Festival credits including:
Glastonbury (Shangri-La Hell Stage, Glade Spirit of ’71 stage); WOMAD; Bestival; Kendal Calling (main stage); Lovebox; Camp Bestival; Shambala (main stage); Fusion Festival Germany (Chai Wallahs Stage); Wilderness; Standon Calling; End of The Road.
Venues across London including:
The Royal Festival Hall; Kensington Palace; The Coronet Theatre; Kentish Town Forum; Rich Mix; Union Chapel.
Sessions at Abbey Road and AIR Studios with including with producer Haydn Bendall, and residencies held in the Middle East.
Styles including jazz, pop, mariachi, musical theatre and more.
“Emily’s majestic notes touched the heart and alone were worth booking a table and travelling to Adliya for.” - Gulf Daily News (Bahrain), review
“But better than both was the Trans-Siberian March Band, a 13-piece Balkan brass ensemble of flamboyantly dressed Londoners, who played a hugely entertaining collaborative show with the hip-hop turntable virtuoso DJ Yoda. Lively and witty, they proved to be perfect festival crowd-pleasers.” – The Times, WOMAD 2012 review
“DJ Yoda & the Trans-Siberian March Band (10/10) provide the most audacious festival set 2012 will bear witness to. They blend Yoda’s supreme mixing skills with brass throughout a set which doffs its cap to dub step, Dr Dre, Tetris, 80s pop and the Inspector Gadget theme tune. It shouldn’t work but it’s an outrageous triumph for all concerned.” – Virtualfestivals.com, Kendal Calling review