SWiNE night – 29th November @The Victoria

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November 29th  SWiNE are holding a multi-disciplinary event at The Victoria, set to challenge, inspire, provoke and fascinate from 4:30 for absolute no entry costs at all – and for ages 14+.

The bill thus far:

4:45: Josh Wolfsohn – a dynamic and charismatic singer-songwriter; who blends alternative, folk and pop elements in with his strong songwriting abilities and natural musicianship.

5:20: Promo

5:45: Loopey & Honey – an avant garde musical duo who specialise in modernist influenced composition as well as noise-rock and electronica, they base their pieces around improvisation and strange sets of instructions to create challenging and incendiary live sets that are never the same.

6:20: Wilf Steenbergen – a idiosyncratic and thought provoking poet with a unique presence and style that shines through in his performance and writing

6:45: Kid Calico & The Astral Ponies (trio) – a special stripped down and adapted performance of 3 of the 5 astral ponies, who’s multitude of influences and distinctive creative thought-processes have had them labelled as everything from ‘Anglicana’ to ‘Biscuit Stomp’.

7:30: ‘What Manner of Fresh Hell Is This?’ A short film – is a realistic and visceral film exposing the routines of alcoholics in stark monochrome, created by the prolific and idiosyncratic production channel: ‘WetToe Productions’

7:55: TBA poetry performance

8:25: Diagonal People – explosive and dynamic group of youths whose influences and aspirations stretch so wide they’ve become self-apointedly ‘Post-Genre’; their live sets are full of spectacle, strange noises and inventive expression

9:30: ‘Adagio: A Fable about Everything for Children’ (short film) – an aesthetically striking and simplistically poetic visual adaption of Rachmaninov’s 2nd Concerto’s 2nd movement; from the GoldMan films team, an aspiring young group of filmmakers

9:50: Sahara Heights – A lively and energetic young indie band who keep getting more and more popular, music that’s rooted in modern day psych-pop with a very fine-tuned finish and sound – with experienced performance skills to sweeten the deal.

It’s set to be a special and unique showcase of local auteurs’ aspiring creativity and ambition that will also provide thought provoking weekend entertainment.
So get down and get promoting for us! Thanks – Can’t wait!
More info TBA.

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About Dave Franklin

Musician, scribbler, historian, gnostic, seeker of enlightenment, asker of the wrong questions, delver into the lost archives, fugitive from the law of averages, blogger, quantum spanner, left footed traveller, music journalist, zenarchist, freelance writer, reviewer and gemini. People have woken up to worse.
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