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Brightons Finest Review

“Another highlight from Thursday were Jouis, they are a group who’ve been around forever, but one I’ve rarely seen live. I get the impression they are a bit of a collective, either that or they’ve shed a few members since I last caught an incarnation of the group. The set presented tonight was an all-singing three-piece combo of keys, baritone guitar (able to hit the low bass notes and soar up to higher lead licks) and drums playing some phenomenal retro psychedelia. On the strength of this performance they’re an act that should be filling tents in every medium sized festival in the land, but I fear they may lack the agency to get there.”

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Rock United Album Review

Album review from Rock United Reviews – Link

“Dojo” is clearly not your ordinary rock album as Jouis from Brighton, U.K. are blending and combining jazz, fusion, west coast, psychedelica and progressive rock on their debut album. Strictly intended to the open minded as you definitely need to enjoy several different styles and genres of complex and difficult music to truly appreciate their vivid effort. Simply look away for the next couple of minutes if you’re only into simple and straight arrangements and top 40 easy listening.

  • 10.12.16


First Impressions Music – Interview

Joe Woodham answered some questions for First Impressions music, check out the interview Here

My name is Joe Woodham, i play bass in Jouis. A Brighton based psychedelic/prog/folk/jazz band. I also write and record some of my own songs.
Jouis have been together for 8 years, released 2 EPs, a single and our debut album Dojo.
We’ve toured the UK several times aswell as gigs in the Netherlands, Belgium, France and Spain.

  • 07.06.16