Saturday 6 December @ 7:30
Acid Bleed : a funky 5 piece band playing gypsy swing jazz with a hot latin groove.
What started off with 2 friends playing 2 songs at a friend’s birthday celebration, Acid Bleed formed in the subsequent months. The band has become a 5 piece outfit, exploring like-minded music to jam. The music form evolved into what one member calls “Pulp Jazz”.
Acid Bleed plays a mix of gypsy swing, “trads”, blues and Latin improvisation. Some high energy, some sensual, and mostly
fun, danceable, swayable grooves to keep you in great spirits.
10 years later, 3 gigs in Hong Kong, a few weddings, and having played in various local venues regularly, with no sign of “divorce” in sight, the band will play a concert at TUF. Special guests will be invited to join in the night.
Acid Bleed (definition) : the acidic ooze leaching out of the joints of a brass instrument, usually a saxophone.
The Group : Andrew Horowitz : tenor and soprano sax, electric violin, occasional vocals, plus anything that makes a noise.
Josh Kirk : upright and electric bass
Peter Costin-Nielsen : percussion
Adam Blenkhorn : Gibson jazz guitar
Jimmy Chiu : Electric and acoustic nylon sting guitar, occasional vocals
This show is a thank you to our followers for the last 10 years.