slow as we painted the evening in Jazz.

Kulcha Jam on Facebook -http://www.facebook.com/kulcha.jam

Words & photos Koby Hagenfelds – https://www.facebook.com/Koby.H.Photography

"Mullumbimby based, image snapping, tea drinking, beanie crocheting, lady."


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