Been Up So Long It Looks Like Down To Me:
The Micros Play The Blues

The Microscopic Septet

The Microscopic Septet will be making a rare live appearance at The Kitchen on Dec 9th in Manhattan
with their friends Kamikaze Ground Crew and The Jazz Passengers
And don't forget their new CD, Been Up So Long It Looks Like Down To Me: The Micros Play The Blues
Out now on Cuneiform Records!

News of the Band


7.00PM, Saturday Dec 09, 2017

The Kitchen presents:

The Microscopic Septet
in a very special performance:

Forever Weird:
Microscopic Kamikaze Passengers

The Kitchen
512 W 19th St
New York, NY 10011
(212) 255-5793 ext. 11
Tuesday–Saturday, 2–6 PM
and 1 hour before each show.

Click here to book tickets
Be there!

"Brimming with uproarious melodies, ebullient shout choruses, driving rhythms and a bevy of probing solos, Been Up So Long It Looks Like Down to Me transcends time and place, combining the primal jubilance of early jazz with a singularly contemporary aesthetic." (Troy Collins, Point of Departure)

Downbeat Magazine pick-of-the-month for May 2017!

About the Micros

The Microscopic Septet is one of the most important and unique bands to come out of the New York Downtown scene and a seven piece jazz band like none you’ve ever heard before.

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