69 Roseberry Avenue
London, England

Chaos Theory's weird and wonderful showcase full of diversely original acoustic, folk and classical musicians is back.

Breathtakingly talented multi-instrumentalist who many of you may have seen at our 2nd Birthday Festival in February. Josephine composes unique folk and classical music using anything at her disposal, including tap shoes, kora (African harp), washboard, boomwhackers, harpsichord, electric violin, guitar, accordion, music box, symphony orchestra...

This immense group have managed to fuse their love of 60s and 70s rock with modern folk and world music to produce a whole new sound. With vocal harmonies, 2 violins, one guitar, one viola and an ngoni you can expect to be kept on your toes. This is their last Candied Nonsense with their guitarist so make sure you catch them!

A return from the indie folk duo. 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.

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. If you missed her last December then nows the chance to catch her.

Each act will play two short sets.

The Wilmington Arms is right between King's Cross St Pancras, Farringdon, Angel and Russell Square tube stations.

Official Website: http://www.chaostheorymusic.co.uk/candied-nonsense/

Added by Chaos Theory on April 26, 2012

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