Servant Jazz Quarters

Servant Jazz Quarters
10A Bradbury Street, Dalston, London, N16 8JN
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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.

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Ana Threat & Fever Dream

In her own words, ANA THREAT's world is one of haunted lo-fi garage sci-fi disco trash for loner bedroom dance parties. After making a significant impact on the left-field end of Vienna's indie scene as part of The Happy Kids and Kristy & The Kraks, she has taken the plunge and defined her own vision on her recent…

Tue 11 Apr


A night celebrating the spirit of improvisation from outstanding artists. Spanning from Jazz, World, Electronic and beyond. The night features Kishon Khan from Lokkhi Terra (piano) percussion virtuoso Noda (Cuba). Previous guest have included Shabaka Hutchings, Thris Tian (Boiler Room), Yelfris Valdes, Graeme Flowers.

Fri 31 Mar

Free / 0207 684 8411

Ellie Rose

The London-based singer performs commercial pop.

Tue 30 May

£5.75 / 0207 684 8411


London based electronica duo with cellist, vocalist, lyricist and songwriter Sarah Glayzer and drummer, keyboardist, guitarist and producer Chris Stickland.

Thu 6 Apr

£4 / 0207 684 8411

Release party for new fire_sign single Sweet Oblivion

Flood For The Famine @ Servant Jazz Quarters

Songwriter/Producer Alex Lindner returns to Servant Jazz Quarters to play songs from his upcoming EP, Waiting to Happen. Lindner brings together his unique blend of folk, blues and soul in his recording project Flood for the Famine, where stories of love rub shoulders with the more absurd aspects of city life…small-timers…

Jason McNiff

Dark intimate acoustic alt.folk.

Tue 2 May

£8.80 / 0207 684 8411


MERV is a band born out of the musical musings of fellow Guildhall students, Jack Yardley (Drums), Matt Gedrych (Electric Bass and Effects) and Benedict Wood (Guitar and Effects). The concept for the band arose after several rehearsals of playing largely music that was composed in the moment, an approach of playing…

Tue 18 Apr

£5.50 / 0207 684 8411

Russophone Post Punk From Sasha Ilyukevich & The Highly Skilled Migrants - New Single Launch Party!

2016's BBC Introducing Artist London-based Belarusian troubadour Sasha Ilyukevich and his British band 'the Highly Skilled Migrants', return to Servant Jazz Quarters with launching their new single 'Visa'. The evening will begin and end with the unique DJ set of 80's Soviet Underground Rock Music. Sasha Ilyukevich…


Composer/producer Vinzenz Stergin's band who combine blues, rock, electronics and modern composition.

Sun 7 May

£5 / 0207 684 8411

Caramel Tony In Her Pleasuredome EP release party.

Sweet Oblivion Release Party

Live Electronica + Visuals in a non-wanky Cocktail Bar Basement fire sign / Digitonal / Danny de Matos (DJ set) @ Servant Jazz Quarters Doors 7:30pm (Only) £4 0TD (My, how reasonable) Release party for new fire sign single Sweet Oblivion Digital & Vinyl release…

Thu 6 Apr

Voodoo Juergens / Rotifer

Never mind Article Schmifty, the continental connection pursued by Gare du Nord Records, enabled by the Austrian Cultural Forum, continues with this show by Voodoo Juergens who last year made the leap from local hero of Vienna's indie scene to number one of the actual charts (the Austrian charts, that is), followed by…

Mon 27 Mar

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