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Sun May 28th 2017
Substance presents "The Secret Rapture"
The Spice of Life
6 Moor Street Soho London WD1 5NA
After a Sold out Gig at "Le Reservoir", rave reviews during his 2016- 2017 europe tour in Paris, Amsterdam, Lisbon and London (Troubadour, Bedroom Bar, Royal Runaway, Waterhole, Primero Anndar) ;Ewood is coming back.
He will invites you through his journey like a phoenix with his voice and lyrics for an acoustic set.
Ewood is a Pop/ Soul singer with a very unique tone; real, raw, smooth and powerful. He studied music and dancing at the conservatory and he is also a trained actor. He appears on The Voice and the Chrissy B Show.
He lives in London and he is currently working on his album TOD.(Truth Or Dare).
Wednesday's Wolves is a folk duo comprised of Ysabelle Durant and Chrissy Renker. Both third culture kids, they met while at school in Sri Lanka although their musical collaboration didn't start until they had both finished University. They first sang together in the summer of 2012 where they were asked to perform a few covers at a charity concert in aid of Save the Children. In June 2013 they began writing their own material and performing at open mic nights around the UK quickly leading to several invitations to perform longer sets at gigs in London and Oxford, one of which found them on the same bill as producer and member of Tired Pony Iain Archer. In December 2013 they were featured on BBC Radio Oxford's open mic slot. Their songs use simple guitar riffs and vocal harmonies combined with a variety of percussive instruments such as cajons and glockenspiels to create emotive and evocative music. Inspirations include artists like Sufjan Stevens, The Paper Kites, Bright Eyes, Fionn Regan and Bon Iver.
Winter is a Southend based artist whose need for self expression branches out to many mediums, including tattooing and contemporary dance, but her first love is music. Her biographical song writing has been compared to Joni Mitchell and her emotive vocals with early Streisand, Joan Baez and Edith Piaf.
Mein Haus are Patricia Stepien (violin) and Elliot Murphy (cello, guitar). Their music is by turns creepy and sparse, then intense and dramatic. But whether it’s complex rhythmic interplay, or crunching cello and soaring violin, you feel the humour is never far away.
Nick Ereaut writes heartfelt, groovy songs. His inspirations include The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix and Donny Hathaway.