A couple of my compadres run Tartaruga records and they are putting on their second all-dayer at Cafe Oto in Dalston. Last year's was awesome, and this year's will no doubt be the same.
So why not head along, yeah?
Facebook event info: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=212633370443
For those with a long attention span:
Part Wild Horses Mane on Both Sides (Singing Knives): A primal elemental swirl of visceral scattered percussion and encircling flute harmonics. Fierce and soothing in equal measure - a sonic landscape to become immersed in utterly.
Message To Bears: Fading summer twilight tones and blissful guitar clusters. Instrumental reflections tinged with melancholy but at the same time providing calm solace and beautiful escape.
Rudi Arapahoe: Somnambulist's dreams and magical realist melodies shimmer and weave through glacial constructions of foggy notes and crackling harmonic embers.
C Joynes (Leith Hill Recordings, Bo'Weavil, Palimpsest, GPS, Rusted Rail): Fragmented fingerpicked guitar and instrumental folk textures - nostalgic without pastiche, and with a warm, enveloping intimacy.
Stray Ghost (Highpointlowlife, Dead Pilot, Phantom Channel): Crystalline distillations of beauty and melancholy filtered through a soft reverie of fragile drones, struck through with occasional hints of unease like a nagging half-forgotten memory.
Jon Collin (Singing Knives, The Whole Voyald): A sprawling haze of solo improvised guitar and valve-amp hum, all Dead Man drama and rough-hewn awe and beauty.
Braindead Collective: Kaleidoscopic jazz-drenched noise-rock experiments - clawing across as many genres as will fit in each hybrid burst of sonic onslaught.
Thee Moths: Tactile electronic structures that ebb and swirl amidst a dizzying array of noises drawn from instruments designed or bent to purpose - transportive and otherwordly.
Grapefruits: Citric yellow fruit.
more acts and full details to to be announced."