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India Electric Co.

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About India Electric Co.
Genres:
Sometimes folk, Sometimes not
Band Members:
Cole Stacey, Joseph O'Keefe

**** “Bursting with invention and full of surprises.” - The Telegraph

**** “Their reeling, spinning sound corroborates the content of their songs which appear to be des...
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Fan Live Reviews
Deborah
Alfriston, United Kingdom@
The Old Chapel Centre
May 27th 2019
Having played here three times in the last 12 months, Joe and Cole are very much local favourites and delivered 45+ minutes of exceptional music with their unique take on using traditional instruments, like the violin and mandolin, in a very contemporary way. Brilliant musicians.
Zoe
Lincoln, United Kingdom@
Drill Hall (Supporting Midge Ure)
May 4th 2019
India Electric Company are brilliant!! Only thing better would be longer of them playing their own set
Deborah
Bury Saint Edmunds, United Kingdom@
The Apex (Supporting Midge Ure)
April 30th 2019
Brilliant as always, every time I see IEC (which is often) they are even better than before. Their version of “Drive” is outstanding and their own material sophisticated and interesting. They switch effortlessly into accompanying Midge on tunes that are older than they are! Highly recommended to anyone, whether you think you like folk music or not.
Susanne
Dover, United Kingdom@
St Peter's Church, Swingfield (In association with The CT)
November 23rd 2018
Fantastic show, extremely talented guys and a beautiful location! It was worth driving all the way from Germany!
Michael
Albury, United Kingdom@
Albury Old Saxon Church (In association with The CCT)
October 13th 2018
Absolutely fabulous.
Suzanne
St Endellion, United Kingdom@
North Cornwall Book Festival
October 7th 2018
A magical evening! x
About India Electric Co.
Genres:
Sometimes folk, Sometimes not
Band Members:
Cole Stacey, Joseph O'Keefe

**** “Bursting with invention and full of surprises.” - The Telegraph

**** “Their reeling, spinning sound corroborates the content of their songs which appear to be des...
Read More