Electronic folk from Third Eye man
VINCE YALLOP Slow presents an evening of exploratory electronic folk music on Monday offering a rare chance to see Matt Elliott – the man behind 90s avant drum 'n' bass alias Third Eye Foundation.
Slow presents an evening of exploratory electronic folk music at The Marquee in Cattle Market Street, Norwich (7.30-11pm) on Monday, June 6, offering a rare chance to see Matt Elliott – the man behind 90s avant drum 'n' bass alias Third Eye Foundation.
He has discovered a new seam of inspiration in European and Slavic folk music, which forms the predominant mood on his ninth album, Drinking Songs.
Main support comes from Manyfingers – long-time Bristol scenester Chris Cole.
Opening is Thee, Stranded Horse, aka kora-player Yann Tambour, whose musical journey has been from classical guitar to pop to art-rock. A debut 7” inch is limited to 500 copies.
Doors 7.30pm, first performance 8.15pm, entry £4.
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