FKJ (French Kiwi Juice) is riding the wave of his newly released, self-titled debut album into Philadelphia’s Union Transfer this upcoming Sunday, March 19. If you’re not yet hip to the multi-instrumentalist, French sensation, you need to become woke. FKJ’s musical style blends hip-hop, funk, soul, pop, and jazz into a 12-track groove that doesn’t dissipate from beginning to end. This album has had all the Musies on cloud 9 for the past week and a half and we could not be more hype to see his unique talent live.
Beginning his musical career as a sound engineer for the cinema, he simultaneously taught himself how to play bass, guitar, saxophone and piano. He joined the Roche Musique team and released his first EP The Twins in 2012. His next two EPs Time For A Change in 2013 and Take Off in 2014 would help his ascent up the ranks of the French electronic scene. Along the way, FKJ built his fanbase by dazzling crowds with unique improvisation at his live performances. When we say multi-instrumentalist, we mean it and attending his live show, you’ll see it. Just refer to the below video for a little sample…
And guess what? We’re giving away two free tickets here:
— The Musies (@TheMusies) March 14, 2017
Tell me that doesn’t get you pumped for the show this upcoming Sunday? Once again, he’ll be at Union Transfer, THIS SUNDAY, March 19. Doors open @ 7:30 p.m and he’ll be accompanied by Roche Musique labelmates Cezaire and Dabeull. Can’t wait to see you guys there.