Sonic Cathedral and Bella Union join forces for what will be a very special evening in St Giles-in-the-Fields Church in central London.
Headlining are delectable Danish dreampoppers Our Broken Garden, the band formed by sometime Efterklang keyboardist Anna Brønsted. Their second album, 'Golden Sea', is out on Bella Union on October 18 and it's a masterpiece. You'll have no doubt read a gushing review of it in some music magazing ...or other, and for once they are wholly justified.
In support are Still Corners, London-based shoegazers with a '60s sensibility, whose song 'Endless Summer' proved to be something of a sensation during the actual summer that never really got started. You can try to find a copy of it on seven-inch, but you won't for love nor money.
First on is Lucas Renney, essentially the Wearside Leonard Cohen. His debut album, 'Strange Glory', is a work of true genius and was produced by none other than Bella Union boss Simon Raymonde. See, these things aren't just thrown together!
DJ for the evening is Ulrich Schnauss, who will be playing a special ambient and ethereal set. If the wires are long enough, he will be doing this from the pulpit. Come and give praise.
Oh, and there will be a wine stall. Really, you shouldn't need any more encouragement than that.
Tickets are available for the ridiculously low price of £8 here: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/94170