Let Spin + Fangtrouser

Wednesday 26 February 2014 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
£6 Adv / £4 Concessions



Let Spin is a new musical collaboration which features original compositions from all four members, from dark, brooding grooves to upbeat quirky riffs via folk-infused melodies and free playing. Featuring guitarist Moss Freed (Moss Project), bassist Ruth Goller (Acoustic Ladyland, Rokia Traore, ), saxophonist Chris Williams (Mercury nominated Led Bib) and Fin Panter (Beats & Pieces) on drums.

Between them, these individual players have played with the cream of contemporary genre-crossing UK bands, and this coming-together promises to be an electric meeting of their creative forces.

This tour is to celebrate their debut album, Let Spin, being released on Manchester based indy label Efpi.

“Let Spin are firmly rooted in the modern, the hectic, and the gleefully bizarre.” – London Jazz

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/letspin
Website: http://letspin.yolasite.com/

Fangtrouser

Fangtrouser play oblique, groove-laden, cubist swampwaltz, laced with interludes of twinkling elizabethan neon folk. Pulling the notion of the song through a hedge backwards, the quartet’s stripped, impassioned sound nods towards the usual krautrock suspects and 70s Midlands rock with morsels of brooding surrealist verse.

Website: http://www.fangtrouser.com/


Location
The Coal Vaults


https://www.wegottickets.com/event/238316


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