Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Starless in their eyes...


I told you this week was chock full of great gigs and here’s one I missed off my list. Starless and Bible Black produce the kind of classic, acid tinged, blissed out psych folk that's every bit as intoxicating as it's 70's predecessors. The haunting voice of Helene Gaultier (seemingly channelling the spirit of Sandy Denny) drifts in and out of the tunes like a mist on a Spring morn. And if that isn’t enough to get you down to the Hare and Hounds this Friday (March 5th) you’ve got the acoustic folk of Beneath The Oak and The Gardenelles as well, all for a fiver. Another one of the splendid Lunar Society nights (run by the good folk of Moseley Folk) it promises to be an evening of musical loveliness...

Tickets are £5 on the door, more info right here.

2 comments:

Ken Davidson said...

King Crimson!!

The Baron said...

King Crimson to you too...oh I see...yes...not sure if this lot do any Fripp numbers though. Might be an interesting experiment in there - folk prog rock jazz fusion.