Sat 30 Oct


£49.90The price you'll pay. No surprises later.
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Electric Brixton
Doors open at 5:00 PM
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Over the last 30 years, Garmarna have been stirring in a rich blend of influences that create their unique sonic blend. For their efforts, they have won a Swedish Grammy award, gained the respect and collaboration of esteemed musicians in their homeland, and cultivated an international following. On their seventh and latest studio album 'Förbundet', GARMARNA continue blurring the traditional and the modern, with the often multi-tracked vocals of Emma Hardelin floating above it all.

The Dutch band Shireen released their first full-length album MATRIARCH in 2017. The album was well received and with the music video UMAI counting more than two and a half million views the band has claimed their spot in the alternative music scene. 
Charactarized by a vivacious and diverse sound, the band names their genre “Witchpop”. They effortlessly blend folk, pop and rock with electronic samples and beats creating a raw, energetic sound to carry vocalist Annicke Shireen’s enthralling voice. Inspirations include artists such as Bjork, Kate Bush, Apocalyptica and Tool.

Luc Arbogast (born in La Rochelle, France on 2 November 1975) is a French musician and singer, songwriter. He was a contestant in season 2 of the French television talent competition The Voice: la plus belle voix. After the show, he was signed to Mercury Records, a Universal Music Division.

Hrafngrímr is a Neo Nordic artistic collective. As a modern and fantazised interpretation of the Nordic Mythology and old Norse poetry, Hrafngrímr makes a connection between past and present times...

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