I’m excited to announce i’ll be playing a show to mark 25 years since Massive attack’s album Blue Lines was released. I’ll be collaborating with Jilk as part of a one off performance where we will reimagine four of the tracks from the album, at Bristol’s independent cinema The Cube. More info below..
BBC Introducing in the West presents a night of music, spoken word and film, celebrating the influence of Massive Attack’s seminal album Blue Lines on the culture of modern Bristol. Featuring new local musicians Andy Oliveri, Jilk, Kayla Painter and ThisisDA as well as spoken word artists Sally Jenkinson, Stephanie Kempson and Vanessa Kisuule, the gig will take place the night before Massive Attack’s live return to the city. There will also be an exclusive showing of a BBC documentary on the making of Blue Lines. Oh, and Sam Bonham and Richard Pitt from BBC Introducing in the West will be broadcasting the whole thing!
Independent Venue Week.
Im so happy to be invited down to the Louisiana to play this event. (for more info on Independent Venue Week, see my earlier blog post here. )
Doors at 7.30pm.
£6 on the door.
Small Engine Repair – 10.15-11.00
Lionface – 9.30 – 10.00
Three Kings High – 8.45 – 9.15
Wyynona Ryyder – 8.00 – 8.30
Kayla Painter: 10.45 – 11.15
Crisis Project: 10.00 – 10.30
Locks: 9.15 – 9.45
Lori Campbell: 8.30 – 9.00
The last time I played the Louisiana was with the Crisis Project in December, and we had the visual artist, Jason (from Crisis Project) create a huge screen behind us and projected live visuals throughout both of our sets.
This time, we are lucky enough to have an even more advanced set up. Jason is talking of two screens, angles, different projections, and other visually tasty things. As i’ll be playing I wont get to see how grand it looks, but I’ll look forward to watching the Crisis Project do their thing with extra visual stuff happening, and whoever is filming/photographing the event, i’d love to see how it looks afterwards!For those of you that want cheap list you can get me on facebook and i’ll put your name down on the door.
Thanks, see you there!