Hypnotic Brass Ensemble

By Jannis Friedrich



Published on April 1, 2013

Eight of the nine members of Hypnotic Brass Ensemble are the sons of jazz trumpeter Phil Cohran, longtime collaborator of Sun Ra Arkestra and Earth, Wind & Fire. Musical talent obviously runs in the family. The group have played with Talib Kweli, the B-52s, Prince and Erykah Badu, and the list goes on – there can be no doubting their musical credentials.

Their music is hard to classify: one song is cool and relaxed, and the next will be upbeat and get you tapping your feet. Their influences range from jazz to hip hop, R&B and funk. Playing at the authentic 'black music' Marula Café, they'll be accompanied by gifted singer Lauriana Mae.

November 29, 2014
Opening hours
22:00 – 22:00