held at Cafe Kino
on Saturday 25th November. The event starts at 19:30.
A cosy autumn gig is heading in your direction, and we’ve got some treats in store…
First up, this event is fundraising for the Aid Box Community, with all profits going into their pocket. If you haven’t heard of them, this is what they get up to:
“Our Mission is to provide a warm welcome to people seeking asylum in Bristol and to offer the support they need to access living essentials, emotional support, recreation, shelter, community, legal advice, health care and employment.”
Pretty great right? Go check out what else they have to say and the excellent work they do on their website - www.aidboxcommunity.co.uk
It’s getting darker, colder, and wetter, so come together and warm up in the cosy embrace of the Kino basement. It will be a night of wholesome music accompanied by analogue projections and excellent chat.
Soundtracking the evening we have top quality local acts Lorcán and pictureframes bringing some luscious warm sounds.
Lorcán is a Bristol-based ambient-dream pop artist. After making his release debut in 2020 with a series of home-recorded singles, he and his band have been making themselves known in the UK music scene. There is a DIY and experimental spirit to his music that echoes the radical music scene of the city he grew up in, with hints to Irish folk sensibilities, learned from growing up as a second-generation immigrant in a musical Irish family. Combining his naturalistic voice with twanging guitars, ethereal synthesizers, and the occasional thumping drum machine, Lorcán and his bands music has an essence truly its own.
pictureframes are a four-piece guitar pop project based between Bristol and Bath. Inspired by a shared love of minimal arrangements and simple melodies that conjure the changing rhythms of the natural world. quiet songs for an unquiet time.
We have some other fun surprises and plans in the works, so come along!