Twenty uniquely exciting works multi-layered in cultural identity by photographer György Czabán are exhibited at the gallery Studio BaseArt and Photography in Utrecht.
Music by the Canadian electro-alt-pop duo Elsiane can be defined as being somewhere within the Lamb-Björk-Portishead triangle. The unmistakable voice of Elisieanne Caplette overflows a dark, bumpy electronic bass. Elsiane's clever and sensual music has already been part of the Cirque de Soleil, but the duo is a constant actor for fashion shows and film-music festivals too. The title of their second album is common for their complete work: The Mechanics of Emotion. Elsiane shows the emotions in a unique way, as if it were a complicated structure that was cited by electronics. All this is reinforced by the incredibly intense stage presence of Caplette - Elsiane is a wonderful, smart and exciting art-pop production.
A beautiful singer-songwriter from South Korea, Park Jiha, brings us a truly unique music world with her singing, play on keyboards and percussion instruments, quoting a world of meditation that turns its face to the world of jazz and pop.
Two excellent and refined close-to-nature formations wiull take you onto a delicious journey on one night: Bajdazo, who bring their ambient folk at a mid-tempo pace, with their own brand new album, and Vanmocello's two cello music, combining the melodic and harmonious worlds of chill-out music and contemporary sound.
Emma Ruth Rundle has already played memorable gigs at the Ship with her two bands, the Red Sparowes and the Marriages and last year in solo proving that with her atmospheric guitar play and marvellous goth folk songs she can really stun her audience. This year she released an album with ex Young Widows' Jaye Jayle titled The Time Between Us. The November weather and the panorama from the A38 Ship's art gallery will provide a perfect ambient for their poetic impressive and moving duo.
"Chamber doom" - Mohammad calls his style with noble simplicity. The Greek trio with its own home-made instruments and some electronics builds a dark, moody, deeply vibrant sound, real drone-blown music. Long-lasting cello and bass, electronic modulation, some folk effects: these are the music features of Mohammad (or MMMD), which is somewhere halfway between the subtle, acoustic chamber music and the doom that has drooling.
For those who don't feel like going around the city during the night. For those who like to have a great dinner in a special ambient with a stunning view. Random Trip and Péterfy Bori gigs at the Main Hall, between them serious gastronomy adventures at our exhibition hall with a stunning panorama featuring a refined, exclusive and elegant dj set.