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.

VINCE YALLOP

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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