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Dorcha / Adrena Adrena / Godspeed You! Peter Andre on Saturday 2nd June 2018
Dorcha are a genre fluid 5 piece band of synths, strings, electronics and heavy beats. A dynamic, versatile group with a refusenik attitude, Dorcha obsess over transporting listeners to a pool of shifting, nearly gothic, barely pop, experimental songwriting. Praised by the likes of BBC Radio 6’s Stuart Maconie on the Freak Zone, 2017 saw further progression in Dorcha’s recognition, with a live performance on BBC Radio 3 Late Junction, appearances at Flatpack Film Festival, Supernormal, Supersonic Festival and more. The band are currently working on a new album for release in 2018.
WATCH ‘Crimson’ live: https://youtu.be/Uft3Cc2y8QQ
LISTEN to the back catalogue: https://dorcha.bandcamp.com/
Adrena Adrena is a collaboration between visual artist Daisy Dickinson and drummer E-Da Kazuhisa, previously the drummer of the Japanese noise band Boredoms. The duo cut a raw blend of drums, noise and organic visual work, featuring in their performances an eight foot white sphere that hangs above Kazuhisa’s drum kit and which Dickinson maps videos on to; her work was described by William Barns-Graham of Fluid Radio as ‘cosmological and transcendental, drawing attention to the wonder of the earth and our sensuality on it’.
Adrena Adrena Live in London @ Cafe Oto https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T466EpgM3Zo
Man on the hill (2016) https://vimeo.com/157294774
Godspeed you! Peter Andre are a new gothic duo set to collide the world of pop royalty with deep dark witch music. Magic realms built by Kaskie (Death of Money / SVNTREADER) & Emma Thompson (Water / Fat Out).
Music Genres: Alternative
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