Bass player Brodie Jarvie’s new band, The Nötts Quartet, have a gig at The Griffin Bar on Tuesday 17th May at 8.30pm.

The other three members of the quartet are ex-Glaswegians Matthew Herd on saxophone (now based in London) and Declan Forde on piano (currently studying in Leeds), and Steven Hanley from Leeds on drums.

Their music is described as being influenced by “the likes of The Bad Plus, Duke Ellington, Bon Iver, Death Cab for Cutie and Kenny Wheeler.“, and if you want to hear what that means in practice, there are several tracks available to listen to on their Soundcloud page.

Admission to Tuesday night’s gig is £5 (£4 concessions). The Griffin is on the corner of Bath Street and Elmbank Street, with gigs normally being held in the room nearest Sauchiehall Street. If you can’t get along to the Glasgow gig, they’re playing at the Jazz Bar in Edinburgh on the 19th.