DOUBLEDOTBASH is one day of eclectic music curated by doubledotdash!? and South Street arts centre.
combining some of the most exciting acts in the UK underground music scene, with some from further afield and the cream of Reading's music scene. There will be 2 intimate indoor stages running simultaneously from 4pm. There will also be good times.
“Synthy/vocal/techno/experimental/rap/rainbow workout- heart-to-the-core- from my solar plexus to yours:::::”
Described by Resident Advisor as ‘wonderfully unhinged’, A’bear combines psychedelic polyrhythms with distorted bass lines and warped vocals.
Bex Burch is a composer, percussionist, producer and instrument maker. Employing percussion and hand made xylophones, she has carved out a unique sonic space for herself. Her restless creativity and desire to embrace new musical challenges across a range of percussive instruments have led to collaborations with a diverse range of artists such as Peter Zummo, Kuljit Bhamra, Sarathy Korwar, Tamar Osborn, Leafcutter John, Mariá Portugal and Evelyn Glennie. Her recorded music with Boing!, Flock and her celebrated band Vula Viel has seen her straddle the divergent worlds of minimalism, post punk, and improvisation with equal success.
a contrast of noisy experimental electronics and a live-instrument rhythm section that balances tricky time signatures with moshpit energy - referencing acts like Clipping., Death Grips, Deftones, Nine Inch Nails, Glassjaw, Tool, and Show Me The Body.
ORDER OF THE TOAD
As described by Monoral Music:
"Melodically, Order of the Toad have something of a medieval fixation, filtered through late 60s influences which end up sounding something like Jefferson Airplane - not least in vocalist Gemma "The Wharves" Fleet's powerful lung-force - mixed with British psyche heat.. think Kaleidoscope or even Syd Barrett drug-damaged whimsy. There's no other band doing this in the U.K. that we know of, a musically rich tapestry woven from strands outside current trends."