Jul 07

Le Juki @ Fengaros, Cyprus, 1st August

Le Juki will have the great pleasure of performing on the mainstage on 1st August at this year’s Fengaros music festival in Cyprus! We’ll also be playing in Limassol (TBC) on August 3rd, so if you’re about come along!

For more information about Fengaros, click on the banner below

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Jul 07

Le Juki @ The Hope & Ruin, Brighton, 8th July

Le Juki will be playing the Hope & Ruin in Brighton tomorrow night (Wed 8th July)!!! Support from Aamouai + Grasshopper, doors 8pm, £4. You can join the facebook page by clicking the image below –

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May 13

Le Juki on Breakthru Radio, NYC

Music by Le Juki, along with musical projects of Le & Ki, and a wide selection of other Brighton bands, is being featured on New York radio show Breakthru Radio this month. Check out the show here –


Apr 24

Le Juki @ Acoustic Haven, Totnes, Friday 25th April

We’re really pleased to be going back to Totnes this week (Fri 25th April) to play Acoustic Haven, a night we last performed a few years ago with our friends Trio Tekke. Sharing the bill with us this time will be Cakes & Ale + Kuki & The Bard.

Acoustic Haven nights are always fantastic, and this one will be at a new venue (for us, anyway), St John’s Church, so extra exciting. You can get yourselves tickets for the event HERE.

Nov 03

Le Juki Hosts Beatabet Takeover, Brighton Dec 5th

We’ll be hosting a Beatabet Takeover night at The Blind Tiger in Brighton, Dec 5th – our last show of the year. Sharing the stage with us will be Collectress and Bryony Bird. For this event, we’ve invited Bryony to write three new pieces in response to Le Juki tunes of her choice, which we’re literally writhing with excitement to hear! In the spirit of every Beatabet event, there will no doubt be other surprise happenings over the course of the evening, so make sure you’re there for the duration. Facebook page for the event can be found here –


Nov 03

XYZ Magazine – Best Of Brighton Review

We got a mini-review in XYZ Magazine this month! Thank you Jimmy Volts. Here’s what he said (admittedly I don’t know either of the bands we’ve been compared to, but I like the household objects as weapons bit) –


Musical Family Tree – Gregory & The Hawk brawling with Common Tongues with household objects for weapons.USP – They’re part of the much-loved Beatabet collective.
Why Should We Care? – Their debut album Capillaries (a whopping seventeen tracks!) is an ambitious mix of progressive folk and art pop.
Killer Track – “If You Are Blind”.

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