South London based multi-instrumentalist, vocalist & producer Quinn Oulton exhibits a raw sound, melding soaring vocals and tangled acoustic textures with abstract electronics.

Quinn picked up the saxophone at a very young age. His thirst for music was nurtured by mentors Julian Joseph and Soweto Kinch – two heavyweights of the UK jazz scene.

His self-released EP ‘Long Gone’ (2020) presented a more refined sound to his debut as he honed his production skills and became more connected to his voice. ‘Show Your Face’, is Quinn’s latest EP to be released in July 2021.

Accompanying Quinn on Friday 9 July is world class jazz drummer Jas Kayser (performed with Jorja Smith, Poppy Adjudah) and multi-instrumentalist/producer Conor Albert (performed with Tom Misch, Mac Ayres) on keys.
On Saturday 14th August, Quinn will be joined by the unstoppable duo, Hugo Piper (bass) and Jack Robson (drums). The three have played together for years, regularly performing at the local Deptford venue Buster Mantis, alongside London’s top jazz musicians.

Please note, that spaces are limited. This event will be taking place in the Albany Garden so please dress weather appropriate. Doors officially open at 5pm.


Find out more about Quinn Oulton here.
Check out Quinn Oulton’s Youtube Channel for more content.
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We are constantly monitoring the government’s COVID-19 guidelines. Should the situation change, the event will be postponed and bookers will be notified in regards to their options.

Supported by the Garfield Weston Foundation through the Weston Culture Fund