After having such a lovely time at the Waverly gig in September, the acts (The Sound Priestess, Ali Sha Sha and Gaze Is Ghost) and I discussed the idea of doing another gig but this time in an expanded form. Aleks (The Sound Priestess) pointed out the September gig was on the Autumn equinox, so it only made sense for the next gig to be on the Spring Equinox (well as close to that as possible. Equinox is the 20th March but Saturdays are better for gigs like this).
Anyways here is an all dayer special gig with a lovely varied lineup of a fantastic bunch of acts at the cracking venue which is St Vincent's Chapel.
Order below is random... Running order tbc.
The Sound Priestess: "Multi instrumentalist, gong master, sound witch and one half of Chanting Temples." Organic ambient ritual drones.
Ali Sha Sha: Psychedelic dream pop "born from the memories of mountains exploring the ephemeral nature of love and life."
Burnt Paw: Captivating alternative psychedelic dreamy acoustic folk about quests and adventures from a Wizard. May contain references to Dragons, Cats and Mountains.
Unwavering: Purveyor of subterranean stark, minimal and cavernous drone folk guiding you through that trip over the mountains or through the woods.
Bell Lungs: Psychedelic dream-pop drone ambience songstress. "Her music takes a freewheeling, magpie attitude to ambient, noise, free improvisation, psychedelia, jazz, post-rock, minimalism and folk, creating subtly shifting sound worlds"
Llennett: Atmospheric keyboards and powerful vocals flirting with a variety of different moods and textures taking you on an eclectic and immersive journey.
" from Grunge to Trip-Hop, dark n heavy to light n happy. Eclectic is my middle name. "
Puppet Midnight: Alternative frantic angular indie punk solo bass with vocals telling tales of burning mattresses, puppets, animals and Greek mythology amongst other things.
"Possibly the oddest thing I've ever posted"-TheFudlip
Maud The Moth: An Insect creating haunting, beautiful and hypnotic soundscapes. She "draws on a wide- ranging musical background, including traditional folk, jazz, classical, avant-garde and rock."
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