JOYFULTALK

From a secluded outpost on Nova Scotia’s mystical South Shore, junked-analog duo JOYFULTALK conjure micro-climate trance music. The brainchild of instrument builder and jazz-fried alchemist Jay Crocker, JOYFULTALK offer up new concepts on regionalism.

Admittedly influenced by the craggy treelines and flowing rivers of Lunenburg county, Crocker and multi-instrumentalist Shawn Dicey’s gnarled jamscapes render natural spaces in a hazy parallel universe.

LOVE SUPRÆME

The London based duo of Love Supræme reimagine the future. They previously released alongside Tim Hecker and Broken Social Scene as Hey Mother Death. 2018 has seen the duo on a tour of Japan and in the studio in London and Los Angeles. Love Supræme will be performing for the first time all new music from their coming EP. Love Supræme and Joyfultalk have been friends and collaborators since fate brought them together in the magical land of Nova Scotia one midsummer’s night.

VONICA

Raised in Germany by Southern Italian parents, Vonica's original love for music started from a young age. His first encounter came before current project Vonica was created; the producer was previously in an indie band with his best friend. However this came to an end when his friend & main colloborator left the country to become a priest in a faraway Italian Monastery.

When forming the tracks that make up his debut EP, Vonica was hit by a mix of excitement, surprise and alarm as this was the first time he had stepped outside his indie background and into the realm of electronic music. 'Sol De Nit', literally translates from Catalan as 'sun at night', which Vonica feels encapsulates the sprit of dance music.

The final touches to 'Sol De Nit' were done together with mixing engineer Marc Pell (Mount Kimbie, Michachu And The Shapes) & mastered by Shane McEnhill (DJ Shadow, Clean Bandit, Gold Panda, Luke Abbott).

JOYFULTALK / Love Supræme / VONICA

12 Jul 2018

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33-35 Stoke Newington Rd
London
N16 8BJ

7.30pm

£8

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