More fantastic artists bringing their original and experimental concepts to the table!
Each of the artists will have two sets with an interval in between, so that you can see the various sides to their performances at different points in the evening...
A brilliant 7 piece who fuse delta river blues with Afro beats and folk music using stringed instruments and voices. With members from Pakistan, Ireland and Germany, be prepared for a multi-ethnic sound pooling influences from many cultures.
Already huge in the Irish music scene, we are immensely excited to be hosting this Belfast-based talent at Candied Nonsense. Armed only with an electric violin, a delay pedal and a loopstation, Ruby creates passionate music drawing on electronic, East European, jazz and classical influences to create exciting and rich textural sounds. Just check out her debut album Murmurations to see what we mean.
Three sisters who have been making music together since they were very young. Creating soulful vocal harmonies alongside their alternative pop and down tempo acoustic sounds, they have gained the attention of audiences across the country, including the late great John Peel.
We loved this brilliant singer and harpist when she performed her own compositions in our old venue in Notting Hill. Now we'll have the chance to see her beautiful heartfelt music in full form on harp, bass and piano. We can't wait to see how she's developed over the last few months.
This singer songwriter manages to bring a dynamic energy to soft acoustic music. Influenced by the likes of Alanis Morisette, Tracy Chapman and Skunk Anansie, we can expect an impressive performance from Ciara.
No stranger to the London gig scene, you may well recognise Tim from many venues across London. Playing music influenced by the Beatles and Elliott Smith, expect a melodic, fascinating and melancholic performance from this burgeoning singer songwriter.
Click on the link to find the performers' websites.
Official Website: http://www.chaostheorymusic.co.uk/candied-nonsense/
Added by Chaos Theory on October 28, 2011