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SoulWorld musicIndieAlternativeIndie-folk

The Shoe Factory Social Club

October 20, 2019 from 13:00 to 23:00

Sarathy Korwar, Eliza Shaddad, Virginia Wing & Guests (Wild Paths) 1.30pm Full Day Event | Tickets at:

200 + Acts spread over 18 Venues - Sir Toby's Beers presents In association with Odd Box Promotions... Lost Under Heaven, Sarathy Korwar, Eliza Shaddad & Many More Lost Under Heaven (Downstairs) Lost Under Heaven are Ebony Hoorn and Ellery James Roberts. After eloping to Amsterdam on the 21st of December 2012, Ebony and Ellery began to experiment with form and approach on a collaborative life work,the basis for their critically acclaimed debut album, "Spiritual Songs For Lovers To Sing" in May 2016.Now, after a period spent in an embryonic retreat, Lost Under Heaven return with "Love Hates What You Became" a startling, thought-provoking record shot full of incisive social commentary that captures the couple at there most musically raw and visceral. Youtube - For The Wild - Sarathy Korwar (Upstairs) Sarathy Korwar is a jazz artist was born in the us, he grew up in Ahmedabad and Chennai in India. His early musical influences were Ahmad Jamal and John Coltrane. At the age of 17 he moved to Pune to study degree in Environmental Science but soon decided he wanted to do music. Finishing his studies he later moved to London to purse a career in music, where he trained as a classical tabla player under the guidance of Sanju Sahai and graduated with a MMus in Performance from SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies) focusing on the adaptation of Indian classical rhythmic material to non-Indian percussion instruments. Mumbay: Eliza Shaddad (Downstairs) Born to Sudanese and Scottish parents, Eliza Shaddad is a descendent of a long line of artists and poets dating back to the 1800’s. Raised across Europe and Africa and now based in London, her recently released four-track EP ‘Waters‘ was produced by Mercury Music Prize nominated Chris Bond — the huge talent behind Ben Howard — and released on Beatnik Creative.Following heavy support from BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio Scotland, XFM, Amazing Radio, and acclaim from The Sunday Times, The Line of Best Fit, Clash Magazine, and i-D Magazine, Shaddad played three brilliant shows at this year’s The Great Escape, and launched her EP at a sold-out full band show in London this June. This Is My Cue: Sharky (Upstairs) Sharky’s voice acts almost like its own instrument as her vocals slide from one syllable and word to the next, creating a silky and smooth melodic line against an accomplished jazz/funk/soul​ ​musical backdrop.Sharky's upbeat psychedelic odyssey will take you on a journey of lyrical intrigue, alluring production and ornate vocals quite unlike anything you've heard before. She is a unique talent, who has already caught the eye of Indie Shuffle, The Line Of Best Fit and Giles peterson. Viginia Wing (Downstairs) Comprising Alice Merida Richards And Sam Pillay, Virginia Wing are an experimental pop band with a lush yet ever-changing sound. Early works like 2014’s Measures of Joy drew comparisons to Broadcast, Stereolab, This Heat & Blonde Redhead, but as the years went by, their music expanded to include elements of jazz and psych-pop as well as African & Asian sounds. By the time of 2018’s Ecstatic Arrow, Virginia Wing established themselves as an equally innovative and heartfelt act. The Second Shift: Yadasofi (Upstairs) Yadasofi was formed in 2018 and are ready to burst onto the scene, coming at 2019 with their debut single 'Negev', a deep cut into the sandy deserts of the Middle East. A concoction of Afrobeat, Latin and Jazz music, this tune will have you humming the melody non stop. Negev Live: Free Love (Downstairs) Free Love is the latest manifestation of Scottish duo Suzanna Rodden and Lewis Cook – a continuation and progression of their utopian dance pop experiments released on Night School Records & Optimo which have seen them nominated for Scottish Album of the Year and performing across the globe. Using a table of all-hardware electronics, Free Love harness a charismatic chaos and unpredictable energy that sets them apart as one of the most exciting artists of their time. Synchronicity: Nebula Sun (Upstairs) Nebula Sun are a five-piece outfit from Norwich, drawing on influences from styles such as Afrobeat and Malian blues to early soul and jazz. Combining dance-focused rhythms with atmospheric melodies and meaningful lyrics. Nebula Sun create thoughtfully crafted songs, taking the listener on a journey through unconventional structures and diverse musical experiences.The influence of artists such as Pharoah Sanders and Fela Kuti have guided their music to make a unique and vibrant sound. Blending the raw energetic qualities of jazz and hip-hop with the delicate folk sounds comparable to Nick Drake, the band’s dynamics move between sensitive and spacious to heavy and intense. Fresh from a busy year touring the festival circuit, the band are beginning 2019 by releasing their debut EP, “Through The Surface”. Nebula Sun are fast making a name for themselves as a live band who create an electrifying atmosphere at their shows with a set that mixes tight arrangements with spontaneity and improvisation. Through The Surface: Phobophobes (Downstairs) Phobophobes are a 6 piece band located in London. In 2018 they released a debut LP called “Miniature World”. From this they gained more and more attention. Lauren Laverne, Steve Lamacq and Iggy Pop have regularly played the band’s tracks on BBC 6 Music. Since then they have gone on to record their second album with Youth, due for UK release in 2019, and have fully embraced the return of previous bass player Elliot Nash, this time he is on lap-steel and baritone guitar. Where Is My Owner: China Bowls (Upstairs) Singer songwriter China Bowls delivers a smooth honey pot of sounds, combining neo soul, jazz and hip hop influences. Bowls' playful use of acrobatic vocals weave in and out of her percussive guitar tones and combine with honest and insightful lyricism to tackle a range of subjects including grief, belonging and horrible bosses. Now armed with a band of some of the best players from Bristol's thriving jazz scene, her live show soars between moments of quiet vulnerability to full blown fire. To Belong: Birds of Hell (Downstairs) Fizzy hummus, shamanic power animals, Great Yarmouth, bin bag sorbet. And music. Cosmic love music. Two Brothers: Theo (Upstairs) Smooth jazzy soul with a jazzy tinge. Wolf Number (Downstairs) Wolf Number are a three piece band located in Norwich. The band play instrumental music, mixing atmospheric soundscapes, trip-hop grooves and dirty rocking riffs. They are either known as the loudest ambient group or the quietest rock band. A few of there influences are Radiohead, 65 days of static , Mammal Hands and God Is An Astronaut. What Is It: The Isle of CC (Upstairs) THE ISLE OF CC brings an ambient and compelling sound to whisk the listener away on an adventure. Influenced by Erykah Badu, Ravyn Lenae and Kelela, she combines original lyrics, electronic neo-soul goodness and distinctive harmonies. She worked with the talented Pandaux and Ollie Foreman on her debut EP called Agoraphobia. Her EP Release show was February 22nd 2017 at the Brunswick where the physical copies were released. Losing (BBC Live Session): Sir Toby's Beers and One Wild Wine will be providing refreshments here through the weekend All Tickets and Info: Facebook: Insta: @wildpathsfestival Twitter: @wildpathsfest

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St Mary's works , norwich