Nicole Skeltys and The Disenchanted + The Many Few + Magdalena Grabher + Steven Ball

The George Tavern, 373 Commercial Road, London

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The George Tavern, 373 Commercial Road E1 0LA
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Thu 19th Jul 2018

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Where:The George Tavern, 373 Commercial Road, London E1 0LA
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Times:19.00 - 22.30 + playout
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About the event

A night of music and visual entertainment - two full album performances and much more!

Nicole Skeltys is courting folk-rock fans with her "21st century woman's response to Bob Dylan" album, so expect a set dripping with Dylan's classic wild mercury sound. Entitled "Deal With Your Disenchantment" , this is original and accomplished songwriting weaving contemporary themes and targets, wicked referential wordplay and bitter judgments through musical arrangements ranging from jangly upbeat protest to sparse introspective, through country twang to swaggering, knockabout frolics. For their sophomore performance, The Disenchanted will be in their guise as a classic rock quartet.

Art-pop new wavers The Many Few will be performing their studio album "Sharkenfreude" from start to finish for the first time. Brimming with nervous energy and moments of high drama, their neural nightmares and catchy quirks will reveal their darkest desires. Featuring sparring male and female lead vocals and precision guitar, the band will mercilessly throw their fresh new drummer's angular slicings on the songs into the mix! Their performance also features display of mind-blowing originally created abstract art.

Multi-instrumentalist loop-station virtuoso Magdalena opens the night with a half our set of her fine offerings, fusing jazz, pop and R&B sounds with an eclectic range of instruments and world percussion. Authentic and engaging, Magdalena has great international appeal as evidenced by her recent successful tour of Europe's capitals.

Fusing the night together is audio-visual artist Steven Ball who will present a selection of short films throughout the evening - expect an exploration of landscape and spatial representation and the relationship between global, social, political and post-colonial spheres.

There is even an in-house fashion artist, Neil Curtis who will be showing off some recent creations - which include Nicole Skeltys' stage outfit!

We recommend you come for the whole immersive experience but if you're pushed for time, here are the stage times:

Doors 7pm (entry free)
7:45 Steven Ball (video shorts)
9:00 Steven Ball (video shorts)
10:30 Steven Ball (video playout)

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