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Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017
7:00 PM
INMIRIAM is a new project from Ellie Rose Rusbridge inspired by the biblical story of poet and prophetess Miriam. Ellie's influences span a childhood steeped in scared choral music and traditional Irish folk tunes. Her adolescence was soundtracked by Joni Mitchell, Kate Bush and Martha Wainwright who sparked her first attempts at songwriting aged 13. She recently completed an MMus in Creative Practice at Goldsmiths University where experimental pop and vocal music are at the forefront of her research and practice.. This eclecticism plays out in a remarkably original artist, her songs are intricate in detailed arrangement, rich in melody and sensitively bound in poetic sentiment.

Dusk-lit songs, strong and tender and sung in a voice that curls darkly at the edges in a way that'll entice fans of Joanna Newsom and Regina Spektor Time Out Magazine

A rare and totally individual talent... Her music straddles folk, pop and classical and cannot be easily pigeonholed into any genre. In a favourite song of mine, 'Hejira Again', she responds to Joni Mitchell's 1976 album and reveals a humility and awareness of the rich heritage of female singer-songwriters into which she has stepped. " - Sam Lee, Folk Musician, founder of The Nest Collective.

Listen to INMIRIAM: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRzeNT9sYAM

Ed Dowie's music career began in 1998 when his Bournemouth-based psychedelic-dub-pop band Brothers in Sound stablemates of the legendary Beta Band on cult Parlophone subsidiary Regal Recordings released three EPs and the album Family Is For Sharing, all of which were met with considerable critical acclaim. Now signed as a solo artist to renowned Scottish indie label Lost Map, home to Rozi Plain and Pictish Trail, he released his debut album "The Uncle Sold' in January this year.

Watch Ed Dowie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOk0-6YR1Ds

https://www.facebook.com/eddowie

'A deceptive simplicity affirms the talent and ability of this accomplished, bold and starry-eyed visionary'
- The Quietus