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Kristin Hersh (Electric Trio) (with Rob Ahlers and Fred Abong) tickets

Left Bank in Leeds

Thursday 21st March 2019

7:30pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

PPY & Brudenell Promotions present American singer-songwriter Kristin Hersh, known for her solo work and with rock bands Throwing Muses and 50FootWave

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Kristin Hersh (Electric Trio) (with Rob Ahlers and Fred Abong) on Thursday 21st March 2019

PPY & Brudenell Presents

Kristin Hersh (Electric Trio)
(with Rob Ahlers and Fred Abong)

@ Left Bank, Leeds

Doors 7.30pm

Kristin Hersh will be touring the UK in Spring 2019 with Rob Ahlers (50 Foot Wave) on drums and Fred Abong (Throwing Muses, Belly) on bass.

Throwing Muses’ lynchpin, Kristin Hersh’s prolific career has seen her heralded queen of the alternative release.

Her tenth studio album, ‘Possible Dust Clouds’ is a highly personalised sociopathic gem delivered as a futuristic rewriting of how music works, a melodious breeze with a tail wind of venomous din.

Enveloping the juxtaposition of the concept of ‘dark sunshine’, a brooding solo record created with friends to expand her off-kilter sonic vision; a squally, squeaky mix of discordant beauty.

Feedback and phasing gyrate from simply strummed normality, imagine Dinosaur Jr and My Bloody Valentine cranking up a Dylan couplet.

‘Possible Dust Clouds’ is a glorious return to form for one of alternative rock’s true innovators. “She's still as powerful a presence as she ever was.”Pitchfork“The prodigious output and commitment to quality is pretty staggering, but then Kristin Hersh is a very, very special musician.”The Quietus “Throwing Muses became a byword for college-rock feminism in the late 80s, largely because of Hersh’s uncompromising impressionist poetry of emotional anguish, subjugated womanhood and mental illness.”The Guardian

Ages 18+

Music Genres: 

Alternative, Folk, Pop, Rock

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