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Alexis’s third solo album features the work of eleven of his favourite musicians, handpicked to create new tracks designed to work in response to the songs on Piano, the third solo album by the Hot Chip frontman. Though the record can be synched with the original Piano recordings by playing both albums on two devices simultaneously, the tracks on Listen With(out) Piano can be also be enjoyed as original songs on their own merits.

“My brief was both very wide open and very specific, and part of the pleasure for me, and now hopefully for the listeners, is to see how everyone responded so differently to the task,” Alexis explains. “The results are truly amazing, and here you have a new album that works both as a kind of electro-acoustic ambient companion piece to Piano, and as a series of musical clothes to be put onto the deliberately bare record I released.”

Piano, recorded at Hackney Road Studios by Shuta Shinoda, was released in June 2016 by Moshi Moshi. An intimate collection of songs comprised entirely of Alexis’s vocal and piano, the record was captured live to preserve each intricacy.

Since 2000, Hot Chip have released six studio albums, as well as a wealth EPs, stand-alone singles, compilation exclusives, remixes and covers. Including Piano, Alexis has released three albums and an EP under his own name, as well as three further albums of material performed with the semi-improvisational About Group. Additionally, Alexis has crafted side projects such as Booji Boy High and collaborated with the likes of Wiley, Peter Gabriel, Will Oldham, Fimber Bravo, Bernard Sumner, Robert Wyatt, Justus Köhncke, The Memory Band, James Yorkston and David Byrne among many others.

STANDING // 14+ (UNDER 16s TO BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT) // £12.50 ADVANCE

Alexis Taylor (Hot Chip) – Solo Piano

Dictionary Pudding are delighted to welcome a Ghanaian superstar to the seaside…

KING AYISOBA
tickets: http://bit.ly/2kiBcEU

Every now end then, an exception to the rule emerges that redefines the rules of the game. King Ayisoba’s debut Modern Ghanaians is such an album, and as the title suggests, it is a journey into the present and towards the future; and an introduction of a new era of creativity and originality in the Ghanaian music industry. His hit single My Father was savoured as much by the young as by the old; and by the illiterate farmer as by the business executive. He won the Ghana Music Award for Song of the Year in 2007 as well as the Traditional Song of the Year.
King Ayisoba is a young musician from Kalaga, in the Upper East Region of Ghana. He learnt how to play the kologo (a traditional two stringed guitar) from his grandfather, a traditional healer. He starting playing music at pito bars and festivals and soon became a child prodigy, known throughout the region. His musical career and fame grew from strength to strength. Having conquered the waters in his home region, King Ayisoba felt that he had accomplished everything he could at home, and he headed for Accra. By an act of fate, he met and struck a partnership with the late Terry Bon Chaka. The pair soon became the toast of every performance across the country as they stunned audiences with their unique blend of flawless traditional instrumentations and rhythms. Their reign ended abruptly with the tragic death of Terry in a motor accident.

This left King Ayisoba by himself, contemplating his return home to Bolgatanga. But with the intervention of BB Menson and Prime I, King Ayisoba decided to stay in Accra. During this time, he collaborated with other artists while developing new material for his album. His debut album was a delightful masterpiece and each song, from the traditional intro the source, was a journey of pure musical pleasure. It featured several of the finest of Ghanaian contemporary artists including Samini, Sydney, Kontihene, Kwabena Kwabena and Kwaku-T. However this is neither a hiplife nor highlife nor even a traditional album. It is simply distinctive. It is an eclectic infusion of various musical styles and flavours.

In 2008, he released his second album which is already enjoying lots of airplay. He featured Kwaw Kesse, Moking and Wanluv on “Look My Shoe” which is currently enjoying heavy rotations on radio. He has also collaborated with Becca, Shegee and many other artists since his groundbreaking debut album. King Ayisoba sings in Twi, English and Frafra. Some of his song of the songs Obiara eni begye, Fa mi sika mami, Oko agyae mi, My friend, my friend (a tribute to Terry Bon Chaka), Modern Ghanaians and Champion no easy.

ZEA
Arnold De Boer from THE EX’s globe-trotting solo project
Most people know Arnold de Boer as the current front man of the “essential” Dutch punk band The Ex; a role he has held since 2009, when he was asked to take over vocal duties after GW Sok left. The jovial Frisian is also the leader – and now sole member – of Zea.

This sharp, ever-curious and inspiring alternative pop act celebrates 20 years of hand-to-mouth, “gleeman” existence this autumn (with “2000 shows in 35 countries on 6 continents” to their name, too). Starting to make waves at the fag end of the 1990s, Zea were one of the first bands to foreshadow the current glut of great Dutch underground guitar “pop” which began to appear round 2005-6.

Think here of de Nieuwe Vrolijkheid and Appie Kim, The Hospital Bombers and Vox Von Braun, and currently Rats on Rafts and The Homesick

Komedia Brighton / MON 3RD APRIL 2017 / 9£ adv from SEETICKETS @ http://bit.ly/2kiBcEU
and at Resident Brighton + all good online retailers

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http://www.dictionarypudding.co.uk

King Ayisoba + ZEA in Brighton 03.04.2017

SUPER EARLY BIRD — £5 — SOLD OUT!
EARLY BIRD — £7
FULL PRICE — £10

2017 marks Bowie’s 70th birthday and will also mark the year anniversary since we lost two of our biggest heroes. To honour their legacy we’re bringing back the Purple Sane club one last time to celebrate their incredible back catalogue of material. Let’s dance!

Early bird tickets available exclusively through Komedia

CLUB NIGHT // STANDING // 18+

DRINKS DEALS ALL NIGHT!

FOSTERS £3.50, VODKA MIXER £3.50, SELECTED SHOTS £2.50, DOUBLE HOUSE MIXER £5

Purple Sane: Bowie x Prince

Be Nothing pres Ryley Walker
plus special guests tba

TIX bit.ly/2kcytdU

Monday 29 May, 2017
Komedia, Brighton
7:00pm | £13 | 14+

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Upcoming Be Nothing Shows

The Proper Ornaments • The Joker • 25 Jan
Cass McCombs Band • The Haunt • 26 Jan
Fews • Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar • 28 Jan
Menace Beach + The New Tusk & Nature Channel • The Hope • 7 Feb
1% Of One & Be Nothing: Cian Nugent / Crofters Rights / 08.02.17
1% Of One & Be Nothing: Nadia Reid / Crofters Rights / 14.02.17
Omni / Cold Pumas • Green Door Store • 17 Feb
Tonstartssbandht • The Joker • 26 Feb
Pinegrove / Lomelda • The Haunt • 2 Mar
Mitski / Personal Best • The Haunt • 4 Mar
LVL UP • Green Door Store • 5 Apr
Elvis Depressedly • The Joker • 23 Apr

Ryley Walker • Komedia • 29 May

Join stand-up comedian, poet, improviser and TV stalwart Phill Jupitus as he tries out new material ahead of Edinburgh Fringe!

Phill became a familiar face when he started as team captain on BBC2’s pop quiz Never Mind The Buzzcocks in 1996, which went on to run for 19 years. Aside from Never Mind the Buzzcocks and live stand up shows all over the UK, he also appears as a regular guest on QI (BBC2) and Alan Davies As yet Untitled (Dave), and in 2012 returned to television stand-up for the first time since 2000 with an appearance on Live at the Apollo (BBC1).

On BBC Radio 4 Phill is a regular panellist of the award winning I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue and The Unbelievable Truth and was resident curator on The Museum of Curiosity. In addition, he has presented numerous radio documentaries including, Phill Jupitus’ Comic Strips, Calvin and Hobbes and The Man Who Bought Hendrix’s Stage.

Phill toured the UK and Ireland with the musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang in 2016 starring as Baron Bomburst / Lord Scrumptious and he played Bottom in the Bath Theatre Royal production of A Midsummer’s Night Dream in August. His other theatre work includes appearing alongside Jason Manford in the UK touring production of The Producers as Franz Liebkind.

UNRESERVED SEATING IN ROWS // 14+ (PARENTAL GUIDANCE) LIKELY TO BE SWEARING AND ADULT CONTENT // £12

Phill Jupitus – Work In Progress

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