A magical evening of music from Bristol's new independent collective
View all Show dates:
- Sunday, 30th July 2017
- Sunday, 10th September 2017
Bloom is a collective of musicians and friends from an experimental corner of Bristol’s buzzing music scene. Their combined musical projects are varied in genre yet consistently progressive, playful and enchanting. Bloom Presents… brings you otherworldly evenings of their hypnotic sounds in an intimate hand-crafted setting, with visuals and costumes, performance theatre, a pop up record shop and DJ’s.
“Eclectic, crazy, moody, intense, personal, funny, faltering and finally formidable… the music cooperative Bloom was all this in yet another mini triumph for The Wardrobe Theatre, who seem hardwired to find and reveal risk-taking artists in this wonderfully creative city.”
★★★★ Stagetalk Magazine
The ongoing delusions of Conrad Singh (guitarist with The Evil Usses, Yama Warashi) take flight with a Bristalien rocket folk space dream Music Band,,,bog waltzes, ladybird medicine, brainradio, eyelid movies,,,
For this performance Conrad will be joined by Yoshino Shigihara and Lot Grundy on electric wooden giraffe.
EP/64 is a subtle wild improvisation trio formed by raw vocalist Dali de Saint Paul, with Nick Janaway on live laptop sampling, and Dan Johnson on Drums.
Once Dali dreamt of a trio that played 64 gigs and then stopped, “Ephemeral Project 64″… and so far, that is the only plan they adopt, the rest is spontaneous and free.
New female trio from France and Japan via Bristol/U.K. PonPon are Agathe Max (Kuro), Yoshino Shigihara (Yama Warashi), and saxophonist Helen Papaioannou. Together they create sounds with tribal chanting, wonky rhythms and effected acoustic instruments with a touch of dancey electronic music.
Lot Grundy is a beat poet and folk guitarist. He sings songs littered with iconic imagery and tells stories about Springsteen and jazz and mermaids and muffins.Artist's Website