Club Integral at Iklectik Friday 8th March 2019 featuring Ask The White & PsychoYogi From 8.00 pm
Ask The White is Isobel Blank (Ant Lion, Isobi, Vestfalia), artist and songwriter, and Simone Lanari (Ant Lion, Walden Waltz, Sycamore Age), producer and composer. Their first album together “Sum and subtraction” has been released on the 12th October 2018 on LP by Ammiratore Omonimo Records (AOR), a label created and managed in Rome by vonneumann. The album will then be released on CD in Japan in 2019 for Athor Harmonics, Kenichi Mori’s label and music production studio based in Tokyo. Their music is deeply rooted in the folk tradition, but at the same time is open to the wildest contamination, offering a sophisticated sonic palette. Ask The White’s songs are marked by dense and minimal guitar fingerpicking, intertwined with electronics and electroacoustic elements. Intimate lyrical melodies cyclically evolve into two voices harmonies, as arrangements expand and develop dynamically creating extremely pleasurable gems.
PsychoYogi – The music is a diverse mixture of instrumental colours, melodies, and words. The songs present social and political critique alongside personal moments and moods. In the words of Mike O’Toole (Beat Magazine) “Their sound is unparalleled and cannot be categorised. It is a rejection of docile adherence to a single musical style”. PsychoYogi are based in london and have been together for around three years with the current line up, which includes, Chris Ramsing, Guitar and vocals, Chris Sansom, Bass and vocals and Arnold Lane, Drums. The music is both challenging and accessible and is influenced by many musicians and composers including Frank Zappa, King Crimson, XTC, Captain Beefheart, Gentle Giant, Bach, Bartok and many more. Check out their latest album Accident Prone here: https://psychoyogi.bandcamp.com/album/accident-prone https://www.psychoyogi.com/
From 8.00 pm Entry £7/ £5 concessions
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Old Paradise Yard 20 Carlisle Lane / Royal Street corner Archbishop’s Park London SE1 7LG
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And for the first time at CIMB we welcome DJ Rome, co-organiser of Moseley Record Fair and DJ at Moseley Folk Festival who will be digging into his box of leftfield tunes to keep toes tapping and heads bobbing.
With live music from the highlands, the middle-lands and the overseas-lands... we return home to The Edge, with our hosts Friction Arts, for the first Club Integral Midlands Branch of 2019! Tickets are a fiver in advance, available to buy now, or six on the door. Delicious South African nosh will be on sale from Ubuntu Bakery & Foods.
The members are Beth, Bird, Hamish and Oli, and between them they play guitar, clarinet, banjo, drums, saxophone and coffee cup. http://thenaturecentre.com/
Also joining us is the wonderful psychedelic noise dream pop drone songstress bell lungs. An experimental vocalist and multi- instrumentalist from Scotland, she responds to and reflects the fractured world we live in. Her performances incorporate mellotron swirls, shrieks and whoops, layered harmonies, baroque pop feels, drone, field recordings and noisebox mayhem. Bell Lungs creates meditative journeys through sound, centred around a voice David Keenan deemed “elemental” in The Wire. https://bell-lungs.com/
Looking forward to avantgarde lo-fi experimental art pop poetry from Raiments, a Berlin-based avant garde musical collective, brainchild of lead vocalist and multi- instrumentalist Mano Camatsos. Mano’s unorthodox electric guitar style is inspired by hip hop, ethnological recordings and contemporary classical music. His abstract lyrics meet an ever rotating procession of strings, woodwinds, brass and electronics with a pleasing groove. https://raiments.bandcamp.com/album/in- painting
Very excited to welcome back The Nature Centre, who sit somewhere between punk, folk, prog, and The Bull Ring. The band plays three-minute pop songs, stuffed with ideas like a suitcase packed too late. The members are Beth, Bird, Hamish and Oli, and between them they play guitar, clarinet, banjo, drums, saxophone and coffee cup. http://thenaturecentre.com/
PsychoYogi The music is a diverse mixture of instrumental colours, melodies, and words. The songs present social and political critique alongside personal moments and moods. In the words of Mike O’Toole (Beat Magazine) “Their sound is unparalleled and cannot be categorised. It is a rejection of docile adherence to a single musical style”. PsychoYogi are based in london and have been together for around three years with the current line up, which includes, Chris Ramsing, Guitar and vocals, Chris Sansom, Bass and vocals and Arnold Lane, Drums. The music is both challenging and accessible and is influenced by many musicians and composers including Frank Zappa, King Crimson, XTC, Captain Beefheart, Gentle Giant, Bach, Bartok and many more. Check out their latest album Accident Prone here: https://psychoyogi.bandcamp.com/album/accident-prone https://www.psychoyogi.com/
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Looking forward to avantgarde lo-fi experimental art pop poetry from Raiments, a Berlin-based avant garde musical collective, brainchild of lead vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Mano Camatsos. Mano’s unorthodox electric guitar style is inspired by hip hop, ethnological recordings and contemporary classical music. His abstract lyrics meet an ever rotating procession of strings, woodwinds, brass and electronics with a pleasing groove. https://raiments.bandcamp.com/album/in-painting
Also joining us is the wonderful psychedelic noise dream pop drone songstress bell lungs. An experimental vocalist and multi- instrumentalist from Scotland, she responds to and reflects the fractured world we live in. Her performances incorporate mellotron swirls, shrieks and whoops, layered harmonies, baroque pop feels, drone, field recordings and noisebox mayhem. Bell Lungs creates meditative journeys through sound, centred around a voice David Keenan deemed “elemental” in The Wire. https://bell-lungs.com/
Very excited to welcome back The Nature Centre, who sit somewhere between punk, folk, prog, and The Bull Ring.   The band plays three-minute pop songs, stuffed with ideas like a suitcase packed too late.  The members are Beth, Bird, Hamish and Oli, and between them they play guitar, clarinet, banjo, drums, saxophone and coffee cup.  http://thenaturecentre.com/
And for the first time at CIMB we welcome DJ Rome, co- organiser of Moseley Record Fair and DJ at Moseley Folk Festival who will be digging into his box of leftfield tunes to keep toes tapping and heads bobbing.
With live music from the highlands, the middle-lands and the overseas-lands... we return home to The Edge, with our hosts Friction Arts, for the first Club Integral Midlands Branch of 2019! Tickets are a fiver in advance, available to buy now, click on the ticket below, or six on the door. Delicious South African nosh will be on sale from Ubuntu Bakery & Foods.
Old Paradise Yard 20 Carlisle Lane / Royal Street corner Archbishop’s Park London SE1 7LG
Birmingham Feb 22
Club Integral at Iklectik Friday 8th March 2019 featuring Ask The White & PsychoYogi
The Edge 79-81 Cheapside Birmingham B12 0QH
From 8.00 pm Entry £7/ £5 concessions
Ask The White is Isobel Blank (Ant Lion, Isobi, Vestfalia), artist and songwriter, and Simone Lanari (Ant Lion, Walden Waltz, Sycamore Age), producer and composer. Their first album together “Sum and subtraction” has been released on the 12th October 2018 on LP by Ammiratore Omonimo Records (AOR), a label created and managed in Rome by vonneumann. The album will then be released on CD in Japan in 2019 for Athor Harmonics, Kenichi Mori’s label and music production studio based in Tokyo. Their music is deeply rooted in the folk tradition, but at the same time is open to the wildest contamination, offering a sophisticated sonic palette. Ask The White’s songs are marked by dense and minimal guitar fingerpicking, intertwined with electronics and electroacoustic elements. Intimate lyrical melodies cyclically evolve into two voices harmonies, as arrangements expand and develop dynamically creating extremely pleasurable gems.
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