Woodland Recordings Showcase

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With: Birdengine / Kristin McClement / Hiawatha Telephone Company
Star + Shadow Cinema
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Friday, June 26 at 7.30pm

Brighton-based record label Woodland Recordings have a reputation for releasing haunting, intense, spectral folk with a distinctly British sound, influenced by the cosmic folk of the late-sixties, Sarah Records, and the Basement Tapes.

They’ve worked with and released material by Sons of Noel and Adrian, Mary Hampton, Men Daimler and Hamilton Yarns.

Tonight, the Star & Shadow present three helpings of beautifully handmade alt-folk from:

BIRDENGINE

Birdengine project a trinket world through a distorted folklore lens – hybrids of animal and human slipping off the tongue with mystical economy, feeding the imagination in half shadows. Strange narratives, an alchemic voice and Spanish tunings.
http://www.myspace.com/birdengine
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwjDnsjJ_Ec

KRISTIN MCCLEMENT

Distinctive, spellbinding voice, the aural equivalent of one of those remarkable slow motion films of a bird in flight, alights on a gently rippling accompaniment that plucks and strums…
http://www.myspace.com/kristinmcclement

HIAWATHA TELEPHONE COMPANY

Lo-fi pop acoustica, influenced by as much by Postcard Records as the Harry Smith Anthology.
http://www.myspace.com/hiawathatelephonecompany

http://www.woodlandrecordings.com

Tickets are £5 members / £6 non-members.

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One response to “Woodland Recordings Showcase

  1. Lovely gig, lovely audience. Thanks for making us all so welcome x

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