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!
This weekend I played in the corner of a Cube on Friday night.
A pop up space in town on Saturday day time (set with Jilk)
and released my EP Saturday night at the Looking Glass.
My EP is now out for sale… £5 for a hard copy.
Online/digital/ will be released on 14th October 2013.
If you want a hard copy you can get one from me at my gigs.
Or if you can’t wait, you can order one direct from me miss.kayla.painter[AT]gmail.com
Thanks for all those people that came along it did not go unrecognised , especially for travelling from Southampton, Norwich, London & the black hole in Montpelier.
and this moment of self reflection
(and then also this for those of you who aren’t laughing).
This week is going to be quite a busy one.
I am playing Friday night, supporting Kettel & Coppe @ the Cube Bristol.
event info here
Where i’ll be doing a late night set at the bar, for people to bob around to.
Saturday day time i’ll be doing a set with Jilk at The Island, in order to raise money for The Cube. Event info here. We’ll be doing some stuff with cassette tapes, pedals, live improv eat your heart out.
Saturday night time, to finish of the mini marathon, i’ll be releasing my second record ; A Very New Everything. @ The Looking Glass. info here.
With Coloquix , an artist from Sheffield, also celebrating a release.
With support from the rather wonderful Crisis Project, who I shared a stage with a few weeks back at Start The Bus, when supporting Chrome Sparks.
Free Entry – 8pm kick off. Djs. Visuals. fully. You know the score.
hard copies of the new CD will be available to buy that eve, digital release is going to be a few days later.
The Crisis Project
Needless to say im getting cabin fever from being in the studio for so long.