Friday 3 March, Howie Reeve, Professor Crowman, Dr David Ethic, Alisha Kadir, The Edge, 8pm–late


Howie Reeve, Professor Crowman, Dr David Ethic, Alisha Kadi
The Edge
79-81 Cheapside, Deritend, B12 OQH
8pm til late

We are welcoming back Howie Reeve with is violently lovely acoustic bass work alongside and number of the resident live art motley crew.

Howie Reeve;
Hailing from Glasgow, Howie Reeve is hitting the Midlands on his tour. ‘ largely unaccompanied acoustic bass instrumentals are populated by string creaks, deep breaths and fret-buzz, not to mention the odd ingenious and absurd vocal refrain. The songs are roundly expressive, evocative and intimate.’
“As inventive and playful as it is richly emotional…his approach to bass is beautifully expressive, melodic and thoughtful, but also takes in flamenco-style flourishes, charging post-punk grooves, choppy, percussive passages and one surprisingly violent bout of chaos.” (Matt Evans, The List)
We are delighted to welcome back hi intimate and absorbing sounds.

Professor Crowman;
Also returning to the stage with his breakdown of a Brummie in a German world, Crowman will be talking about language and culture crunching form his time in Germany as a sculptor.

Dr David Ethic;
Light harassment from the trouserless ontologist.

Alisha Kadir;
Scratching some new softly aggressive tunes.

The Ubuntu Kitchen will be working to make your mouth water with Albert’s staple South African vetkoek.

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