Mon Aug 5 2019

7:30 PM

The Wedgewood Rooms

147b Albert Rd Portsmouth PO4 0JW

14+ unless accompanied

All Ages

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Imarhan

  • Imarhan

    Imarhan

    Algeria

    Imarhan, the young 5-piece band from Tamanrasset in Southern Algeria return later this year after selling out Moth Club this March! With them they bring their second album, Temet (released 23rd February on via City Slang).

    Temet in Tamashek means “connections” and the album’s an energetic wake up call for unity, reminding people that we are all are connected and that only through the acceptance and uptake of this union will we be able to solve the troubles all cultures seem to be dealing with in this important moment in time.

    Recorded in Paris in early 2017 and produced by the band with help from Patrick Votan and Tinariwen’s Eyadou Ag Leche, Temet marks a huge leap forward both creatively and artistically for a band who were heralded as one of the leading-lights of the "new–wave of Tuareg music". Now firmly established and regarded as torch-bearers by the new generation of musicians in Algeria and the Mali border area, the album sees them broadening their sound beyond the meditative desert blues of their debut to take in elements funk, disco and rock.

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PVC Presents

Imarhan

Mon Aug 5 2019 7:30 PM

The Wedgewood Rooms Portsmouth
Imarhan

14+ unless accompanied All Ages

Imarhan

Imarhan

Algeria

Imarhan, the young 5-piece band from Tamanrasset in Southern Algeria return later this year after selling out Moth Club this March! With them they bring their second album, Temet (released 23rd February on via City Slang).

Temet in Tamashek means “connections” and the album’s an energetic wake up call for unity, reminding people that we are all are connected and that only through the acceptance and uptake of this union will we be able to solve the troubles all cultures seem to be dealing with in this important moment in time.

Recorded in Paris in early 2017 and produced by the band with help from Patrick Votan and Tinariwen’s Eyadou Ag Leche, Temet marks a huge leap forward both creatively and artistically for a band who were heralded as one of the leading-lights of the "new–wave of Tuareg music". Now firmly established and regarded as torch-bearers by the new generation of musicians in Algeria and the Mali border area, the album sees them broadening their sound beyond the meditative desert blues of their debut to take in elements funk, disco and rock.

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All Ages
limit 10 per person
General Admission
£14.00 (+ £1.40 Fees)

Delivery Method

Box Office Collection