Goldfish set to play London’s famous Coronet Theatre

Posted on 20 October 2010
By Nathan Duff
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Friday 29th October see’s the South African pair Goldfish land at London’s historic Coronet Theatre for a searing live performance and one helluva party.

Celebrating their unique sound of funked‐up breaks and organic house, their live mind‐enveloping journey mixes funky riffs, acid jazz melodies and instantly catchy dance floor songs that Jamiroquai would be proud to call their own.

Goldfish are two boys from Cape Town who’s genre defying, full bodied mix of jazzy beats and hypnotic house grooves has seen them launch head first into the worldwide Dance Music consciousness now land in London for an exclusive London date.

Almost hard to believe that not so long ago they were just two music students, Dominic Peters and David Poole, who lived a life of surfing and playing music in the Southern most part of Africa, Cape Town.

All that changed when they decided to record an album. Not having a record deal or much money, they simply locked themselves in a bedroom…with a double bass, a saxophone and a couple of synths, recording their debut Caught In The Loop on their own.

A charming dance record that received massive support from the international dance music scene, desperate for something fresh and ultimately sealed the Goldfish reputation as true dance floor

The two guys quickly found themselves maintaining a grueling international tour schedule that saw them play soldout shows from Miami to Moscow, from Sydney Opera House to Sao Paulo, as well as performances at Glastonbury, Sensation White, Ultra Festival Miami, 46664 and Get Loaded in
the Park amongst others.

They even got their hands on a residency to die for; Friday night at Ibiza super‐club Pacha.

Goldfish have just completed their 3rd Album Get busy Living due for release September 2010.

The Coronet Theatre
28 New Kent Road
0207 701 1500
Doors 8pm (14+ Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)
Early Bird Tickets On Sale at £10 + B/F at / 0844 847 2267 / 0871 220 0260