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BASS: Downtempo band The Cinematic Orchestra plays SF on Saturday

The Cinematic Orchestra, one of several breakthrough Downtempo Electonica bands that came to prominence in the late 1990s, is touring across North America in September to support two albums released this year, "Live At The Big Chill" and their studio album "Ma Fleur."  They will touch down at San Francisco club Bimbo’s this Saturday, one night after their show at the El Ray Theater in Los Angeles.

Created by Jason Swinscoe, The Cinematic Orchestra has cut several fantastic albums on the widely-respected indie record label Ninja Tune. Their studio albums "Motion" as well "Man With a Movie Camera" are considered must-hear material for fans of Downtempo. Band members also include Tom Chant (saxophone), Phil France (double bass), Luke Flowers (drums), Nick Ramm (piano) and Stuart McCallum (guitar).

Lounge lizzards can get their chill on beginning at 8 pm on Sept. 15 at Bimbo’s 365 Club, located at 1025 Columbus Ave in The City. This is an 18-and-up show with a $20 cover. You can buy pre-sale tickets at Ticketweb or at Bimbo’s box office.

For more information about The Cinematic Orchestra, plus their full touring schedule, check out their website.


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