91 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL
Tues 12 Jan 2016
Ringlefinch are a London based alternative folk band with an eye for mischief, an ear
for an earworm, and a beat for your feet! Their unique sound blends the strong melodies and storytelling of folk music, the toe-tapping rhythms of swing and jazz manouche, and dark-humoured, wittily introspective lyrics to create rabble-rousing songs with moments of genuine tenderness.
“A stomping good-time folky band with touches of flamenco, gypsy jazz and swing” – Softly Softly
Greyhounds Greyhounds Greyhounds is the musical moniker of Harry Harris (folk singer, guitarist, Welsh), Caroline O’Donoghue (writer, raconteur, Irish) and Ellie Cowan (violinist, baker, English). The music is loud, ramshackle, and occasionally stompy – we expect you to be the same.
Seafoxes is an art-music collaboration based in the former docklands of East London. The members are a group of friends hailing from Norway, Scotland, England and Poland, who formed the band together in early 2015. Their music (created by Karina, Yvonne and Jane) features ethereal vocal harmonies and bewitching violin instrumentals, while Karolina’s exquisite artwork is influenced by the diverse topics covered in the song lyrics. The Seafoxes have been gigging regularly in London and also hit the festival circuit this summer, with slots at the Cock & Bull Festival in Somerset and at the inaugural ButeFest in Scotland. They are currently putting together material to record their debut EP, with a view to releasing this in late 2015.
Foot stomping, finger picking, harmonica blowing music box