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Mayshe-Mayshe: Cocoa Smoke Album Launch tickets

Wharf Chambers in Leeds

Thursday 18th October 2018

7:30pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

Mayshe-Mayshe launches her debut album of electronic pop with support from Fig by Four & Basic Switches

 
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Mayshe-Mayshe: Cocoa Smoke Album Launch on Thursday 18th October 2018

Join Mayshe-Mayshe as she lauches her debut album, Cocoa Smoke, with a spectacular show full of new songs, top support from Fig by Four and Basic Switches, and, of course, lots of beautiful merch. CDs! T-shirts! Posters! Pop!

https://www.facebook.com/events/2084190441894085/

£4 in advance or £5 otd

MAYSHE-MAYSHE

Taking influence from artists as diverse as Grimes, Thom Yorke and Taylor Swift and non-musical works such as Jane Austen, Tove Jansson and film noir, Mayshe-Mayshe is a solo project that frequently sounds much, much bigger. She never fails to impress audiences with rich layers of sound, intimate vocal harmonies and introspective lyrics, all of which are present on Cocoa Smoke, a work that signals a significant development in production and ambition for Mayshe-Mayshe.

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FIG BY FOUR

Sarah Statham (Esper Scout, Living Body) has just finished recording the debut Fig by Four album at Greenmount Studios, due for release next year. Here's a Wye Oak cover to listen to in the meantime:
www.soundcloud.com/figbyfour/figbyfourcivilian

BASIC SWITCHES

(Hilary from Cowtown)

got 99 problems but a switch ain't one

https://www.facebook.com/basicswitch/

Music Genres: 

Electronic, Pop

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