Thursday, 28 March 2013

Katie & Kim's 'Slap Up': Michael Hurley/Avarus/Timberwolf/Dan Haywood: Dapple/The Moons of Mulagi + home-cooked food and much more... – secret Bristol location, Bank Holiday Monday 6th May

Tuck in to two sessions of music and food courtesy of five acts, including two sets by the legendary Michael Hurley and some divine home-cooked cuisine by Katie & Kim. All to be found at an amazing secret location on the first Monday in May... a bank holiday gathering to nourish the soul.


Session one: 3pm till 8pm


+ A complimentary plate of food from KATIE & KIM's KITCHEN

Session two: 
8pm till midnight 


+ A complimentary plate of food from KATIE & KIM's KITCHEN

Limited Joint Pass - £25. (All the acts in both sessions including 2 sets by Michael Hurley + one plate of food). Strictly 15 places only!
Session 1 Pass - £15 (3 acts + one plate of food)

Session 2 Pass - £15 (3 acts + one plate of food)

Tickets in advance only, very limited capacity - make your move now

Ticket Outlets:
Bristol Ticket Shop
Here Shop
Presented by Qu Junktions and /ShieldShaped/


Michael Hurley
Michael Hurley's songbook is one of the most important living, walking, talking, singing, playing bodies of work in northern American culture. He is a singer of absorbing old-style Americana songs, by turns melancholic and funny, and chock-a-snock with love, life and wolves.

Hurley, known affectionately to his fans as 'Snock', was born in 1941 in Florida. He has unleashed a string of consistently ground-flattening records on such labels as the seminal and anthological Smithsonian Folkways Records (his debut record First Songs was recorded on the same reel-to-reel machine that taped Leadbelly's Last Sessions) and the prolific omni-temporal roundabout that is Mississippi Records. Hurley's songs seem to criss-cross time and labels without convention, just like the man himself. Come track him down, it's open season, he is doing two sets.

Snock 'N Roll: Adventures With Michael Hurley (Complete Film)

Michael Hurley - Tea Song (1965)
Michael Hurley - Sweedeedee
Michael Hurley - O My Stars (1980)

Katie and Kim

Katie and Kim are two Scottish cooks who have been in and out of Bristol over the last few years whipping up delight wherever their pots hit the spot. They love to eat, talk about the food they are about to serve, gossip about the meals they could be eating and talk about the music they just heard. Always tasty and constantly up for a new challenge, Katie and Kim will be creating a complimentary plate of food for all members of the audience with extra snacks and treats on sale during the day/night.


…. beautifully splintered. The newly self-released album ‘Dusk, maybe’ is a finely measured album and one of the best heard this year. In the welcome strain and stains of Crescent, Third Eye Foundation, Flying Saucer Attack et al in his west country melancholic reverie.  However clear piano, drifting banjo pluck and emotional and dreamtime vocals lends Timberwolf a brooding clarity unheard of round here. Definitely pitch up early to to witness music from the wooded one.


Avarus like a jam. Dip your fingers into this pot of fermented Finnish free music. Epic and endless, rumbling and stumbling, space-y psychedelic folk jams from a band that conjure all manner of moods. Formed in Tampere, Finland in 2001 by members of bands The Anaksimandros and Pylon, the group expands and contracts with the weather. A rare treat to have them here. Hear Hear.

Dan Haywood: Dapple

A brand new cycle of sweet and intimate folksong from the genius Lancastrian songwriter/poet/ornithologist who birthed the New Hawks. Last seen in Bristol channelling Dylan in support of Josephine Foster, this outing sees Haywood in a gentler but no less compelling zone.


The Moons of Mulagi 

The Moons of Mulagi seem to have come from somewhere and wherever that has been it has been Funz. Recordings, rivers, sittings, places, people, lanes, gay bottles, Saskatoon and Whelk. In-the-moment and outta-site musical specifics. Highly recommended but never experienced. Virgin territory and butter for it.

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