Join LISA MARINI and her extended band as they celebrate the release of her self-produced album Buried Town. Raised in London, Marini is a multifaceted artist who has been quietly creating for a number of years.
After her entire 2020 tour was cancelled, Marini’s debut album Born in Tribes felt as if it were lost inside the pandemic. This false start turned out to be an opportunity: a freer and more direct way of creating emerged.
Her music has been played on Jazz FM, BBC Scotland and used in a documentary about refugees in New Zealand.
She has played at the Jazz Cafe, on the main stage for Wilderness festival and at the 02 for the Blues fest.
“AN AUSPICIOUS DEBUT, MARINI HAS THE POTENTIAL TO BE ONE OF THE MOST SIGNIFICANT VOICES OF THE NEXT DECADE AND BEYOND”
MIKE DAVIES // FOLK RADIO UK
“LISA MARINI SURRENDERS TO THE MAGIC OF THE ART OF MUSIC. AN ALMOST SHAMANIC FORCE .
THERE IS A PROFOUND AUTHENTICITY IN THE DRAMATIC AND RESTLESS ACOUSTIC AND INTROSPECTIVE CUTTINGS OF LISA MARINI’S MUSIC”
– ONDAROCK MAGAZINE ITALY
“THIS RECORD IS “A GATHERING OF WATERS
THIS MUSIC CUTS VINYL TRIBUTARIES OF FOLK, JAZZ, AND BLUES THAT MERGE TO TOUCH RITUAL WOOD, WHICH KINDLES MAGICAL SONGS.
– BILL GOLEMBESKI // FOLKING
”THERE IS A WARM EXPANSIVE FEEL TO THIS ALBUM AS IT SLOWLY CONJURES EARLY MORNING SMOKY ATMOSPHERES”
– MARC HIGGINS // FATEA RECORDS
“I HAVE SEEN LISA MARINI PERFORM SEVERAL TIMES AT DIFFERENT VENUES. THE THING THAT IS CONSTANT IS THAT LISA IS SPELL-BINDING AND MESMERISING. HER SELF-PENNED SONGS ARE ACHINGLY MELODIC AND ARTFULLY DELIVERED”
– PAUL LATHAM // LIVE NATION COO UK/IRELAND