Our first live music of March is a very special and different show courtesy of SoP Live. It features Oxford collective Catgod who combine Latin beats, soul grooves and trip-hop sounds with melodic female-male vocal harmonies and lyrical guitar work. This set will be a special, stripped back affair.
In support we have the sounds of Moleville – piano-led, cinematic, melodic and moody. On
record this features toy synths, cut and paste drums and broken electronics soundtracking the swan songs to sing at the end of the world. Live, this becomes a sparse, melancholic and extraordinary experience.
As always, entry is free but we encourage artist donations. Music from 7pm.
Acclaim for Catgod:
“slick, polished and effortless sounding Jazz, Blues and Soul inspired Dreampop songs” – The Ocelot Magazine
“Worthy of exotic new pet band status in your life” – Nightshift Magazine
Acclaim for Moleville:
“haunting jazz…swirling futuristic dream-pop… a late night one on one conversation….intimate, direct and succinct.” – Dancing About Architecture.