We’re getting all ‘Saturday night’ for this one with the superfly poetic talents of Anthony Joseph - poet, novelist and front man of the afro-funky Spasm Band with a brand new solo album ‘Time’ produced by legendary Meshell Ndegeocello – Waaaah! Also featuring festival favourite and Northern wonder Sally Jenkinson, wonderkid rapper and musician Rex Domino plus joint winner of the 2013 Roundhouse Poetry Slam Ronak Patani. All hosted by Chris Redmond, the Tongue Fu Band and CR&D. Tickets here
On July 10th 2013 we launched our very first album Tongue Fu Tapes Vol. 1.
It’s a scorching compilation of live highlights from an incredible, as yet unheard archive, recorded over four years at Tongue Fu’s home – East London’s Rich Mix.
The album features Chris Redmond, Soweto Kinch, Kate Tempest, Jonny Fluffypunk, Jacob Sam-La Rose, Femi Martin, Ross Sutherland, Indigo Williams, Zia Ahmed, Joe Dunthorne, Francesca Beard, Anna Freeman, Homecut, Toby Thompson and John Hegley, with pretty gobsmacking accompaniments from the Tongue Fu band.
Needless to say we are very pleased with ourselves! The music jumps from honky tonk, to dubstep, deep jazz, minimalist beats, tango, hip-hop and so much more. The CD is available from gigs and soon from this very website. It is also available on iTunes and Amazon.
We’re really pleased with our very first anthology called Liminal Animals. It’s currently only available at gigs but we’re in the process of sorting out an online shop. Please bear with us while we get this set up. If you can’t wait till the shop’s up and running or the next gig, please email us. Thanks
Liminal Animals contains poems by:
Chris Redmond; Salena Godden; Lemn Sissay; Ross Sutherland; Sabrina Mahfouz; Inua Ellams; Luke Wright; Aiofe Mannix; Elvis Mcgonagall; Francesca Beard; Dizraeli; Shane Solanki; Jacob Sam-La Rose; Byron Vincent; Tim Clare; Simon Mole; Joshua Idehen; Bridget Minamore; Belinda Zhawi; Kat Francois; Tshaka Campbell; Zia Ahmed; Indigo Williams; Liv Torc; Maria Slováková; Ben Mellor; A F Harold; Anna Freeman and Musa Okwonga.
£1 from the sale of every copy goes to Mind – The Mental Health Charity