Meanwhile on another jazz planet, Nomades continue their gypsy jazz mini-tour at Alchemy on Saturday night and Sofitel on Sunday morning.
On Friday the Metta Legita Project sees the bewitching Metta teaming up with Andrey Meshcheryakov at Farm to Table, Hills&Bells at Botanico, Jared Bibler at LF Garden, a pop alternative night at Hard Rock Café.
There will be a series of special appearances over the weekend by visiting flamenco guitarist Clark Berger: at Farm to Table on Friday, KWest on Saturday, and FCC on Sunday for their tapas brunch.
On Friday evening Hair Jazz Trio bare themselves at Farm to Table, Good Times Bar hosts Peter Doyle, Ernie Buck is in the garden at LF Social Club, and Antonio is joined by John on saxophone at Botanico.
International Women’s Day is celebrated as a public holiday in relatively few countries – notably the former Soviet bloc, China, Vietnam and parts of Africa – and also in Cambodia.
Last January, Frankie Teardrop Dead came to Cambodia, all the way from North London, cooking neo-psychedelia, shoegaze, dreampop and post-punk into a warm hazy stew, playing to audiences across the Kingdom and gaining a loyal local following.
Julien Poulson on getting over Kek Channthy’s tragic death and the regrouping tomorrow, at LF Social Club, of The Cambodia Space Project muscos at The Mothership.