There is true magic to Williams work; an enchanting craft that has grown and expanded as she’s moved from one project to the next, from the breakthrough success of her Mercury Prize nominated Little Black Numbers LP all the way to her Sylvia Plath tribute project.
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Fronted by Nigerian singer Eno Williams, Ibibio Sound Machine is a clash of African and electronic elements inspired in equal measure by the golden era of West-African funk & disco and modern post-punk & electro.
The Music of Cream 50th Anniversary World Tour will be coming to Exeter on Tue 15 Oct for a once-In-a-lifetime concert salute to the most innovative and explosive supergroup of all time.
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This bold, original performance by RedCape Theatre is about the power of the Heimlich manoeuvre, adventure and escape, the death of the Little Chef, the call of the open road, and the kind of friendship you’d take a bullet for.
With clear references to the mid-60s sounds of Greenwich Village, Ferris & Sylvester’s canny combination of blues, folk and indie-rock ’n’ roll that emerged from their solo selves is spellbinding, sitting somewhere between the riff-driven energy of Jack White and the expansive melodies of First Aid Kit (‘Alt-Simon & Garfunkel’ – The Guardian).
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