Kayla Painter ‘s Dual Screen show returns for the last time this year to Bristol.
This free gig will showcase the unusual set up of two full sized projection screens, with Kayla performing a live set in between them. Expect to be taken on a dreamy journey through the stars whilst the visuals soar above the performer, and entangle you in an ambient sci-fi world of delights. You’ll catch glimpses of Kayla’s silhouette throughout the performance, and when released from your trance you may have trouble finding your feet, so we advise you move slowly upon exit.
Catch this unmissable show for the last time this year at The Canteen on Stokes Croft, 26th November, Free entry.
“A live show not to be missed” Bristol Live Magazine
“Kayla Painter, the ever enigmatic performer” Howling Owl Records
“A unique slant on the amalgamation of audio and visual..a breath of fresh air” DrunkenWerewolf Magazine
Support from Barnaby Carter
‘Gilles Peterson endorsed, Barnaby Carter’s soulful yet eclectic sound is homegrown talent to have more than one eye kept on in the coming months’ CRACK Magazine
‘Off the back of support slots with Lapalux and The Slow Revolt, and remixes for Nils Frahm, Elephant and Oliver Wilde, Barnaby Carter is readying a new release of dreamy hypnogogic electronica, with washes of atmosphere a la Mount Kimbie, Four Tet and Bonobo.’
Playing at The Canteen on Thursday with Jilk.
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?
Photo: Zoltan Nagy
Venue: The Louisiana , Bristol.
Audiophiles christmas party
A new Bristol collaboration coming your way.
On Friday I had the pleasure of going to watch Baths (Will Wiesenfeld) at The Oval Space, in London.
I performed one of my first ever gigs supporting Baths, in Bristol’s Fire station, and felt it was necessary to see what he was up to. (That and that I pretty much got through 2010 by listening to his album Cerulean).
He has a new album out now, Obsidian (2013), which is what most of his set what about on Friday.
He wore shorts. The music was top.
This weekend, tomorrow, I will be joining Jilk and supporting The Crisis Project at their launch party at Cafe Kino.
Its at 8pm, free entry, and a lovely little venue.
Those of you that came to my record launch would have seen The Crisis Project play a lovely set (and heard Jilk do the sound). Most of you have since asked me about them, where you can buy their stuff, listen to more, and watch their hypnotic visuals. (Cafe Kino is the answer to that). But also here’s some links and stuff to ear up.
See you there.
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