Date(s) - 05/02/2017
3:00 pm - 5:30 pm
“Britain’s Most Interesting Record Label” (Billy Reeves – BBC London) presents another late afternoon concert of extraordinary and unique music in the welcoming environment of the ArtsCafe in Manor Park, Lewisham.
BLANCA REGINA –
A new performance from this always fascinating artist- incorporating songs, improvisations, projections, objects and videomapping.
Solo viola performance from this astonishing and engaging musician. Benedict has a new release with bass clarinetist Chris Cundy due on Linear Obsessional Recordings and he is working on a solo release – which may include this performance!
KEV HOPPER & KEITH MOLINE
Kev used to play bass with post-Beefheart oddballs Stump, whilst Keith plays in post-punk legends Pere Ubu- both also play in Prescott. An improvised duo for electic guitar and bass – and many effects pedals!
A set of trancendant songs from this Welsh singer/songwriter “The modus operandi of Men Diamler was to sound like Iggy Pop stabbing James Taylor. On a good night once in a while, this was achieved.” He has recorded a session for BBC 6 Music and is unmissable.
South East London poet Zolan Quobble is a mesmerising performer of his own extraordinary poetry, which somehow seems to capture the intangible delight of music.
The ArtsCafe has food, soft drinks coffee and tea, (and you are welcome to bring a bottle)
Admission to this event is a suggested donation of £5
After the performance we usually retire to The Station Hotel, just next to Hither Green station.