NEW LONDON SHOW
PAPER DRESS VINTAGE
THURSDAY 16th June
Tickets £7 Adv
Playing material from forthcoming fourth LP 'Black Light Theatre', produced by Rob Ellis (PJ Harvey/Anna Calvi), recorded & mixed by Peter Deimel at Black Box Studios.
“Elegant…emotive…psychedelic…” **** Mojo
"…with his breathy Ian McCulloch-style croon…a burnished psychedelia creeps into the mix and takes this music to the skies." **** Uncut
"… an inspired combination, Cheshire’s precisely enunciated Nick Drake-like vocals and non-rhyming, allusive lyrics in tense and absorbing combat with the band’s expansive sound pictures…An artist crying out for a bigger audience." **** The Sunday Times
“Absolutely fantastic…” Lauren Laverne BBC 6 Music
“Exotic…extraordinary…” Tom Robinson BBC 6 Music
"…displays a unique, slow-burning psychedelic alt-folk sound that deserves to reach a wide audience… dreamy psychedelic… united by a spiralling, weaving quality…a dizzying and original sound at times reminiscent of Nick Drake, The Beta Band and Tunng but at all times unmistakably his own." Alfred Archer, FolkRadio
'…partly cloaked in psychedelic hallucinogens…a curiously crooked outsider pop framing upon whose axis a Barrett meets Drake mindset is forged reveling in a slacker soothed psych pastoral oblivion much like an old school Bevis Frond. 'godisinthetv.com
"…psychedelic, quintessentially English…dreamlike and beautiful…the melodies and arrangements…get right under your skin." ***** The Sunday Telegraph
Clas Tuuth could only come from London.
The producer's sound – skeletal, affecting, introverted – is deeply influenced by the city, by it's geography and continual rush.
Reminiscent of Gold Panda or Four Tet, Clas Tuuth caught attention with a trio of EPs – '001', '002' and '003'. bit.ly/1TwqyBJ