A laidback night with electronic music at George Tavern London

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Lamour records present a laidback night with electronic music from Sweden and London…
Futuristic acid and electronica from groundbreaking Coldnose, DJ icon and darkambient performer Slim Vic, colorful oldschool synthambient from La Leif and chilling winds from experimental electronic gathering SQ (aka Sound Quartet) known from Wire magazine. Expect intense smooth mixes and electronic wizardry on a night with authentic sweet Swedish vibes.
Free entry

20:00 SQ
20.45 Slim Vic (liveset)
21:30 La Leif
22:15 Coldnose

The George Tavern
373 Commercial Road, E1 0LA London
http://www.thegeorgetavern.co.uk/

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Coldnose
creates its unclean and dirty techno, inspired by both electro, D’n’B, acid and industrial. Long jams are improvised to later break up and form songs, always with a huge space of chance and spontaneity live, especially when it comes to the distant song. The texts commute between frustration, nonsense, everyday romance to Kurdish frames.
https://coldnose.bandcamp.com/

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Slim Vic is one of Swedens leading innovator of the DJ and turntable culture. With one foot in the urban club music and the other in arts music he combines the different worlds and constantly moving the boundaries of what is technically and musically possible with the traditional and proven context.
www.slimvic.net

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London-based La Leif produces with analogue synths, drum machines and real-world samples.
Ethereal, pulsating, and rhythmically deep transmissions are channelled through the techno/human venn diagram within La Leif’s sound cocoon. Her debut EP ‘The Nest’ is out on The Lumen Lake (Vinyl + download) with new beat driven material soon on the way.
www.laleif.com
https://www.facebook.com/laleif/
https://twitter.com/LaLeifMusic

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SQ (Sound Quartet)
is carried by howling winds from the frozen tundra with an urge to make sound poetry for the masses, an enchanting experimental blend of acoustic and electronic sounds. These rarely published freethinkers creates a low key intense music with the strength of swedish granite that matured for an eternity.”
Thomas Bjelkeborn on electronics has performed at festivals on all continents. Paul Pignon on Sax, Woodwinds and Digeridoo is a pioneer in EAM and lived equally in the UK, Yugoslavia and Sweden. Live visuals is provided by Deadpixel.
http://soundquartet.se/

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