Peace In The City presents a night of thoughtful and occasionally fizzing guitar led fayre for a rather splendid night of live music from 8pm to 1130pm with DJs after until 4am.
Kings of Leon beating up The Maccabees, under the watchful eyes of White Lies
Art 2.0 – an artistic climate where honesty and emotion are revered and the regurgitation of putrid, lacklustre plagiarism is no longer celebrated. Art will not be used as a talent competition or an avenue for the dosser to reach international stardom and instead will progress to its fundamental level as an expression of human soul in an exciting, evocative way.
Thoughtful and melodious tunes with a hint of British Sea Power and Neil Young.
"The cloud wisps are flushed with flesh pink, and the trillions of twigs are becoming extremely distinct; and now there is no more colour below: the houses, the lawn, the fence, the vistas in between, everything has been toned down to a kind of auburn grey."
She is heavily influenced by a wide variety of music, and as a result it is hard to pigeon hole her writing. Each set she performs offer contrasting songs, from folky ditties, epic blues, soulful incantations, country choruses and quirky jazzy melodies.
After DJ Maurice playing a mix of rocknroll, electro, pop and old and new school dancefloor smashes until 4am.
Doors 7.30pm £5 Entry.
The Good Ship, 289 Kilburn High Road, London NW6 7JR.
Kilburn tube, Brondesbury main line.