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COUSIN KULA is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.
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What people are saying about Cousin Kula

Rated 5 out of 5 by from The atmosphere had me like electric feels This band are incredible. I feel blessed to have seen them in such an intimate venue. I'm 24 hours after the gig now and haven't stopped listening to their ep. I've had it on in my car, whilst cooking, with a few drinks afterwards. Their music has taken me across the universe and I can't wait to see what galaxy we're heading to next.
Date published: 2018-04-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from stunned by the dynamics and vital energy Cousin Kula at Servant Jazz Quarters offered an aural massage that rolls over you in a fast yet nuanced way. It’s electronic music, but the subtlety of the keyboard playing makes it feel natural. The singing is very present, and it affects you emotionally, being both sad and imploring, but they are a musical band, not a lyrical one and the singing quickly becomes another instrument of sound. From the start, they whisked us off into speedy arpeggios that shifted continually, creating ever new sonic extrapolations. Their rhythm riffs are very snappy, bursts of sudden surges of activity, and these worked best when they were played off periods that shimmered with a lighter touch, but such moments were rare. A few more periods at a languid pace would have increased the dynamic range. Every second is precisely worked out, even the incredibly exciting percussion, but this attempt at having an organised fire that burns every song was demanding for me. The truth is, I am getting old. The young crowd certainly liked it. I suspect that I was the only one pining for a bit more improvisation and the kind of spontaneous composing that arrives out of the blue. Nevertheless, I mostly stood there open-mouthed, almost stunned by the dynamics and vital energy. They seem to be most insistent about this kind of mood, but it’s at the expense of offering some fresh and different songs now and then. There were many periods of infectious groove and occasional periods of happiness, but I suspect the lyrics, if I could have heard them, were not there to lift my spirits. I like music that can both enliven and soothe frazzled days, so for me, a few more periods of reflection would have gone a long way. Peter Stickland
Date published: 2017-12-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Intimate gig Cousin kula packed out the house. Great crowd and great music - theres 6 of them with trombones and trunpets and synth. Sounded great in the small venue
Date published: 2017-12-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great band, lovely venue! I wanted to see this Bristol band and saw they were playing in London so decided to go. I heard it was selling out so bought online through See Tickets and really easy to do and glad I did as it did sell out. FANTASTIC band! And a really nice compact venue. Recommend both!
Date published: 2017-12-01
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