Clash Magazine & EASTnotEAST present...
Wednesday September 4th
@ Birthdays, Dalston
33-35 Stoke Newington Road, London, N16 8BJ
£6.50 ADVANCE TICKETS: http://www.skiddle.com/e/11946860/
FIRST 50 BUYERS RECEIVE A FREE COPY OF CLASH
After a sold out show with Bipolar Sunshine and Benin City, our sister clubnight EASTnotEAST continues its new monthly residency at Birthdays on Wednesday September 4th with a smattering of live electronic folk and abnormal beats. Fyfe, Jamie Isaac and Nick Brewer will all grace the stage for full live performances, and the entire night will be sewn together by the divine micro-DJ sets of Somerset producer, DJ God Hard. September 4th will also mark the release of Clash Magazine issue 88, and the first fifty advance ticket buyers will receive a FREE copy on arrival at the venue.
Fyfe has garnered mass attention with the delicate and experimental pop sounds of his ‘Solace EP’. The coming months will see even more new music, and his most recent track ‘Conversations’ might be the best so far, manifesting as a haunting ballad of glassy vocals and chattering beats.
The 18-year-old originally became known for his collaborative work with King Krule, but has now acquired a solid solo following since the release of his masterful ‘I Will Be Cold Soon EP’. From that release, ‘Softly Draining Seas’ has become his clarion call, a dark and warped piano number full of clicking percussion and reverbed vocals.
A new young lyricist from the streets of Essex, whose poetic rap prose is set upon a backdrop of hazy hip-hop soundscapes. Nick’s EP comes out in mid-September and features Jacob Banks, George The Poet and Joel Baker.
Advance tickets are ?6.50 from Skiddle, or ?8 on the door. If you attended the last EASTnotEAST, then check your emails for a special loyalty discount code.