LAL - Presented by CFRU and the DGBA (Music Weekends)

CFRU and the DGBA (Music Weekends) Present:


Pay What You Can event in support of End Immigration Detention

The Red Papaya

55 Wyndham St N, Guelph, ON

Price: Pay What You Can

AA/Lic./Physically Accessible

Doors: 2:30 PM

Music 3:00 PM

LAL is a Toronto-based collective of musicians representing Uganda, Bangladesh, Barbados, and India featuring vocalist Rosina Kazi, laptop musician, Nicholas "Murr" Murray, and bassist Ian de Sousa, since 1998. The group has developed a sound over the last decade fusing South-Asian roots, West Indian fruits, and melancholic vocals with jazz sensibilities, hip hop influences, down tempo grooves, broken soul, and electro. LAL has produced three albums, Corners (2002), Warm Belly High Power (2004), and most recently Find Safety (2016).

This show will be a fundraiser in support of End Immigration Detention, with all money going towards the TRAPP line, a collect-call service, to keep the folks from End Immigration Detention in contact with detainees.

View the promo video here: