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The Lotus Eaters with WRISK, Ollie Cocris Pastry B Navigator Chuchoter Sleet Walls

The Lotus Eaters with WRISK, Ollie Cocris Pastry B Navigator Chuchoter Sleet Walls

Sat 01 April 2017 21:00-03:00

Wee Red Bar, ECA, Lauriston Place


Tickets £4 / £6 after 11.30pm on the door


+ All tickets include one free DL of the debut Ross al Ghul tape: The Lotus Eaters

Sleet Walls -- Literally, figuratively, wet sleety American slush raining down on you. Waves of experimental guitar work that combine post-rock melodies, Sunn-like drones, and a heavy dose of harmonic hum!

Chuchoter -- Edinburgh's very own synth-pop duo (pronounced Shoo-Shuh-tay) creating unabashedly sugary hits with the sonic confidence of seasoned composers. These two songwriters are on a meteoric rise, having opened for touring acts and played many venues around the city. Check out their EP on soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/chuchoter/sets/credo

Ross al Ghul + Madison Willing -- Performing an array of loops, samples, images, and moments consumed by fire, the Ghul will be presenting an expanded, site-specific vision of Lotus Eaters. The music in its entirety, with visual accompaniment prepared by the artist, and spoken word interludes. Collaborator and Vine Box associate Madison Willing will be accompanying on vocals.

Pastry B & Navigator -- Just two boys itching to get their fingers on the decks. Pastry B is a post-punk and lo-fi producer, drummer, radio host, and two-wheeled terror on a fixie. Navigator is a DJ newcomer, but a music guru. An encyclopedia of techno, prog, krautrock, blues, house, jazz and raga. Get ready to dance in ways you never knew possible, it's bound to be an eccentric session when these two face off.

Wrisk & Ollie Cocris -- What began with two sets of students passionate about music has culminated in two of the most successful student-run nights in Edinburgh. Ollie is one third of Shapework, a monthly night at Mash House. They book an eclectic mix of electronic music, from Batu to Randomer to Mumdance, always with an eye for the highest quality party in the capital. Wrisk, a.k.a Prozac Efron, a.k.a Jimmy a.k.a Overground, at this point needs no introduction. His tune selection is immaculate, and his night has filled a void in the Edinburgh music scene by faciltating international up-and-comers representing the future of dance music. Every booking is a debut, and every night is a smash. With these young guns at the helm for 2 hours, you're secure knowing things will get out of control.