>>> Wednesday 31 March @ The Lexington
HER NAME IS CALLA
Her Name is Calla produce an intensity rarely seen these days, a mix of hushed tones and wailing guitars with brass and strings throw in for good measure. This UK-based collective have an almost slow-core element to their music but it's bigger and louder and longer than all of that. A must see.
Worriedaboutsatan take elements of ambient, minimal techno, electronica and post-rock and wrap them all in their own warm blanket. Their new album ‘Arrivals’ has gained some amazing press in recent weeks and interest will continue to grow over the months.
THE MONROE TRANSFER
"At their most beautiful, The Monroe Transfer are able to lightly brush the places that so few other instrumental acts can...it’s exciting when a band that features not a single singer is able to take you away to someplace other than the here and now on fabulous waves of orchestral sound. The Monroe Transfer, at their most beautiful, are that band." [Drowned in Sound]
London quartet playing space drone rock'n'roll, they are great!
Buy tickets: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/64700
The Lexington: 69-98 Pentonville Road - Tube: Angel