Servant Jazz Quarters
In spite of its name, Servant Jazz Quarters isn't a dedicated jazz venue; before it was fully licensed, it was possible to hear sax players warming up in the Vortex Jazz Club upstairs. SJQ likes innovative musicians, however, and has featured people as diverse as Hot Chip, Anna Meredith, Eddie Prévost, Laura Mvula, Steve Beresford and Seb Rochford – not all at the same time, unfortunately. The bar serves cocktails (the Tarte Tatin, involving calvados, caramel liqueur and green apple, sounds teeth-hurtingly delicious) and draught Budvar and Samuel Adams, with a wide range of bottled beers and spirits.
SJQ is located a couple of minutes' walk from Dalston Junction and Dalston Kingsland Overgournd stations, and is served by the 30, 38, 56, 67, 76, 149, 236, 242, 277, N38 and N76 bus routes.
Events at this venue
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The Canadian singer-songwriter plays electro-pop infused guitar music.
Mon 2 Mar
Sold out / 0207 684 8411
Binker Golding, Steve Noble And John Edwards
New trio: Binker Golding (1/2 of Binker Musical Director of the Tomorrow’s Warriors Youth Orchestra) (Sax) teams up with the immaculate rhythm section, Steve Noble (Drums) and John Edward (Bass).
Sat 11 Apr
£11 / 0207 684 8411
Cup + Rosie Alena + Naima Bock
CUP is a new project which includes members of Milk Disco, Goat Girl and Yuck's live band. They fuse jazz-inspired guitars with touching male-female vocal harmonies. They step out of the shadows for their debut headline show this April. (Photo ID Required).
Sat 4 Apr
£6 / 0207 684 8411
Hairy X Clap City (djs)
Clap City Records - an East London based label who specialise in reissuing cult funk, soul and jazz records from around the world - celebrate their re-issue of Wendell Harrison & The Tribe’s ‘Farewell To The Welfare’ (1975) on 45RPM 7’ vinyl.
Sat 21 Mar
Free / 0207 684 8411
KAHLLA live at Servant Jazz Quarters. Support TBA. This is a 18+ event.
Tue 7 Apr
£4 / 0207 684 8411
The Kindling, Nadine Khouri
*Early-bird tickets available for a limited time only. The Kindling are a minimal alt-folk band from London (UK). Their widescreen music explores themes of disappointment and hope, loss and discovery, action and reflection. Guy Weir's disarming voice weaves into noir arrangements that swoop from delicate, whispering…
Tue 31 Mar
Wed 15 Apr
Wed 22 Apr
Wed 29 Apr
Kyoti And Montrell
Double headline Kyoti & Montrell. Come and sip a cocktail at one of Dalston’s best live music venues and listen to two unmissable London Indie bands, both tipped at the end of last year by GotoBeat as ones to catch in 2020. (Photo ID Required).
Sat 2 May
£8 / 0207 684 8411
On her latest album Chameleon, German-Bulgarian pianist, composer and singer Lisa Morgenstern makes dramatic strides expanding her range. Matching her far-sighted approach to both synths and piano with her background in classical music, she's extraordinarily emotional as ever. This is an 18+ event.
Wed 6 May
£11 / 0207 684 8411
Mathieu Boogaerts In London Every Fourth Wednesday
The acclaimed French singer-songwriter has been living in town for two years now and he can't wait any longer to perform here! 23 years, 1000 concerts and 7 albums after Super, his first release, he will offer us a medley of his colourful, personal, French chanson repertoire. And, just for you, he will sing some of his…
Wed 4 Mar
Nimbus Sextet At Servant Jazz Quarters
As part of their first UK wide tour, Glasgow based jazz outfit Nimbus Sextet hit Servant Jazz Quarters for their debut London show. Catch them ahead of their debut album release for what promises to be an electrifying night. ★★★ Nimbus Sextet: 'Top Scottish ensemble with an eye on jazz and world music' (London…
Mon 9 Mar
£9.90 / 0207 684 8411
Toby Driver + Daniel O'sullivan + Nick Hudson
Toby Driver, a New-York-City-based composer best known from his work in very loud experimental bands Kayo Dot, Asva, Secret Chiefs 3, Vaura, maudlin of the Well, and many others, has been stepping out as a singer-songwriter in the past few years, notably with acclaimed albums on The Flenser, John Zorn's Tzadik, and his…