Last night I played at Centrespace gallery to celebrate Howling Owl’s 3rd Birthday , alongside Falling Stacks and Oliver Wilde.
And it was great.
Above: Kayla Painter, Falling Stacks, Oliver Wilde at Centrespace gallery.
Photos: James Hankins
Playing at The Canteen on Thursday with Jilk.
Tues 10th June saw the unveiling of the double screen live visuals, in Bath’s venue The Nest.
It was an excellent night.
BRISTOL the double screen AV show is coming – 11 JULY @ Start The Bus.
photos: Ryland Painter
I’m so excited to be invited back for a second year to play at Southampton’s Pulse Festival.
After having such a great time last year, i am very keen to see what is in store this year.
The line up has a lot to offer, with The Correspondents (who are a personal fav of mine), Fun Lovin’ Criminals, and of course a tea drinking Mr Scruff! The local ciders, ales, food from local restaurants also prove for an indulgent weekend!
I’m playing on the court yard stage on Saturday night, with a full live audio/visual set!
Southampton is my home town so I’m even more pumped for this show..AND rumour has it, my gran is going to be there!!!!
A night of electronic music at Bristol’s trendy flan selling-organic beer drinking -sofa sitting-vintage wearing- tea shop, the Birdcage on Corn Street.
There are three acts playing, myself, Jilk and T-toe. Jilk and Ttoe have known and worked with London’s underground electronica label Bit-Phalanx for many years, and it was actually Jilk himself who spotted me at a Drawn Recordings night (funnily enough sharing the stage with T-toe), who asked me if i’d be interested in coming on board. Last October saw the first label release I’ve done which was through Bit-Phalanx. Essentially this night is three electronica artists playing out for no real reason other than because we love gigging. We are so excited to all be on the same show for once, (as we are endlessly supporting each other at live shows), so expect a lot of energy, a lot of foot tapping come body moving, and i’ll be there with Jason who provides mesmerising visuals to my live shows.
Its £3 which means, for those of you not so great at maths, £1 per artist.
I feel this is a reasonable deal, and if you feel otherwise, perhaps you should come in and heckle?