The Cinematic Orchestra

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The Cinematic Orchestra

One of the UK's most-loved music groups sets foot in Manchester to play for the first time in almost a decade.

Formed in the late 90s by multi-instrumentalist Jason Swinscow, The Cinematic Orchestra is a British nu-jazz and electronic group, whose signature sound incorporates 60s and 70s jazz, orchestral soundtracks, sampled percussion and live instrumentation to create stirring, genre-crossing soundscapes that are frankly epic.

Aside from the tug-at-your-heartstrings 'To Build A Home', rinsed by TV ads ever since its release back in 2012, they're also known for corkers like 'All Things To All Men' from the earlier 2002 album 'Every Day', featuring guest vocals from the one and only Roots Manuva. 

This November they return to Manchester for the first time in almost 10 years, playing the suitably stunning Albert Hall for what is almost undoubtedly going to be a sell-out show.

By: Jess Hardiman

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