Networking & Culture
On Thursday 14th September, an anti-fascist Ukrainian queer duo Tangerinecat who use electronics and hurdy-gurdy are playing at Old Hairdressers, 27 Renfield Lane. I enclose a few of their songs. Apologies in advance that the venue is not all-accessible as it is up some flights of stairs.
Schitalochka, by TANGERINECAT
from the album H.R V.I.P
I Don’t Want to be a White Master:
https://tangerinecat.bandcamp.com/track/i-dont-want-to-be-a-white-master I Don’t Want to Be a White Master | TANGERINECAT
I Don’t Want to Be a White Master by TANGERINECAT, released 15 November 2015 Yes, I’m white but I don’t want to be a white master. I was born on the outskirts of …
BLURB: Fierce yet tender vocals, provocatively honest lyrics, the huge many faceted sound of the hurdy-gurdy, bass lines, electronic dance beats, mesmerizing whistles, field recordings, loops and lush synth voices all come together in a live setting to create an image evoking, emotionally intense, utterly captivating and unforgettable audience experience that is tAngerinecAt.
Drawing from a vast range of influences, this hard to define duo have been labelled with various genres from electronic rock to psychedelic drone punk and post industrial. Formed by London based
multi-instrumentalists Eugene and Paul in 2008 in Ukraine they have released four albums to date and have performed hundreds of shows.