Philip Clemo presents an evening of dream-like song forms and multi textured sonic journeys.
Philip Clemo is a trans-disciplinary artist working across composition, sound design and film. His work is “mesmerising” (The Times), “startlingly original” (The Observer), “intricate, immersive” (Mojo) and “beautiful, transcendent” (BBC).
Clemo builds complex sound worlds, exploring form, improvisation, ambience and electronica. He has released six critically acclaimed albums, including 2016’s Dream Maps, described by Jazzwise as “Symphonic ambience... echoes of... Brian Eno and David Sylvian. Miles’ Sketches of Spain reimagined by Jon Hassell”. Over 20 years Clemo has worked with a diverse group of musicians including Arve Henriksen, Byron Wallen, B J Cole, Henry Lowther, Evi Vine and Cleveland Watkiss.
The show will be opened by Evi Vine. Evii's a singer/songwriter emerging from UK’s underground music scene. She has been inspired by such diverse artists as Leonard Cohen, the Cocteau Twins, Arvo Part and Nine Inch Nails. Raw and emotive, Evi’s powerful, but minimalist narrative style is very much her own. Her debut album "…and So The Morning Comes" was released in 2011 and her second album ‘Give Your Heart to the Hawks’, released in 2015, was described as "exhilarating... euphoric and… ecstasy incarnate” by Peter Marks
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