Wovoka Gentle

Wed Mar 18 2020

7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Jazz Cafe

5 Parkway Camden Town London NW1 7PG

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Soundcrash presents an explosive live show from one of London's most cutting edge bands. Expect a brilliant cosmic swirling blend of electronics, alternative folk and psychedelia.

 

Wovoka Gentle is a British folk/acoustic trio comprising twins Imogen Mason and Ellie Mason together with William J. Stokes.

 

With roots in folk and Americana songwriting, the Wovoka sound draws upon the psychedelic soundscapes of the late 60s as well as contemporary experimental, pop and collage music; marrying classic instrumentation with sampling, analogue synthesis and sound manipulation.

 

One of the most alluring components of their sound is their near-perfect vocal harmonies, where the intimacy of its members becomes evident. There’s a hymn-like resonance in these moments, which is echoed lyrically as the band deftly tackle religious themes of prayer, sin and redemption.

 

Having signed to the iconic Nude Records in early 2018, Wovoka Gentle have now released debut album ‘Start Clanging Cymbals’ on the 7th June 2019.

 

After many sold out shows, Wovoka Gentle is coming back on March 18th 2020 for a euphoric, uplifting and downright impressive night at Jazz Cafe!

 

“Hard to classify and even harder not to love” - Uncut

 

"You have to admire Start Clanging Cymbals' ambition and self-assured daring" - Mojo

 

"Truly original" - Clash

 

" A rare trio of extremely talented multi-instrumentalists" - The Line of Best Fit

Soundcrash presents
Wovoka Gentle

  • Event Cancelled.
  • Wovoka Gentle

    Wovoka Gentle

    Alternative Folk

    Wovoka Gentle are a three-piece from London, comprised of William Stokes and twins Imogen and Ellie Mason. Taking its root in folk and Americana songwriting, the Wovoka sound draws upon the psychedelic soundscapes of the late 60s as well as contemporary experimental, pop and collage music; marrying classic instrumentation with sampling, analogue synthesis and sound manipulation.

Soundcrash presents

Wovoka Gentle

Wed Mar 18 2020 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Jazz Cafe London
Wovoka Gentle
  • Event Cancelled.

RESTAURANT SEATING LINK BELOW Ages 18+

RESTAURANT TICKETS ALSO AVAILABLE - CLICK HERE

STRICTLY 18+ WITH ID. NO U18s ADMITTED

+ Special Guests

 

Soundcrash presents an explosive live show from one of London's most cutting edge bands. Expect a brilliant cosmic swirling blend of electronics, alternative folk and psychedelia.

 

Wovoka Gentle is a British folk/acoustic trio comprising twins Imogen Mason and Ellie Mason together with William J. Stokes.

 

With roots in folk and Americana songwriting, the Wovoka sound draws upon the psychedelic soundscapes of the late 60s as well as contemporary experimental, pop and collage music; marrying classic instrumentation with sampling, analogue synthesis and sound manipulation.

 

One of the most alluring components of their sound is their near-perfect vocal harmonies, where the intimacy of its members becomes evident. There’s a hymn-like resonance in these moments, which is echoed lyrically as the band deftly tackle religious themes of prayer, sin and redemption.

 

Having signed to the iconic Nude Records in early 2018, Wovoka Gentle have now released debut album ‘Start Clanging Cymbals’ on the 7th June 2019.

 

After many sold out shows, Wovoka Gentle is coming back on March 18th 2020 for a euphoric, uplifting and downright impressive night at Jazz Cafe!

 

“Hard to classify and even harder not to love” - Uncut

 

"You have to admire Start Clanging Cymbals' ambition and self-assured daring" - Mojo

 

"Truly original" - Clash

 

" A rare trio of extremely talented multi-instrumentalists" - The Line of Best Fit

Wovoka Gentle

Wovoka Gentle

Alternative Folk

Wovoka Gentle are a three-piece from London, comprised of William Stokes and twins Imogen and Ellie Mason. Taking its root in folk and Americana songwriting, the Wovoka sound draws upon the psychedelic soundscapes of the late 60s as well as contemporary experimental, pop and collage music; marrying classic instrumentation with sampling, analogue synthesis and sound manipulation.