Come one come all! Me and Bridget Hayden have organised this event to take place on the 18th May in Todmorden.
REALLY looking forward to it. We’re going have cake and cocktails on sale, DJ some great music, and everyone gets to take home some new clothes = best day ever.
Donations on the door. All proceeds going to fund Woolf Music in Wiltshire (we’re both playing it and need the train fare guys!)
Great poster supplied by Jake Blanchard.
Hope you can make it, Sof x
Things are going rather well since I left London to live in the valley. It’s only been a week but it’s all rather nice so far.
I’m playing a gig on the 16th April in Manchester which I’m thrilled about! I’m so happy to have my dear Joincey along and a good chance that equally dear Pascal Nichols will be there too playing my songs as a kinda ‘backing band’. Expect wild keytar and drum machine solos, I feel it in my bones.
It’s at a working art space called The Penthouse on the 16th April. Here’s some info about the other bands playing:
TG GONDARD (fr)
GAEL MOISSONNIER (fr)
Both french artists/musicians are now living in Brussels, Belgium. Expect two very different and personal approaches of either experimental lo-fi pop and improvised experimental noise synthesis. One of TG Gondard’s latest record has been released by Not Not Fun records. G. Moissonnier’s first solo tape is due very soon on the always great looking Winebox press…
Rosanne Roberston (Manch)
Robertson is an artist working with action sound and moving image. She was recently selected as an emerging live artist and ‘provocateur’ of Manchester for Dazed Digital- the online home of magazine Dazed and Confused http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/14117/1/doodlebug-selects-rosanne-robertson the article gives a little further background to her practice.
This gig is £3 unwaged and £4 waged.
26-28 Hilton Street
(On the corner of Hilton Street and Tariff Street at the Sunshine Studios end of Hilton Street)
and here’s the FB page.
Got a couple of other shows in March in Bradford and Manchester again but more about that later X