To round 2011 off, we're going to be giving you a chance to see incredible musicians some of whom are rarely seen in London, with lots of ukeleles, banjos and mandolins to boot!
TEAM A VS TEAM B
An genuinely uplifting 5 piece band, made up of jazz, classical, rock and folk musicians, who'll be travelling down from Manchester to join us this evening. Using a huge array of classical instruments they create wonderful acoustic music which smacks of Beirut, Neutral Milk Hotel and Bjork, among many other influences.
NOTE TO SELF: DON'T DIE!
Fantastically diverse band, who are hot on the London independent scene. They impress all with their Bacharach inspired compositions which they've dragged through jazz, rock and blues to come up with their own sound. Playing an acoustic and a plugged in set tonight, we'll have a chance to see all sides to their music.
Moving independent folk artist from Tel Aviv, who we're very grateful to have paying us a visit. Soft but intense, Sun Tailor's music envelopes you in soothing tones while maintaining lots of energy. A rare chance to see him before his debut album Like The Tide is released in 2012.
A brilliant modern English folk singer, playing guitar, ukelele and concertina. With haunting and mesmerising melodies and sharp lyrics, her music is thoroughly refreshing to hear.
A heartfelt duo who play stripped down raw acoustic music. With backgrounds in metal, dance and folk these guitarists capture passionate melodies while maintaining an edge to their music. No strangers to gigging in London, hopefully you'll be following them around the city in their various exploits after seeing them here.
A wonderful female duo from Liverpool who are fresh on the London scene. Their compelling lyrics, passionate vocal harmonies and beautiful melodies have made us fall in love with them. Also using a variety of instruments, you'll definitely find something to be impressed about in this pair.
Official Website: http://www.chaostheorymusic.co.uk/candied-nonsense
Added by Chaos Theory on November 13, 2011